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  • The Mutations

    The Mutations

    ★★★

    "A mad scientist (Donald Pleasence) tries to bridge the gap between human and plant life. He experiments on his students, with truly gruesome results."

    That's the quick plot synopsis there for you, and yeah...that about sums it up lol. Donald Pleasence creates plants with human qualities, and humans with plant qualities. He then takes his abominations and showcases them in the local freakshow, haha. A freakshow quipped with what I believe to be real life "freaks" AKA people with real…

  • Eat Brains Love

    Eat Brains Love

    ★★★

    From the director of films such as The Unborn, Leprechaun 2, and Idle Hands, comes Eat Brains Love. A comedy/horror that focuses on a zombie outbreak by way of sexual intercourse. Once you have the virus, there's ways to curb your cravings of human flesh. So you're not flesh eating ALL the time. The infected are actually rather normal for the most part.

    Our two main characters (Jake and Amanda) that have the virus, are on the run after slaughtering…

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  • The Shining

    The Shining

    ★★★★★

    Stanley Kubrick's horror masterpiece, The Shining. Stephen King may hate this movie, but I love it. There is so much to unpack here, if you wanted to. So much to chew on. It's absolutely wonderful in that way. We can start by noting that Jack Nicholson owns his role 200% in this. And I'll go a little further by saying that the film relies on him a lot, actually. Without him, I don't think the film would work as great…

  • Gretel & Hansel

    Gretel & Hansel

    ★★★★

    I kind of fell in love with this movie, if I'm being completely honest with you. Which I always am, haha. But for anyone saying PG-13 horror is never good, shove this down their throats. Or show them Insidious, which people seem to forget about being PG-13. Both would suffice. This version of Hansel and Gretel aptly titled, "Gretel & Hansel" is easily the darkest I've ever seen. The casting is spot on. Sophia Lillis as Gretel, Sammy Leakev as Hansel,…