Wanted to promote another great episode from my horror podcast. Any of your horror fans out there should give us a listen and hear our thoughts regarding the entire franchise of Wes Craven’s creation Freddy Krueger. We cover all the movies from A Nightmare on Elm Street – Freddy Vs. Jason.
Comment below your favorite movie from the franchise and about our episode. We would like to hear from you and your thoughts on our show. We are also on iTunes and YouTube.
David F. Sandberg, the one responsible for the movie Lights Out, directs the sequel/prequel to the hit movie Annabelle with Annabelle: Creation. Sandberg did a wonderful job with Lights Out with very unique tactics and scares differ from the typical jump scares you see in most movies. To be able to scare veteran horror movie watchers is a skill and with this latest film, this is proof that Sandberg has what it takes.
Annabelle: Creation is a successful follow-up with a direct plot, superb cast, and affective scares. Which means that whether you get easily scared in horror movies or not, you will still be entertaining immensely throughout the picture. Especially to those who are familiar with the character from the previous appearance in the franchise.
That’s right. Bitch I Ain’t Scared: A Horror Podcast is honoring Wes Craven for the month of August talking about his work in film and media created from the inspiration and characters created from the genius of horror. Kicking off our Wes Craven month we decided to pick one movie to join our own list of best horror movies of all time and a movie that was probably his worst film.
A lot more fun is to be had during this month and its all Craven all the time. We miss him and wish he were still around. He is one of my favorite directors and if you enjoyed his work like I do, take a listen and join in on the conversation. Below is the first of 5 episodes devoted to the man himself.
Comment what you think of the episode. Any suggestions, topics, you want to see on the show, comment below and hope you join in and give us a listen. You can find us also on soundcloud and iTunes.
Enjoy horror fans.
Wish Upon is one of those horror movies that comes out and keeps you busy until a highly anticipated horror movie comes out, like Stephen King’s It. Not that these two movies are from the same production company but that is how I feel about movies like these. Wish Upon is a movie involving a story that has been told very often but just in a different way for a different audience. When movies like The Conjuring and Get Out are released to the world, the last think you want to see is some teenager having a hard time at school making messed up wishes that if granted takes someone’s life in return.
7500 or Flight 7500 is just going to be another number besides Flight 180 to avoid when I take a flight to somewhere after watching this film. If I didn’t have a fear of flying already I have more of one now. I saw trailers to this film a long time ago and waited patiently for a release on the big or small screen but never got it. Even though movie was gone with no official release it was never forgotten. I always kept my eyes open for when it would be released for me to watch it. I decided to finally look on Amazon and there it was.
Why was I so eager to see this movie so much? Well, one reason could be the old saying, “You always want what you can’t have”. It could also be the fact that this movie was advertised around the time HBO’s True Blood was on and the popularity of Ryan Kwanten had skyrocketed with his good looks and charisma. Mainly, my reason is that I have special place in my movie heart for horror movies and seeing as I got a ghostly vibe from the trailer, those tend to get to me more than other types in the genre.
Here is a trailer to remind you what I was looking forward to.
47 Meters Down is the latest of shark movies hitting the theatres leading up to the upcoming shark week in July. The anticipated Jason Statham shark movie Meg sounds like an interesting movie to look forward to but until then there are the Sharknado movies on SYFY, The Shallows (2016), and now 47 Meters Down starring Mandy Moore (This is Us) and Clair Holt (CW’s The Originals) who I am a fan of both in their acting careers but sadly their characters weren’t given a good backstory or much to care about. Since they were basically the only two people on screen for the majority of the film, that is a big problem.
Let’s see if you can get through this more detailed synopsis without cringing maybe just maybe this movie could be somewhat entertaining for you.
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.