Told you no repeat of the ten movie watch. This week I watched eleven. And skipped a day.
The movies are as follows:
- Blackbird (Short)
- In Vaulted Halls Entombed (Netflix Show episode)
- Chainsaw Maid (Animated Short)
- Deadstream (Feature)
- Waiting (Animated Short)
- Dagon (Animated Short)
- Laura Hasn’t Slept (Short)
- Withered (Short)
- 2AM: The Smiling Man (Real Short)
- This Is Not a Test (Short)
- The Shrine (Feature)
Note: Unless noted otherwise, the shorts I watch for these reviews are on You Tube. Except for Laura Hasn’t Slept , which has been pulled by Paramount.
Looks like more shorts than features. Not my intent for this series, but real life writes the plot. I’m already doing better for Week 3.
Only two of these were perfects. No film dipped below 2.5 points, which might be an improvement. Depending on where you stand on the matter.
The top three, in order of preference more than quality:
1. (tied) Deadstream/Chainsaw Maid
3. The Shrine.
Though 2AM comes close to edging out The Shrine.
The worst flick I watched would be Blackbird.
Film pushing the Short category to its limit: Dagon. Really, it’s more of an audio with pictures.
Two weeks down. A new week begins…
2 thoughts on “[Month of Horror] Second Week Summation”
I’m glad that you spoke about “Laura Hasn’t Slept”. I was able to find it and see it the very day that it “disappeared” from every place online due to Paramount Pictures imposing a copyright restriction. I figure that they wanted to make some money from it due to the popularity of “Smile”. So, while I was able to see it, I couldn’t show it to my wife the very next day, Greedy jerks. Oh well….
Wow. I’m glad I got to see it too, then. Maybe they’ll put it on the “Smile” home release. “Smile” isn’t a bad flick to own, though I don’t really intend to watch it again any time soon.