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Molly Henery

Molly Henery
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7/10 36% At The Devil's Door (2014) It created such a feeling of unease leaving me thoroughly creeped out long after the movie ended (without necessarily having any big in-your-face scares).‐ The Blogging Banshee
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9/10 83% Witching and Bitching (2014) It was exciting, suspenseful, creepy, and truly hilarious. The situations these men get themselves into over and over again keep you laughing from start to finish, without being too hokey.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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10/10 67% The Monster Squad (1987) This film really has everything you could want from a light-hearted eighties horror flick. It is witty, it has great practical effects, the storyline is very original, and it appeals to people of all ages.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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3.5/10 35% V/H/S: Viral (2014) I think aside from the shorts being more nonsensical and not even remotely scary, the thing that upset me the most was the overarching storyline of "Vicious Circles."‐ The Blogging Banshee
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7.5/10 50% Mr. Jones (2014) It's creepy, it has great acting, a unique storyline, and it is the kind of film you can discuss with people long after it's over and still find new things to talk about. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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8/10 40% Horns (2014) If the fact that the film stars Harry Potter isn't enough for you (it was enough for me), then see it because it's a good story that is not only dark and ominous but also has some hilarity mixed in. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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5/10 75% Quarantine 2: Terminal (2011) This movie had a couple scary moments, but it is nothing compared to the first film or it's Spanish predecessors.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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6.5/10 15% The Lazarus Effect (2015) While the storyline is not the most original, this film still gives a few good scares. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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6/10 67% Hostel: Part III (2011) I really was pleasantly surprised with this film. It was funny, it was gory, it had great twists, and it updated an old storyline in a genius way. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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9/10 97% It Follows (2015) Please go see this movie. It is the kind of movie that makes you think about it for days afterwards, which means they did a great job. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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5/10 73% Honeymoon (2014) This movie really could have been great. It had all the right tools at it's disposal. Unfortunately, the storyline took an odd turn that left me scratching my head.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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7/10 54% The Houses October Built (2014) In my opinion, this film did not get as much credit as it deserved. While the ending was a bit lackluster, the overall storyline was very interesting and creepy.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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6.5/10 63% Unfriended (2015) It worked as a way to teach teens to be more compassionate when it comes to cyber bullying, and it effectively demonstrated that whatever you put on the internet is there forever.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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9/10 98% The Babadook (2014) It had amazing acting, a creative storyline, and it still was able to give me the heebie jeebies. It's a horror film with a deeper meaning about how people deal with grief after the death of a loved one. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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10/10 77% The Canal (2014) It really was everything I want in a horror film; scary, beautiful, excellent acting, and a storyline that is both simple and imaginative at the same time. This is definitely the kind of film that will be on my mind for quite a while.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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8.5/10 29% Jessabelle (2014) If you're looking for a classic ghost story that also has a unique storyline, this is the movie for you. It had all the elements of a great ghost story, but it also added a little something extra with the voodoo. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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3.5/10 50% The Remaining (2014) A piece of religious propaganda lacking scares or substance.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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6/10 70% Zombeavers (2015) f you're looking for a fun movie that will make you laugh out loud, definitely watch Zombeavers.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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7.5/10 59% Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015) Insidious: Chapter 3 was very successful in the sense that it delivered the scares and kept your eyes glued to the screen.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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6.5/10 69% Late Phases (2014) While this is not my favorite werewolf movie, it was still well done. I appreciated the use of practical effects and it was a pretty unique storyline. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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5/10 43% Animal (2014) This film is predictable, stereotypical, and has some plot holes that drove me nuts. Despite these shortcomings, the acting, practical effects, and healthy amount of gore still make the film fun to watch.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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4/10 30% Dark Summer (2015) It was a unique idea and I feel like if I read it as a book, I would have enjoyed it more. Unfortunately it wasn't executed well in movie form. It was just generally boring and not even remotely scary at any point in time. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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4.5/10 16% The Gallows (2015) The problem is that all the scary scenes were shown in the trailers, there were too many unanswered questions, and they made Charlie almost a bit humorous.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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8.5/10 96% What We Do In The Shadows (2015) I would definitely suggest horror fans share with their friends or family that may be weary of horror films. It is not scary at all, it is so amusing, and it perfectly fuses comical scenarios with creatures typically associated with scary movies. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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8/10 59% Maggie (2015) It does an excellent job of telling an effective story of strong family bonds, that just happens to involve zombies.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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9/10 91% The Guest (2014) I will be keeping an eye out for more films directed by Adam Wingard. From what I have seen of his work Wingard perfectly blends horror, suspense, despicable villains (that you can't help but like), amazing music, and strong female characters. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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7.5/10 50% Dark Was The Night (2015) In general, the acting was excellent (especially Durand). I also loved that they took a creative, original story line and turned it into an exceptionally creepy film. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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4.5/10 13% Sinister 2 (2015) It had the potential to be as good as the first film, but the filmmakers made unfortunate choices that diluted the main story line and overexposed everything that was supposed to be scary.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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5/10 20% Extinction (2015) They tried to create something with a deeper story focusing on the survivors, while also updating the zombies into something more terrifying. Unfortunately, it just fell a bit flat. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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6/10 15% The Pyramid (2014) This is a film with many flaws, and any critic can spot that. Despite this, it is still a fun watch. Likely someone who has an interest in ancient history and mythology would enjoy it more than other viewers.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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7/10 36% The Green Inferno (2015) I'd say that as a whole this was a successful project by Eli Roth. There are obviously aspects of the film that did not work within the context of the story.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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6/10 67% The Boy (2015) With how slow the film is, and the fact that all the action only really occurs within the last 15 minutes of the film (and even then it isn't that action packed), I would say this film is definitely not for everyone.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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9/10 71% The Final Girls (2015) There was an interesting story, it made fun of itself, it honored the classics, can be touching at times, and I don't think I stopped laughing the entire time. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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8.5/10 72% Crimson Peak (2015) This film was dark, intense, scary, mysterious, and sexy. It has pretty much everything you could ask for in a great ghost film that actually has substance. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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6/10 15% Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (2015) Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension is an entertaining film with lots of good scares. It also had an interesting plot that brought a fitting end to the Paranormal Activity franchise.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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8.5/10 66% Krampus (2015) Krampus is a film that will be added to my list of Christmas movies I have to watch every year. It ties in old traditions with how the holidays are today.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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4.5/10 14% Nightlight (2015) I felt like it was an interesting idea, there were definitely times where I jumped, and it had a really cute dog in it named Kramer. There were just more parts that I didn't enjoy that outweigh the good.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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6.5/10 85% Goodnight Mommy (Ich seh, Ich seh) (2015) The acting was great, it had a lot of visual interest, but they gave away the twist too early. Knowing the twist at the beginning of an hour and a half long film makes it feel incredibly dull. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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4.5/10 10% The Forest (2016) The film simply failed to create a complete mythology in their plot based on the real life myths. The result felt like pieces of several different stories chopped up and thrown together in a way that lacked substance and scares.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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6.5/10 30% The Boy (2016) The Boy was much more successful than I imagined it could be. There were so many elements that worked in its favor such as the acting and an interesting plot line.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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7.5/10 95% Re-Animator (1985) Re-Animator is a cult classic for good reason. Whatever it lacks in the scares, it greatly makes up for in weirdness and humor. It's a fun story with a bizarre cast of characters.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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8/10 44% Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016) The healthy amounts of action, mystery, and humor that were infused into the story created a really fun film that could appeal to a variety of viewers.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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1.5/5 No Score Yet Lake Eerie (2016) Lake Eerie is a film with poor dialogue, lots of cringeworthy acting, and a story that just didn't make much sense. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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9.5/10 91% The Witch (2016) The Witch has amazing acting, haunting music, beautiful cinematography, and a compelling story.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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9/10 100% We Go On (2016) We Go On is a ghost story for the intellectual horror fan who wants it all; an interesting plot, great acting, multiple scares, and twists you never saw coming.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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8/10 90% 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016) 10 Cloverfield Lane is an intense ride that constantly throws you for a loop the minute you start to feel like you know what is going on.‐ The Blogging Banshee
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7.5/10 97% Nina Forever (2016) Nina Forever is a dark comedy filled with sex, blood, and sarcasm. There aren't many other things I could ask for in a horror romantic comedy. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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8.5/10 99% Under The Shadow (2016) Under the Shadow gives you a glimpse into the old and new aspects of Iranian culture, while also giving you a fright you won't soon forget. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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9/10 No Score Yet Last Girl Standing (2016) Last Girl Standing takes audiences into the unknown aspects of slasher films and uses it to thoroughly mess with their heads. ‐ The Blogging Banshee
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6.5/10 No Score Yet Night of Something Strange (2016) Night of Something Strange is a cringe-worthy gore fest that will hilariously go places you probably will wish it hadn't. The film embraces its camp, and you can tell the film makers really had a blast creating this disturbing tale.‐ The Blogging Banshee
Read More | Posted Nov 1, 2018