carnagecandyy has written 43 reviews for films during 2020.

  • Ghost Killers vs. Bloody Mary

    Ghost Killers vs. Bloody Mary


    Clearly making fun of Ghost Adventures/Hunters and similar series while making a LOT of references to other horror comedies and horror films in general. This film is a little over the top at times, but very enjoyable. Currently available on Shudder.

  • Random Acts of Violence

    Random Acts of Violence


    While this film may not have the most original concept, it still manages to feel fresh and new. Jay Baruchel is an underrated film maker, and I hope to see more horror from him. Amazing cast, and beautifully shot.

  • Salem's Lot

    Salem's Lot


    Fantastic Vampire film. 3 minutes might seem too long, but for a film based off a novel, its perfect. Gives the film enough time to develop its characters as well as the towns back story. Can't believe it's taken me this long to watch.

  • 10/31



    A horror anthologies that runs along the lines of Trick r treat or tales of Halloween. While it’s definitely a more B movie level, it was still pretty enjoyable!

  • Girls Just Wanna Have Blood

    Girls Just Wanna Have Blood

    Feels like a bad attempt to recreate the magic of Jennifer’s Body and All cheerleaders die.

  • The Babysitter: Killer Queen

    The Babysitter: Killer Queen


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Wasn’t sure how to feel about the sequel coming out in the first place, but went into it with an open mind because I loved the first one. Unfortunately was not a fan. The comedy was off and they recycled basically the same plot. Glad to see Samar return but didn’t like the redemption story they gave her.

  • Suburban Gothic

    Suburban Gothic


    MGG and Kate Dennings, my bisexual heart loves it!

  • Catcalls



    He had it coming

  • As Above, So Below

    As Above, So Below


    Fell asleep the first time years ago, tried again and while I didn’t fall asleep, still not great. Liked all the history parts though

  • The Orphanage

    The Orphanage


    A beautiful dark film

  • Uncanny Annie

    Uncanny Annie


    A fun film with that teen slasher vibe and likable characters. Really enjoyed this one.

  • Stuck in Love

    Stuck in Love


    Nat Wolff’s Character broken hearted montage to The Calendar that hung itself by Bright Eyes!