My Top 5 Favorite RELAXING Horror Movies — The Below Average Blog

I know what you’re thinking. Horror? Relaxing? Surely you kid. Nope! Though horror films are meant to thrill, scare, and discomfit us, there are a handful of movies I enjoy watching in my downtime. As everyone who reads this should know by now, I’m a big rewatcher, and familiarity breeds comfort. Each of these five […]… Continue reading My Top 5 Favorite RELAXING Horror Movies — The Below Average Blog

Weirdest Concepts Behind Great Horror Movies — Funk’s House of Geekery

Sometimes the best horror movies, the ones that get under our skin and leave us flinching at shadows, are the ones with the strangest ideas behind them. If you do a double-take after hearing the premise of these movies, you’ll be doubly surprised at how good the films turn out to be. A Haunted Video […]… Continue reading Weirdest Concepts Behind Great Horror Movies — Funk’s House of Geekery

Most Interesting Horror Movies Based On Books With Terrifying Basements #Horror #GuestBlog #GuestPost #Movies #Books — Reads & Reels

Horror movies often draw their inspiration from books. It takes a lot of talent to make a book truly terrifying; without jumpscares and music scores to offer cheap thrills, books have to do a lot of work to horrify an audience. When a book horrifies, it’s much more likely for that book to end up… Continue reading Most Interesting Horror Movies Based On Books With Terrifying Basements #Horror #GuestBlog #GuestPost #Movies #Books — Reads & Reels

Movie Review: Sleepaway Camp (1983) — The Horror Desk

Sleepaway Camp (1983) – 5.12.2020 I have this movie on DVD as part of the “Survival Kit” including the first two sequels. My kit has the American Red Cross logo on the front that was eventually recalled. From 1983, this film still has that early 80’s aesthetics, a bit rough around the edges. It starts […]… Continue reading Movie Review: Sleepaway Camp (1983) — The Horror Desk

Movie Review: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) — The Horror Desk

Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) – 5.2.2020 I have the 30th anniversary DVD of this film and decided to buy the 40th anniversary Blu Ray for better picture quality. Although this is a grainy movie and rightfully so, I could still see the difference in sharpness and color between the two versions. I think this […]… Continue reading Movie Review: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) — The Horror Desk