Archive for October, 2009

Beer and bitches and blood, oh my! (Sorority Row review)

Posted in Reviews with tags , , , , , on October 28, 2009 by Julianne

I am unashamed to say that I was anxiously anticipating the release of this movie for about 3 months.  I was introduced to the trailer on Apple and could not stop laughing.  It looked perfect: stupid, overly gorey, lots of screams, stupid girls – everything you could possibly want from a terrible slasher movie (and trust me, I love terrible slasher movies). Continue reading


Invasion of the Booby Snatchers (Jennifer’s Body review)

Posted in Reviews with tags , , , , on October 28, 2009 by Julianne

I will admit that when I first saw the preview for Jennifer’s Body, I thought it looked awful.  Not awful in that good way but awful in a “if I ever somehow become delusional enough to spend 10 bucks to see this crap, shoot me in the face” way.  I mean, I saw it in an audience for Sorority Row and the audience was laughing at it not with it; that’s low.  Luckily, I managed to get into a free screening of it.  Now, being delusional enough to waste a Saturday night in seeing an awful horror movie is kind of my MO.  A Saturday wasted by horror, even horrible terribly no good very bad horror, is ok by me. Continue reading

Things you should probably tell someone before they move in with you… (Paranormal Activity review)

Posted in Reviews with tags , , , on October 27, 2009 by Julianne

1) I have cats/dogs/parrots/iguanas/etc

2) I am allergic to cats/dogs/parrots/iguanas/etc

3) I’m a vegan

4) I have a psycho ex

5) I have a psycho demon who haunts me and is super jealous of my boyfriends Continue reading


Posted in Upcoming Films with tags , , , , , on October 16, 2009 by Julianne

When will Hollywood ever learn?  When it comes to remaking movies, especially classic or iconic horror films, you just shouldn’t do it.  You can’t outdo something that made a subgenre what it is or defined the scares for a generation.  It’s just not going to work.  The reasons why are endless: Continue reading