Halloween Horrorama III: Season of the Witch (2006)
This year, when asked “trick or treat,” just look down at your bracelet that reads “WWAAD?”
Indeed, what would Admiral Ackbar do…?
“IT’S A TRICK!”
Wow, this movie is a TRIP and a freaking HALF. I’m taking it again!
About a week or so ago, I sat down to watch anything on AMC that sounded remotely horror-y to review. Brains dying sounded awfully scary, so I went with that. Oh boy. Oh boy oh boy. Well….it’s not horrifying, not technically, but I can guarantee you that it embarks you on a journey through insanity and circumlocution itself. Surprisingly, Blind Guardian’s not on the soundtrack.
The quirkiest, yet most lifeless movie you’re likely to find about people living under stairs. Ever!
A South American vampire tale that doesn’t involve a Chupacabra? Can it possibly be any good? Surprisingly, yes. Goths, don your capes.
Apparently based on a true story I picked this up at the video store based on the idea of maybe finally seeing a new cool vampire flick….
Is your world ready….to EXPLODE? This unbelievably great movie will shock and awe you…into TOTAL orgasm!
That’s as accurate a description of the review as the DVD case for this movie gives me. (Hint: it’s also a baldfaced lie)
I’m only one third through, but considering it’s that time of year this game needed to finally be reviewed. Made by Headfirst Productions it has a sortid development history, after 6 years of work it was almost canned until being picked up by Bethesda Softworks. I was surprised when it was released (the release came out of nowhere) and nabbed it as soon as I could. Unfortunately I didn’t have much time when I got it to play, but now that my plate is empty I’ve picked it up again and begun to dig in, and I’m glad I did…
Pagan burning people festivals, featuring Christopher Lee? I’m in!
A SciFi Original! Did you notice that? Because SciFi wanted you to! I don’t know why that is.
To get a more accurate idea of this movie, ignore the halfway cool cybervampire on the box, throw in some Coolio for laughs, and–most importantly–make sure there’s a hallway the cast can run up and down something like a hundred times. Nothing says terror like hallways!
Let me get this straight: it’s a black and white movie, it’s in the made-up language of Esperanto, and it stars William Shatner? And it’s . . . good?