In the horror podcast I contribute to each week, my co-host and I close out each episode with a horror movie moment where a character made a horrible decision that makes you yell, “WHY???” Out of 20 episodes worth, here are our top 5 so far of the dumbest decisions made in horror.
Of course there are more moments out there and we will continue to make fun of all the dumb people in horror movies each week. Be sure to subscribe to our youtube channel and other social media platforms. Thanks for watching and give our show a listen. You just might enjoy it.
Sister Act was always a joy to watch as a child. I just loved the singing, the comedy, Whoopi Goldberg, all of it was just great. 25 yrs later, Whoopi brought the nuns from the choir to pay tribute to the movie on her talk show The View. Below, provided by ew.com, is their performance of the last song of the first movie, “I Will Follow Him”. Check it out.
It was so nice to see the sisters back together again. I am still waiting for a 3rd one. Goldberg a.k.a Sister Mary Clarence, shared interest in putting the habit back on one more time for another sequel. I hope they get on that before she changes her mind.
More interview with the cast on their favorite moments from the film you can also view here.
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Like most of America, everyone is going to the movies to watch the highly anticipated movie IT over the weekend. The movie is excellent by the way but that is not the point of this rant. The purpose is to address a topic that everyone notices when they go to the movies. No, I’m not talking about the 30 mins of trailers before the actual feature. I am talk about the growing rude and obnoxious behavior that occurs at the theatre when the movie is playing.
As I was swiping through twitter, I came across a twitter rant from @sebbyskywalker. He saw IT over the weekend and praised how amazing it was but there was a problem saying, “Good News: #ItMovie is amazing! Scary, chilling, best horror movie of the year. (Clown emoji) Bad News: the crowd I saw it with was the Worst!!!!!! (angry face emoji)”. Reading that reminded me of the annoying few people behind me who were talking almost through the entire movie when I went to go see the latest horror film. They had no objections talking in normal tone loud enough for at least 2 rows behind and forward to hear them. No shame in their game. Not only that, they would kick the back of the seat my friend next to me was sitting in.
Wonder what your kids are doing when they go out to hang out and play with their friends? If you are in Derry, Maine, they are out saving the town from an evil clown out to devour kids. Young kids take center stage in the big fight between good and evil all before bedtime as they face their fears as well as the struggles of growing up in a small town where you’re looking to not only stay alive but feel like you belong.
Relive your childhood fears and for those who read the book and/or watched the TV Miniseries, the memory of The Loser’s Club, seven kids who are the outcast at school who form a bond and friendship that can overpower anything, including a creepy spirit named Pennywise, the dancing clown, played by Bill Skarsgard. As a big fan of the miniseries, there was always a thought in my mind that would wonder, “what would this movie be like if it were rated R?” Sept. 7th 2017 my curiosity was played out on the big screen for me and I couldn’t be happier.
If I had a dime for every Netflix original series and movie that pops up every month I would be a wealthy human being. The amount of original content on the streaming service just keeps growing and doesn’t plan to stop. While most of them are under the radar there are some that stand out featuring a unique story or involve actors and actresses that we are familiar with. While not all of them are gems, some of them turn out to be really good. What Happened To Monday is one of those gems.
Noomi Rapace stars as a woman who is a part of identical septuplets. The Settman siblings are in hiding from the rest of the world as they were born into a futuristic reality where a law has been passed to control the human population. One sibling per family is that law and any other siblings born will be cryogenically frozen and awaken when the population is under control.
This is one of those titles that just snuck up on America. Not much advertising, no official trailers in theatres, just word of mouth and a bit of research online. Most horror fans who follow upcoming movie news knows about this and that is how I found out about this film. Not knowing much about it all I could tell from the trailer is that it’s sort of a home invasion movie with mask killers, a cabin, a family, and a battle to the death.
Jackals is the first of many horror movies coming out in Sept. This is not a sequel to the Bruce Willis movie The Jackal. This homage to the 80’s is a creepy and somewhat sad story of a family led by parents Kathy and Andrew Powell, played by Deborah Kara Unger and Johnathon Schaech respectively who hires a man, Jimmy, a professional who helps rehabilitate people who have lost their way through unethical methods. Against his will, Justin, their son is taken to their family cabin to undergo an intervention to leave the cult but shortly after his cult family are there to bring him back and kill anyone that gets in their way leaving the family to defend themselves by any means necessary.
Now when I say, “original ideas” I mean a movie that isn’t a sequel, remake, reboot, or adaptation. Logan Lucky is a heist movie and a funny one at that. Even though the movie is directed by Steven Soderbergh (Ocean Eleven Trilogy) who is no stranger to making heist movies provided a fresh take on the type of movie which is also different from what he is use to from his previous heist films. I also love the fact that the tagline of this film speaks more on the history of his filmmaking vs. the movie itself which reads, “See how the other half steals”.
That is exactly what you are going to get. The film involves two brothers Jimmy and Clyde Logan who are both “ride or die” for one another who decides that they want to pull a job during a NASCAR race in North Carolina. Instead of the highly skilled members of Ocean’s team we are used to seeing from Soderbergh, we see the two brothers along with a mismatch crew making this journey not something to miss.