• Identity



    That was obnoxious and beyond ridiculous, but at least there was some entertainment in it. The twist or whatever was such a reach it was almost funny. The setting and the weather were a vibe, but the rest? Not so much.

  • Coherence



    What a wild ride. Unsettling, wacky and fun in a twisted way. I loved that one track near the end, it was just wonderful and fit the scene very well. I'm still a bit confused, but it was a good watch.

  • The Orphanage

    The Orphanage


    Pretty good. It had its creepy moments, but it was also emotional. Some things regarding the plot surprised me in a positive way. The atmosphere was haunting and sad, I loved the house and the gothic vibes. I also enjoyed the characters, they were very believable. The ending was satisfying, which I think is rare for this type of movies.

  • Freaky



    It was an extremely fun ride. Good cast of characters. The kills were amazing, I was surprised by how crazy they were. It was maybe a little predictable, but I didn't mind that much. One thing at the very end was way too unbelievable, though. Still, I suspected that this movie could be something that I would enjoy and I wasn't wrong about that.

  • Creep



    Not very good, which is a bummer considering that the premise had some potential. The jumpscares were obnoxious, the main character was so wack, the ending was wasteful and senseless. There was a lot of walking and sneaking that was so boring and meaningless, it served only as lame build-ups to the previously mentioned horrible jumpscares. It had maybe two or three decent moments and that was it.

  • The Call

    The Call


    I feel very conflicted about this. It was engaging, but also a bit messy at times. It tried to be emotional, but some things just looked corny and it seemed like they were written in such an underwhelming way. The main character wasn't my favorite, she felt so lackluster. The concept was pretty cool, though. Not a bad time all around, but it could have been better.

  • Black Swan

    Black Swan


    So sinister. Every character was so unnerving, some of the scenes played out like pure nightmares. Natalie Portman gave a perfect performance.

  • Spree



    Ridiculously fun. Horror movies relating to social media can be very unbelievable and silly, but this one was done really well. It was a great mix of creepy, funny and entertaining.

  • Shiva Baby

    Shiva Baby


    It was like a nightmare in the best possible way. I couldn't tear my eyes away. The characters were insufferable sometimes, but I was fascinated by them. The length felt appropriate, too, no unnecessary filler, every scene was important. The feverish atmosphere made me think of horror movies. Just brilliantly done.

  • Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    Godzilla: King of the Monsters


    Pretty good, but it had some flaws. I always want more monster action and less people talking and trying to figure out what to do. The plot was a bit slow at times. However, the characters in this were pretty decent, so it wasn't too glaring in the end. Godzilla and the others looked so badass. I loved the visual side of it, too, the blue hues were just epic. The ending seemed a bit rushed and not everything was resolved, but I can deal with that. I just love those monsters too much.

  • The Blob

    The Blob


    Really awesome. Wish I had seen this sooner. Fun characters, lots of enjoyable action and a creepy blob. Definitely material for a rewatch.

  • Slaxx



    I liked it a lot at first, then it kind of went downhill. Some scenes were surprisingly nasty, which was nice. The plot was rather fun, too. The concept was great, I also loved the setting, and the characters were entertaining. However, as I said, it started getting a little weird at the end. I understand the message and the idea, but I felt like it could have been handled in a better way. The finale was a big let down, unfortunately. I had a good time with it, though, it was a crazy ride.