Clue (1985) dir. Jonathan Lynn
Clue (1985) dir. Jonathan Lynn
Starting October’s bookclub read. The theme was a book originally written in Dutch.
This Halloween discover the Skeletons in their Closets!
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the little girl who lives down the lane |1976|
Avez-vous vu « Skin Trade » ? Dans ce cas, connectez-vous à l’appli iTunes PlayVOD pour le regarder. Il s’agit d’un thriller d’Ekachai Uekrongtham.
The Haunting Of Bly Manor. Hit me in the feels hard. Such a good watch.
271. Viagens Alucinantes (Altered States, 1980), dir. Ken Russell
October 21: House at the End of the Street
Before Jennifer Lawrence briefly ruled Hollywood, she was in this. I honestly can’t remember much of it, so I guess another viewing is in order. On another subject, I used to get her mixed up with Haley Bennett.
On en apprend beaucoup sur un tueur à la façon dont il traite les dames.
Traduction Carine Chichereau
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“The Conjuring” is just another overhyped horror movie that didn’t really do anything too different.
Roger and Carolyn is a couple with five daughters. They move into a new house together and everything seems to be going well until their first few nights. Weird things start happening like hearing claps from rooms with no one in there and one of the girls’ leg being pulled in the middle of the night. Soon, the family realize that their house is haunted and they enlist the help of two demonologists named, Ed and Lorraine. Together, they must stop the entity that has attached itself onto the family before someone loses their life.
When I was fifteen, this movie came out and everyone was raving about how scary it was. I don’t know why I didn’t see this sooner. I was a huge fan of “Insidious” and “Sinister”. I guess I just never got around to it. At the time, people were saying this movie was scarier than those two movies combined. Who knows? Maybe this movie would’ve scared me back then. It didn’t, watching it as a twenty-two year old. This movie is competently shot, but that’s literally the only thing it has going for it. Everything else is super generic. The dog doesn’t want to come inside the house because it knows it’s haunted. The child forms a friendship with one of the ghosts. One of the girls thinks she’s being pranked by another sister and the other sister swears it wasn’t her. All of these things are tropes that are borrowed from other movies. Maybe the ‘Based On A True Story’ tagline really got people scared, but at this point, I think everyone is smart enough to know how loosely that term can be thrown around. This movie also started a whole cinematic horror universe. That sounds exciting, but this movie was so boring that I wonder if the other movies will be just as boring.
Watched on October 20th, 2020
By Maggie Stiefvater
Blue Sargent has found things. For the first time in her life, she has friends she can trust, a group to which she can belong. The Raven Boys have taken her in as one of their own. Their problems have become hers, and her problems have become theirs.
The trick with found things, though, is how easily they can be lost.
Friends can betray.
Mothers can disappear.
Visions can mislead.
Certainties can unravel.
Are they all psychic? Like really even Mallory seeing auras? This has been my favourite so far in the series. There was alot more going on and a more active hunt for the Raven King. Though it kept a similar pace to the other books but there was more story (?) going on than the other two books. Like the exploration of the cave system, jessie (oh jessie) and even the Greenmantels made this book so much more. I truly enjoyed it. It also introduced me to my favourite villan, Piper Greenmantel. Like I originally thought she was just the sexy leg lamp of the story but no turns out Colin was and it was a great twist. It honestly makes me excited for the finale and the spinoff.
Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds,” March 28, 1963.
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NOTORIOUS (1946) dir. Alfred Hitchcock