I got a Shudder subscription, the Netflix of horror. Shudder is a subscription service for the horror, thriller, and suspense genres. Enjoy exceptional originals, movies, TV series, podcasts, and live streaming events.
Here is a list of five films I watched on Shudder with no idea of what to expect from them. Continue reading →
The horror genre is, arguably, one of the most predictable movie genres around. Stuffed to the brim with tropes, stereotypes and predictability, it can feel like you’re watching the same film over and over again. However, Japanese filmmaker Shin’ichirô Ueda had a different idea for his zombie flick, One Cut of the Dead. However, does it break new ground, or is it a resurrection of a movie that has already been made?
One Cut of the Dead is a story in three acts. It begins with a group of people who are filming a low-budget zombie horror movie in a disused water filtration plant, but then are attacked by real zombies. Carnage ensues for about half an hour, before the movie takes a completely surprising turn. Without giving too much away, it’ll have you crying, but not in a scared way. Continue reading →