Dark Water   8/10/15
by Sir Toose
in both of those cases I thought the Japanese renditions were the better of the films, but in the case of Dark Water I would have to go with Walter Salles' American release.

Ghost Story   1/07/15
by Sir Toose
Personally, I've always been a fan of the winter ghost tale (a la Dickens) and particularly a fan of ghost tales around the yule log.

Amityville II: The Possession   1/06/15
by Sir Toose
I found out later that the story was comprised of bits and pieces of 'The Amityville Horror', the film, the book, the phenomena.

The City of the Dead   5/05/14
by Sir Toose
Horror Hotel was one of the earlier films that attempted to twist the Salem Witch Trials into something altogether different than reported history...

Dementia 13   3/26/14
by Sir Toose
The film starts out as a mystery and quickly evolves into a damn good horror flick complete with an axe murdering psycho.

Black Sabbath   3/25/14
by Sir Toose
Rob Zombie (a Black Sabbath fan) followed suit and used another classic horror film name (White Zombie) for his band name.

Let's Scare Jessica to Death   3/25/14
by Sir Toose
Throughout the film, the watcher is never really sure which of these attributes is in play but it doesn't matter as it makes the film no less effective.

The Other   3/25/14
by Sir Toose
This is one of the first films I remember seeing with an absolutely chilling OMFG plot twist.

Feast of Death   10/28/10
by Sir Toose
The experience of this, coupled with a story in Jack Webb's book The Badge (Dragnet) about the Black Dahlia murder sent him on a life long quest to make peace with his past, at first using the Dahlia as a stand in for his mother's case and then eventually dealing with his mother's death directly.

The Strangers   11/18/08
by Sir Toose
It was all pretty good in the way that horror films can be good, it was just non-cohesive for a while and it killed the momentum for me.

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