I have to admit I'm not a huge fan of modern horror, I tend to go for 1970s and earlier but I was looking forward to watching Smile. I don't agree with reviews criticising it for being similar to It Follows or even Ringu (or, unironically, the American remake movie), even though there are similarities, really they all of them owe a lot to M.R. James' Casting the Runes, a truly fantastic piece of literature, an absolute favourite of mine.…
Mister Moon 1901
Those little legs amused me no end.
The Nail Gun Massacre 1985
Sometimes a film doesn't have to be good to be good.
What Nail Gun Massacre lacks in finesse and plausibility it makes up for in out of tune country rock and occasional electro, denim wardrobes, huge belt buckles, an under qualified, lackadaisical doctor, a disaffected cop, and plumped up areolas.
It doesn't bother with a gradual lead in to the plot, more wham, bam straight in to the revenge. Which seems incredibly random even though you know from the get…
Watership Down 1978
I find this film so distressing, traumatic yet I've watched it several times and each time I'm left feeling empty, possibly due to the nonstop crying. I'm surprised I haven't vomited with heartache. It is truly an amazing film.