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Tag Archives: Horror Sequels
“Candyman is how we deal with the fact that these things happen… That they’re still happening.” Story: It’s been years – almost thirty – since Helen Lyle went to Cabrini-Green to research urban folklore. But the mythology of the Candyman … Continue reading
And y’all, it look like Chris Rock and company has NAILED IT. Saw this when I hit Fantasy Island today (okay enough for fans of Blum and/or the original show; mini review forthcoming) and I bounced in my seat. It’s … Continue reading
“He’ll be back. He always comes back.” Story: Looks like Chucky, the doll that won’t quit, is still chasing after survivor Nica. But while Chucky hunts her in her institution, Andy – the now grownup kid from the original film … Continue reading
“We’re through with that, really.” Story: It’s been 20 years since Michael Meyers went all stabby in Haddonfield. Laurie Strode, now a headmistress of a “posh private school” and living under an assumed name, still has nightmares. But not for … Continue reading
Spoooooky! And even Spoooopy! Welcome to Fall y’all! And you know it’s my favorite time of year. Getting ready for my usual 31 in 31, dragging out the fake cobwebs, clearing out the real cobwebs…what a lovely time. And to … Continue reading
Ouija was a pretty but vacant bit of spooky that hinted at the start of a series. So, naturally, a sequel is coming to town. Or in the case of Ouija: Origin of Evil, a prequel. How’d things get to … Continue reading
Nutshell: creepy, chilling, and definitely not for the faint of heart, The Conjuring 2 is a worthy follow-up to its terrifying predecessor. A bit hokey at the very end, but it’s a small price to pay for some seriously good, … Continue reading
Boo! Scared you? Okay so maybe I’m off my game. But gotta admit The Conjuring was on point with their horror. So now there’s a sequel, aptly titled The Conjuring 2, and I’ve got screening passes, Baltimore! Synopsis! Director James … Continue reading