April Fools 2015: Cara’s Fab Five Twist Endings

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I would be lying if I said this didn’t make me giggle.

Gawd is it already almost May? I’m kind of in shock that this month has gone by so quickly–and that this series has gone by so quickly! I have many lovely people to thank for taking part in this year’s edition of April Fools, but before I get to that, I’m gonna take a crack at it! Continue reading

Film Club: Pan’s Labyrinth

Kieron did me the great honor of allowing me to pick this month’s film for Film Club. After much deliberation, I decided on quite possibly my very favorite foreign film: Pan’s Labyrinth. Go and see what the gang thought about it!

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Despite a few delays, Film Club has returned for April with a film that has perhaps tested a few members in regards to watching something outside of their comfort zone. Pan’s Labyrinth is the Spanish language fairytale from director Guillermo del Toro, and is one of the more unique films that Film Club has had the pleasure of reviewing.

This months film was chosen by Cara from Silver Screen Serenade. As always, Cara’s reason for choosing this months film are listed below, followed by each members thoughts. Enjoy.

When Kieron asked me about picking a film for this month’s Film Club, I was at first a little overwhelmed. I had my choice of all of the movies. ALL OF THEM. Like, woah. But I thought things over, and I narrowed it down to films that really had an impact on me, then films that I haven’t had a chance to…

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Cara’s Top 10 Horror Movie Heroines

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Sorry for the lack of post yesterday, my friends. Life is a tiny bit crazy right now. But I’m back with a vengeance today to talk about one of my favorite elements of scary movies: the horror heroine. Now when I say “horror heroine,” I’m not talking about the half-naked slutty chicks that get slaughtered in the first third of so many awful gorefests or the clumsy, brain-dead innocents who walk home by themselves at night and trip a million times when the killer begins to chase them. Continue reading

Spook Series 2013: A Master List

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See that picture above? THAT’S HOW MANY MOVIES I WATCHED LAST MONTH.

…No. That’s a lie. But I did watch a lot of freaking horror movies for Spook Series–79 of them, if I did my math correctly. But I was looking at my lists a while back and I thought it would be cool to do something I intended to do yesterday, but didn’t: create a master list. Like, I have all these different movies, but when it gets down to it, what are the ones you really need to watch? Continue reading