Posts in the Category: Robin’s Reviews

The Conjuring (2013)

Robin saw (despite warning) the supernatural horror film The Conjuring from the year 2013 directed by James Wan, which is about a family that moves into a haunted house and calls ghost hunters to help.

“Was that boring! Sanctimonious, Amytiville (and …

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In the Tall Grass (2019)

Robin saw on Netflix the mystery/horror flic In the Tall Grass from 2019 by Vincent Natali, based on a short story by Stephen King.

It starts off with a brother and his pregnant sister running into a field next to a …

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The Lighthouse (2019)

Robin saw the b/w psychological horror film The Lighthouse directed and co-written by Robert Eggers from 2019 starring Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson as two lighthouse keepers who start to lose their sanity during a storm while they are stationed …

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The Tenant (1976) By Polanski – Review!

The Tenant

Robin saw the French psychological horror film The Tenant from 1976 by Roman Polanski (showing him in the lead role) about a Polish-French man moving into a flat in Paris. His predecessor committed suicide. It is a true hell …

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Trashy And Iconic: Hammer Films!

Robin complained that Hammer films were trashy and was told “but in an iconic way”.So Robin watched Dracula A.D. 1972 from 1972, starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.

Fashinwise, in the 70s young people didn’t look much different than in the …

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Christine (1983) by John Carpenter

Robin saw the film Christine by John Carpenter about a demonic car and its romantic relationship with its owner, and had quite a good time.

“Those days horror movies were much tamer than they are now.” Robin says.

“I also was back …

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Slasher (TV series)

Robin has been watching the TV serien Slasher on Amazon Prime.

It is about a masked serial killer named The Executioner, several suspects and a heroine trying to find out what the answer to that mystery is. Her parents were brutally …

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