Usually around the end of a year I take some time to go through my favorite albums of the year and I still might do that, but I also felt like looking back at my favorite horror experiences of 2015. Thanks to Netflix, the library and a gaggle of fun freelance assignments around Halloween I got to see a good mix of old and new films this year that I wanted to look back on one more time before moving on to the new year. Continue reading Halloween Scene: 2015 Horror Recap
After I successfully stuck to my very first themed week with posts all revolving around the year 1988 I promptly failed in my attempt to write about another theme: vampires. A few posts in the wheels fell off the bus because of the whole work-and-parenting thing, but I actually started working on another year for reasons I can’t quite remember.
With 1971 selected, I started looking around for potential horror movies I hadn’t written about and Let’s Scare Jessica To Death jumped right out. How could it not with a title like that? Plus, I know I’ve heard people talk about it, but had absolutely no idea what it was about. And neither should you, frankly. If you haven’t seen it, don’t watch the trailer, don’t look at the poster and definitely don’t hit the jump for more info. Go watch it. Seriously, right now. It’s a great, off-beat indie psychological thriller that has stuck with me for weeks. Continue reading Halloween Scenes: Let’s Scare Jessica To Death (1971)