8 comments on “Watchin’ Stuff

    • It was tolerable by straight to video standards but yeah mostly just bad. I don’t know how they managed to get Brad Douriff and Angela Basset to be in it. Though I guess Douriff did just about anything in the 90s.

  1. I remember having watched Night of the Creeps, Elle, Brawl and Road House but couldn’t remember anything of the plot from any of the movies. Must not have been that memorable to begin with, but for some reason Night of Creeps’ poster looks eerily similar to Goosebumps’ Night of the Living Dummy, don’t know why it really just does.

    Though I have to get around to watch Stranger Things, everybody is saying it’s like the Goonies, Stephen King, Goosebumps and the X-files. But there is also something with it that just doesn’t captivate me the same way a series like Westworld or Black Mirror does, who knows, maybe it’s only because it’s the many themes and throw backs to types of movies that isn’t really within my interest in horror/sci-fi area.

    This was a good read, so great to see that there are people liking the classics still. Have you perhaps when talking classic watched Nosferatu and the original Frankenstein? While not the most exciting of movies, they did do change the industry and made the horror genre what it is known for today.

    Stay Cozy and I do hope you will enjoy Halloween!

    • The trailers for Stranger Things when it first came out didn’t do much for me either, but it’s much better than it looks.

      I’m going to go back and try some more things from the 70’s, but I don’t plan on going back any further than that.

      • Guess I might try out watching it, have a certain rule of code that once I start on a series, then I won’t stop until a season has been completed…no matter how bad or good it can be.

        Though I was only suggesting, it helps give a certain perspective when watching newer movies or series of today. As for good 70’s horror movies, well there’s The Excorcist, Jaws, Dawn of the Dead etc. Quite the amount to go with 🙂

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