🎥 My week in horror... Wolves at the Door (2016) 🔪 Choose or Die (2022) 🕹 Tourist Trap (1979) 🧟 Re-Animator (1975) 🧟 Hellraiser (1987) 🕋 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1975) 🪚 The Hills Have Eyes (1977) 🥩 Stonehearst Asylum (2014) 🧠 A Ghost Story (2017) 👻 #MutantFam #DriveInNeverDies #horrorgram #80smovies #HorrorFan #JoeBobBriggs #HorrorFam #classichorrormovies #horrorBmovie #HalfwaytoHalloween #embRUDEry #MyWeekInHorror
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The eagerly awaited return on Leatherface came to Netflix on Friday, so read on to hear my spoiler-free review! (Only plot hints given away in the trailer and on the official synopsis will be mentioned, I promise!) Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022) is a confusing one in the TCM timeline as it's set up as a direct sequel to the OG. When I say 'confusing', I guess no more so than any of the other sequels which can be watched in various orders to create slightly different timelines
I don't think I'd have believed it myself if you'd told me that only three months into my stitching journey I'd be stitching a 12" version of Valak, using a technique which I had to Google... but here she is! I think people get fed up with me posting pictures of this on Instagram now, so I thought I'd share her here as my first throwback, and maybe tell you a little more behind the story of why I stitched her in the first place. Let's face it, it's not every day you decide to
Someone posted a question the other day; what is a great movie that you would never watch again? Well, for me, this is it. I braved a second watch through, and was surprised at how different it appeared the second time around. Things I didn't see the first time became clearer. All the signs were there where they hadn't been before... Maybe you should watch it twice - if you can stomach it, but I warn you, watching it as a parent is deeply unsettling. It's deviating slightly f
I have had many blogs in my lifetime which are all now lost around the internet somewhere, and I have never known how to start a single one of them, so I thought this might be an opportunity to do a quick Meet the Maker post before I launch into the full Victoria experience..! I recently answered some questions for the South West Londoner - you can read the full article here (and I really hope you do!), but here are my reponses. I thought they might be a good place to start!