All Hallows’ Eve was so uneven. A babysitter finds a mysterious VHS tape in the kid’s Halloween bag and there’s some short horror films on it. The clown featured in all of them is super unnerving. His parts are done super well. The grainy video style really suits some of the effects and made me genuinely uncomfortable. There’s a couple other costumes that are pretty rad too.

But man. Those short films were just terrible. No real beginning, middle, or end to them. No tension. Bad acting. And the worst alien suit I have EVER seen.

All Hallows’ Eve was so uneven. A babysitter finds a mysterious VHS tape in the kid’s Halloween bag and there’s some short horror films on it. The clown featured in all of them is super unnerving. His parts are done super well. The grainy video style really suits some of the effects and made me genuinely uncomfortable. There’s a couple other costumes that are pretty rad too.

But man. Those short films were just terrible. No real beginning, middle, or end to them. No tension. Bad acting. And the worst alien suit I have EVER seen.

Watched this last night, a classic case if movie not capturing the feel of the book. I think this could do with a remake actually, polish it up a bit and fix up those unfortunate ectoplasm effects.

It bums me out that one of my favourite scenes in the book was left out of both this and the graphic novel adaption. It’s near the end after Lionel Barrett is killed, an his wife is trying to escape, the house sends these apparitions at her that look like distorted versions of her husband, crying “it’s me, it’s me”. Something about that is so cruel and spooky to me, I wanna see it in the adaptions!

Watched this last night, a classic case if movie not capturing the feel of the book. I think this could do with a remake actually, polish it up a bit and fix up those unfortunate ectoplasm effects.

It bums me out that one of my favourite scenes in the book was left out of both this and the graphic novel adaption. It’s near the end after Lionel Barrett is killed, an his wife is trying to escape, the house sends these apparitions at her that look like distorted versions of her husband, crying “it’s me, it’s me”. Something about that is so cruel and spooky to me, I wanna see it in the adaptions!

Watched this last night, a classic case if movie not capturing the feel of the book. I think this could do with a remake actually, polish it up a bit and fix up those unfortunate ectoplasm effects.

It bums me out that one of my favourite scenes in the book was left out of both this and the graphic novel adaption. It’s near the end after Lionel Barrett is killed, an his wife is trying to escape, the house sends these apparitions at her that look like distorted versions of her husband, crying “it’s me, it’s me”. Something about that is so cruel and spooky to me, I wanna see it in the adaptions!

Watched this last night, a classic case if movie not capturing the feel of the book. I think this could do with a remake actually, polish it up a bit and fix up those unfortunate ectoplasm effects.

It bums me out that one of my favourite scenes in the book was left out of both this and the graphic novel adaption. It’s near the end after Lionel Barrett is killed, an his wife is trying to escape, the house sends these apparitions at her that look like distorted versions of her husband, crying “it’s me, it’s me”. Something about that is so cruel and spooky to me, I wanna see it in the adaptions!