Horror films

Looks like we're getting the remaining Halloween movies in 4K in a set...

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TEEEE-NA!!

WAIT… eight discs?? How?
 
The Deep House was pretty claustrophobic and the haunted house underwater was an interesting change, but I just don’t think I find found footage movies entertaining anymore. The method just limits everything so much that once you’ve seen a handful of them you’ve seen them all.
 
Watched Jamie Blanks's Storm Warning. A bit to nasty for my basic ass who prefers the slickness of his Urban Legend and Valentine yet overall was a good watch with some great gore.
 
She/Her/Queen
The Deep House was pretty claustrophobic and the haunted house underwater was an interesting change, but I just don’t think I find found footage movies entertaining anymore. The method just limits everything so much that once you’ve seen a handful of them you’ve seen them all.
Yeah it was gripping at first then ventured into very MEHH territory. I can't believe it got praises.
 
Prey was really good! Much better than I had anticipated. I've seen people complain about the CGI, but I thought it only stood out in a negative way at one point. It's not overloaded with CGI anyway, and there are some practical effects as well. Being set in the 1700s and having a Native American character in the lead was really refreshing and worked to the movie's advantage. All complains about the character being a woman are invalid... Honestly, she could hold her own!

It's not flawless. I found the dialogue to be a bit clunky at times (not many though). And I also have questions about a very important plot-point and how that actually would work.

Not as good as the first Predator, maybe on par with the second (or slightly better/worse), but definitely better than the others. I'd watch it again!
 
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