A selection of monsters from Cabin in the Woods (2011).
Still need to see this.
So I finally watched this movie, (thx to Naphthalene for loaning me her copy). I generally quite enjoyed it, except for the ending. Like, I get it- I think- and it was one of the endings I expected. I have to say though, it left me unsatisfied after a pretty old fashioned scare kind of movie that I quite appreciated. Just was hoping for one of the other potential endings I had in my head.
This is what happens when you watch too many scary movies and my tally is nowhere near Knight’s. You should see how fast he calls shit. Overall, worth a watch unless you’re one of those people who can’t appreciate a horror movie without lots of blood and guts. This is a ghost story. One with gruesome consequences for many characters, but it is still a ghost story. (And since when is a ghost story automatically associated with ANTI-GRUESOME? Just sayin’.)
That awkward moment when a tag is so rarely added to that you find the post your bro made almost a year ago on page 3.
Kids aged 2-5 have this knack for occasionally saying something that chills you to the bone. It’s likely that the child either tried to say something else and they just happened to say the creepy thing, or they were just momentarily confused and two thoughts fused together. Or it is possible that demons have a direct line through the minds and words of children.
Which brings us to Molly and the ladybug.
Molly doesn’t much like bugs, but I picked up a ladybug and showed it to her, trying to teach her that not all bugs are scary. After a minute or so she warmed up to the ladybug and was giggling and even going so far as to touch it while it was on my arm.
Then, out of nowhere, in a tone of voice I can only explain as being psychotic horror movie material, she says “He’s laughing at you…”
She walked away and went in the house.
I stood there for like two minutes staring at the ladybug, wondering if I was about to die.
The original “Nightmare” gang hanging with Robert Englund on the set of the film.