In late 1973 and early 1974, women and men were lined up for blocks. People were known to become ill watching it. Some fainted. Some ran out of the theater in tears. There were reports of people having to be institutionalized, and at least one miscarriage was attributed to viewing it.
Now, I had never seen this movie prior to watching it for the 31 days of horror, so I was quite hesitant after hearing these facts about the movie, but come on, how bad could it be after 40 years?
If you enjoy horror movies of any kind, and/or like a good drama, this film is for you. A literal Head-spinning performance makes it even more horrific, seeing a little innocent child possessed by a demon. I was also very thoroughly impressed with the Blu-Ray upscaling on this masterpiece from the past.
I’d Rate this movie:
4 out of 5 vials of Holy Water
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I have waited for this game to come for so long. As stated previously in the 31 days of horror, space themed horror is one of my favorites, especially for its isolation from salvation. If you’re a big fan of the original Alien film, then this game will deliver. From the level design, art style, lighting and retro electronics, this game screams authenticity when compared to the original film.
The actual game play is absolutely terrifying (Akin to that of Dead Space). The intense enemies nearby, the internal struggle of “fight or flight” really makes the game a blast, Though on the other hand, where it’s quiet, and no dialog or ambient noise is playing and where nothing is happening at all, is equally as unsettling. This is where Alien: Isolation pulls through. The fact that you never feel safe in any situation.
I’d have to rate this movie:5 out of 5 space ship Corridors
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