The Other Side of the Door (2016)

After losing her son in a tragic accident, a grieving mothers learns about a remote Hindu temple where visitors can communicate with the dead to say goodbye for the last time…

Thoughts: A movie that runs through the gamut of standard scares. It hinges on our protagonist doing something she was expressly told NOT to do – by a woman who really should have known better.  A tough slog.



Krampus (2015)

A boy who has a bad Christmas accidentally summons a festive demon to his family home.

Thoughts: If Sid and Marty Krofft produced a horror movie, I’d imagine it would be pretty close to this. Broad comedy. Loads of silliness. Kids might find it scary.



Absentia (2011)

A woman and her sister begin to link a mysterious tunnel to a series of disappearances, including that of her own husband.

Thoughts:  One of director Mike Flanagan’s first films is an effectively creepy little chiller about love and loss and losing your way.  Can you really go back home again?  The answer may surprise.  And scare you.


One thought on “July 9, 2022: The Horror Movie Marathon continues!

  1. I’m not a huge horror fan, so Krampus will be on my “watch list”. 😉

    We watched “Archive” last night and it reminded me of that old film “Silent Running”. I liked it.

    We also watched “Love, Death and Robots” on Netflix. A few of the episodes were really good.

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