Third time doesn’t break the charm in this third entry and prequel to the popular horror franchise. It’s unheard of for second films in horror franchises to be good, let alone third entries, and yet the three films in the Paranormal Activity series are consistently good.
Every year people of all ages put their creativity to the test around Halloween. Children revel in the opportunity to dress up and adults find themselves coming up with awesome partner costumes to rope their unwilling significant others into. Sadly, Halloween also reveals the darker sides of our creativity.
People have had a love affair with all things spooky and perverse for centuries. For as long as there has been language, people have been whispering unsettling fables to make each other’s skin crawl. For as long as there have been doors, people have been jumping out from behind them with the intent to startle.
I love horror movies of all kinds. The feeling I get from being scared, that adrenaline rush — I live for it. However, the Saw horror movies don’t come off as particularly scary. I had only seen the first two movies and I always enjoyed the premise behind Saw, so I felt it was time
The Sheaf recently met with His Infernal Majesty, Lucifer, over a mid-day glass of virgins' blood at Calories on Broadway for a brief discussion.
I don't usually indulge in this kind of analysis but 'tis the season for musings on the carnal, the bizarre, the horrible and the gross. So here's an analysis of vomit and why we are obsessed with it as a culture.
We may prefer not talk about this grisly reality, because dressing up as the Hulk and eating candy is a slightly more appealing visual ”” but ultimately, Halloween really is all about death.
Halloween is right around the corner, and everyone is talking about ghosts and goblins. But rather than spend the haunted season curled up on a couch watching Paranormal Activity (unless doing so somehow guarantees sex), you should seize the opportunity to grab some paranormal activity for yourself.