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  • From a House on Willow Street

    From a House on Willow Street


    Such great poster art, a not-bad premise. The same supernatural scares over and over (and over!), and (as it turns out) a rather thin plot.

    Bonus: pretty good SFX for a lower budget film, and a credible job creating characters that were relatable.

  • The Devil's Candy

    The Devil's Candy


    What an interesting, if a bit forced, indie horror flick. The film features a very slow-burn on creepiness, a simple premise, a great soundtrack, and a surprisingly realistic and lovely depiction of a family (two adults and a teen). Unfortunately the premise also revolves around a series of child murders/disappearances in a rural area, which apparently go entirely un-investigated save for one or two lackadaisical cops. A large oversight in what otherwise would have been a tightly-packaged creepy film.

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  • It! The Terror from Beyond Space

    It! The Terror from Beyond Space


    I am going to be completely honest here and say I adore old black and white drive-in science fiction and horror. As long as the picture quality is good, I'll probably enjoy the hell out of it.

    Look - I never promised you a fair and balanced, scientifically-curated ethos here at BmovieBFFs!

    It! Terror from Beyond Space is a space adventure with a simple plot, featuring one of the iconic monsters of Paul Blaisdell - although probably not his best…

  • The Fly

    The Fly


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    It's a shame most people know this story, know the punchline as it were - and have probably even seen images of some of the film's pivotal moments. But tonight I had the pleasure of sharing this gem with my children who really didn't know the story. They were riveted - and so was I.

    Beautiful colors, stylish presentation. A simple story with Twilight Zone overtones. The scientist who meets his demise is a nice enough guy - but scientific…