How Stupid? – #04 – Haunt (2019)

Haunt opens to Harper (Katie Stevens) covering a bruise on her eye that we later find out is from her boyfriend, Sam (Samuel Hunt). She’s ignoring his messages, which are getting more violent, before Bailey (Lauryn Alisa McClain) walks in and tells her to finish him. Harper says no and they both brush off, alongContinue reading “How Stupid? – #04 – Haunt (2019)”

How Stupid? – #03 – Ouija (2014)

Don’t play with Ouija boards. If horror films have taught us anything, it’s don’t play with Ouija boards. Debbie (Shelley Hennig), however, decides to play with a Ouija board. Adding fuel to that fire of stupidity, she plays alone. #Stupid. Her friend, Laine (Olivia Cooke), turns up, barely notices the steep change in Debbie’s behaviourContinue reading “How Stupid? – #03 – Ouija (2014)”

The Flowers of West Drive, Psychological Horror Novel

Available on Kindle Unlimited! #KU #OneDollar #SupportIndieAuthors Hello, everyone, I hope you’re all keeping well while the world burns! I’ve been classified as a ‘key worker’ so, for me, it’s business as usual! However, that did not stop me releasing my psychological horror novel, The Flowers of West Drive in April. All Lily wants isContinue reading “The Flowers of West Drive, Psychological Horror Novel”

How Stupid? – #02 – Deadcon (2019)

Directed by Caryn Waechter and written by Scotty Landes, Deadcon is a teenage horror film focused around internet personalities attending a conference called Viewcon (like Comicon), only to stay in a haunted hotel room. The opening scene shows John (Aaron Hendry) on a phone call with the money behind his app, LinkRabB1t – a virtualContinue reading “How Stupid? – #02 – Deadcon (2019)”

How Stupid? – #01 – Dark Light (2019)

Dark Light opens with Annie (Jessica Madsen) parading around the house with a shotgun, before accidentally shooting her ex-boyfriend, Paul (Ed Brody). The scene ends with her aiming it towards her daughter, Emily (Opal Littleton), and firing. Then, because non-linear storytelling is a thing, we cut back to the beginning, showing Annie and Emily movingContinue reading “How Stupid? – #01 – Dark Light (2019)”

Classic Film Review: Alien 3 (1992)

‘It takes it back to the more horror genre that the first film used, and seeing the xenomorph creeping around, killing people in the shadows was pretty cool’ Alien 3, 1992 Directed by: David Fincher Written by: David Giler, Walter Hill, Larry Ferguson Starring: Sigourney Weaver, Charles S. Dutton, Charles Dance, Lance Henriksen   RememberContinue reading “Classic Film Review: Alien 3 (1992)”

Classic Film Review: Aliens (1986)

‘It always amazes me when I see a film that’s older than I am look as good as this film does’ Aliens, 1986 Directed by: James Cameron Written by: James Cameron Starring: Sigourney Weaver, Michael Biehn, Lance Henriksen   This is one of those rare occasions where the sequel takes what the original created, andContinue reading “Classic Film Review: Aliens (1986)”

Film Review: Bird Box (2018)

‘[It] has an extremely interesting premise […] however I feel that it didn’t quite live up to the hype’   Bird Box, 2018 Directed by: Susanne Bier Written by: Eric Heisserer Starring: Sandra Bullock, Trevante Rhodes, John Malkovich, Danielle Macdonald, Lil Rey Howery, Jacki Weaver, Rosa Salazar, Colson Baker, BD Wong, Tom Hollander, Sarah PoulsonContinue reading “Film Review: Bird Box (2018)”

Film Review: Slender Man (2018)

‘Initially I was going to miss out on this film […] and it’s safe to say I wish I had’ Slender Man, 2018 Directed by: Sylvain White Starring: Joey King, Julia Goldani Telles, Jaz Sinclair, Annalise Basso, Javier Botet   When four friends, Wren (Joey King), Hallie (Julia Goldani Telles), Chloe (Jaz Sinclair) and KatieContinue reading “Film Review: Slender Man (2018)”

Film Review: Annihilation (2018)

‘A beautiful and mind-boggling analogy for personal self-destruction’ Annihilation, 2018 Directed by: Alex Garland Starring: Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez, Tessa Thompson, Tuva Novotny, Oscar Isaac   A beautiful and mind-boggling analogy for personal self-destruction through a gene-altering world known as Area X, an area covered by a colourful cloud expanding from theContinue reading “Film Review: Annihilation (2018)”