#BlogTober19 31 Horror Movies in 31 Days part 2

Welcome to week 2 of my movie marathon 🙂

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6. The Institute
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Synopsis:
Baltimore, 1893: young Isabel Porter checks herself into the Rosewood Institute, following the sudden death of her parents, and is subjected to extreme experiments in brainwashing and mind control by the insidious Dr. Cairn.

I will straight up say this was awful, so awful I actually skipped most of it. Do not waste your time on this one.

The acting felt flat and there was no emotion or feeling at all, it was dull as dishwater. Apparently Pamela Anderson was in this movie but I skipped so much I have not idea at what point she appeared, not that it would have saved the movie at any rate!

Rating – 18
Scare level – 0
Gore level – 0


7. Selfie From Hell
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Synopsis:
When vlogger Julia falls under the influence of a strange and sudden illness, her cousin Hannah grows suspicious of Julia’s research into the elusive darknet, believing it could be linked to the bizarre sickness. When online chatter about a curse turns out to be true, Hannah finds herself immersed deep in a place where terror knows no end.

Canadian horror written and directed by Erdal Ceylan. When her cousin Julia (Meelah Adams) mysteriously becomes sick and dies following a trip to see her, a devastated Hannah (Alyson Walker) vows to do all she can to get to the truth behind Julia’s strange and sudden illness. However, after coming across her cousin’s old blog posts on the deep web, Hannah soon finds herself being tormented by a number of strange occurrences. Will she be able to discover the truth before it’s too late?

Ok not this is more like it, slow to start but there were a few jump scares that even though I knew it was coming still had me jumping. This movie delves into world of the dark web to find out what the curse of watching all 13 selfies brings.

There comes a point in every horror movie when people decide to split up and it never bodes well – yeah for this one! When will they learn….

Rating – 15
Scare – 4
Gore – 1 minimal to non existent


8. May The Devil Take You
(Sebelum Iblis Menjemput)

Synopsis:
Searching for answers to her father’s mysterious illness, a young woman visits his old villa and uncovers a horrifying truth from the past
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This is an Indonesian horror and boy do they know how to do horror! I have seen Japanese horror so this is on par. I loved this! It had plenty of jump scares, and even with the subtitles you knew what was going anyway, this was a great watch.

Rating – 15
Scare – 5
Gore – 4


9. Ghost House
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Synopsis:

Lost in the Thai countryside, a young American couple find themselves haunted by an evil spirit.

Desperate for a solution, they spiral deeper into a surreal, supernatural world that leads them into a frenzied, terrifying confrontation with pure evil.

Ok so the acting was questionable, but this was a good movie, this week has really been redeemed compared to last that’s for sure.

Rating – 15
Scare – 5
Gore – 1


10. The Funhouse massacre
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Synopsis:
A sheriff, a clueless deputy and a group of college students spring into action when six escaped psychopaths unleash bloody mayhem at a fun house on Halloween night.

Ok hubby picked this, fell asleep and left me watching. Not scary this is classed as a camp and violent – which is perfect descriptions! Not so much scary but boy was it gory! A man literally pulls a guys face off……..

Rating –
Scare – 1
Gore – 10


11. The Cabin in The Woods
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Synopsis:
When five college friends (Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth, Anna Hutchison, Fran Kranz, Jesse Williams) arrive at a remote forest cabin for a little vacation, little do they expect the horrors that await them. One by one, the youths fall victim to backwoods zombies, but there is another factor at play. Two scientists (Richard Jenkins, Bradley Whitford) are manipulating the ghoulish goings-on, but even as the body count rises, there is yet more at work than meets the eye.

I always get this movie and Cabin Fever mixed up (thankfully that is next on my watch list)

Rating – 15
Scare – 1
Gore – 6 –


12. Cabin Fever
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Synopsis:
Bert (James DeBello), a college student vacationing with friends in the mountains, mistakenly shoots a local man (Arie Verveen) with a skin infection while hunting in the woods. Panicking, he abandons the scene and leaves the man for dead. When the man stumbles into a reservoir, he infects the water supply, and soon one of Bert’s friends becomes infected. The friends struggle to stop the contagious, flesh-eating disease while on the run from a group of ornery backwoods locals out for revenge.

Blood and gore await you in this one

Rating – 15
Scare – 2 not
Gore – 9 that scene when she is shaving her legs.. *shudder*

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Fee

Fee is a 35 year old mother of three, who has been on the blogging scene since 1996. Over the years she has tried to change her style but finds the personal diary effect to be her niche - there are not many of those around in the blogging world nowadays.

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