Starring: Wendi McLendon-Covey, Madison Iseman, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Caleel Harris, Ken Jeong, Jack Black Director: Ari Sandel Just in time for Halloween, the film adaptation based on RL Stine's classic book series Goosebumps returns for a sequel. Set at Halloween, the film follows two best friends who uncover a strange ventriloquists dummy hidden in an… Continue reading Goosebumps 2 (2018)
At the start of October, I change my black cats purple collar to an orange one with jack-o-lanterns on it, switch to pumpkin spice flavoured coffee, and start watching Halloween films. And Hocus Pocus is always on the watchlist.
A kind-of horror film for kids from the wonderful people at Disney, Hocus Pocus was a bit of a flop in cinemas, and yet somehow became a perennial favourite on video and TV. Now, it’s a Halloween cult classic, and it’s also 25 years old this year.
In case you haven’t seen it, Hocus Pocus is the story of two teenagers and one little girl who accidentally bring back three witch sisters from the dead on Halloween Night in Salem. With the help of an immortal talking cat, they must race against time to stop the Sanderson sisters before they devour the children of the town. But that’s just the bones…
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Starring: Anna Paquin, Brian Cox, Dylan Baker Director: Michael Dougherty So, it seems almost superfluous to talk about this film at this point, with it's cult following, but just in case some of you out there haven't seen it, and because I enjoyed it so much, I will. This one was one of those films… Continue reading Trick R Treat (2007)
In this horror round up, we have haunted houses, government psychic investigation, empty buildings with something creeping in the basement, and plenty of people who should not go in there! (But do anyway) We Still Live Here (2015) Probably my favourite on the list, this involves a recently bereaved, middle aged couple moving into a… Continue reading Horror Movie Round Up: Strange Children, Haunted Houses and Psychic Experiments.