I remember when the trailer to It Comes At Night was released and I was so intrigued with how well the trailer was done. The trailer gave nothing away as far as plot, fewer words spoken, shots of images to make your heart pump with excitement and fear but mostly a curiosity. Just as a reminder, get yourself in the mood of this spoiler free review by watching the trailer below.
I chose to show this trailer because it was the only one I chose to watch. I was sold. I didn’t want to know anymore about it. I had so many theories and ideas on what I was going to see. I just wanted to know what the hell was up with that damn red door. I decided to just go in and just watch in the moment. There are more revealing trailers out there but I chose not to watch them. If you want to experience the movie in the same way, I would watch before receiving other people’s opinions. If not, let’s keep going.
For the latest episode we decided to devote the whole episode to the movie Get Out which is a phenomenon right now and could potential be the best horror movie of 2017 if not years.
Get Out was more than just a horror movie. It was a movie that made self aware of the micro racism that exist in our world today and decided to shed light on what African Americans go through or any people of color for that matter.
The movie also had the ability to make us laugh as well as scare us throughout the whole movie. The script is well written and as a horror movie drives people to have conversations about a topic that makes most people very uncomfortable. You can read more about my initial reaction with my review of Get Out.
Along with my buddy and co-host of our podcast “Bitch, I Ain’t Scared” have a listen to our thoughts on the film and to talk more deeply about the reactions, the emotions, and thoughts of the film and how brilliant this movie is.
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I can’t believe that its been 5 yrs since the last movie from the alien series. That abomination of a movie Prometheus was released back in 2012 and Michael Fassbender hasn’t aged a bit. I guess you can say the writers and Director Ridley Scott wanted to take their time to make the next installment done right. After watching Covenant, they would have achieved that goal had they gone off course just a little bit. Unfortunately, they decide to give the same ol’ same ol’ with updated special effects and more blood. I guess the saying goes; “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it”. If only they knew that it’s broken.
Listen to Episode 3 as we drink a glass of haterade and give shade on the horror TV shows we just hated or disappointed on how bad they were. Shows that were an EPIC FAIL.
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Tune in to listen to our bonus surprise episode of Bitch I Ain’t Scared: A Horror Podcast.
In this episode we share our thoughts on the Mothers who are just too crazy you would be scared to talk back to. Also we cover the Mothers and Mother figures who saved the day against all types of threat to keep their youngins safe from harm.
Of course in addition to our Mothers in horror and Sci-Fi we talk about some of those problem kids who were just too much to handle.
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Sang-ho Yeon brings us an exhilarating and probably one of the most high energy and entertaining zombie movies. Without watching the trailer for this movie I decided to watch this film knowing little to nothing about it except for the plot of a father who is traveling with his daughter to Busan by train which at the same time a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, they must stay alive among the ones infected on the train.
I would advise not watching the trailer when you watch this because you will be surprised with how different these zombies are that I believe will enhance your viewing with the element of surprise. In case you are curious here is the trailer:
Among all the movie genres I review on my blog; my absolute favorite of them all are horror movies. I enjoy a good scary thriller or suspense every once in a while and definitely enjoy talking about them.
Along with a friend of mine, we decided to start a podcast to talk about all of our favorite movies in the genre and look back at all the movies from the past that created such a love for horror. No topics left out, we will be covering movies, TV, video games, books, comics, all types of horror movies.
So if you are a fan of the horror genre, give us a listen, like, subscribe, follow us and join on our talk on the best movie genre out there: Horror!
Let me know what you think of the show. Thank you for listening moviegeeks.