ok basically i like hardcore screamo shit like
Job for a Cowboy
Bring Me the Horizon
The Devil Wears Prada
Kathleen Turner Overdrive
Straight Reads the Line
i like to climb shit and jump off of it later
I don`t know why but I really like British horror movies and after watching a few Pete Walker movies, he`s become one of my favorite horror directors. This movie was surprising for me and I didn`t realize how good it would be. The whole movie reminds me a bit of George Romero`s Martin just in the way it was filmed.
The plot follows Edmund and Dorothy Yates who were put in a mental institution for cannibalism in the early 1950`s. Twenty years later they have been released and are living in a farm house. Edmund`s first daughter Jackie is the guardian of their second daughter Deborah. But Deborah begins acting strangely and people start dying.
The whole movie is a great watch. I really enjoyed it especially because I love horror movies from the seventies. This movie is no Dawn of the Dead or Suspiria or even Blood Feast. In fact, it is better then Blood Feast but is a different kind of horror. There are some unique scenes and even though the film is hard to follow at times it still comes out quite well.
There isn`t really any gore in the movie. Just the aftermath of a murder, blood spatter hitting a woman`s face, and the only kill scene in the movie: a pitchfork stabbing a man`s face. This movie doesn`t need any gore to make it good, in fact even though there are cannibals in the movie, there are no cannibalism scenes what so ever. The movie is just atmospheric and suspenseful.
The acting is amaxingly well done. Rupert Davies and Sheila Keith do amazing jobs as the Yates couple who are secretly insane. Daborah Fairfax also does a good job. The acting is what makes the movie what it is. The whole time you are wondering what will happen and what will they do.
The ending is very unexpected and is a great twist. I love horror movies that don't have happy endings like Martin, The Omen, and The Wickerm Man. This is definatley one of my favourite horror movies.
I finally found a copy of Freaks. I'd been looking for it for close to a year. It was hyped up by a friend of mine so when i saw it for purchase, I picked it up right away. I consider Tod Browning an amazing director (from what I have seen of course). He directed the original Dracula, which is one of my favourite movies, as well as Freaks.
Freaks tells the story of Hans, a carnival owner. Hans and his wife Frieda are both little people and they showcase many freaks in their circus, hence the title of the film. Cleopatra, the