Impetigore (2019)

A woman inherits a house in her ancestral village, but she is unaware that members of the community have been trying to locate her, holding her responsible for a curse that has plagued them for years.

Thoughts: A solid supernatural thriller that gets a little convoluted but is bookmarked by two diabolically disturbing sequences.



Caveat (2020)

A lone drifter suffering from partial memory loss accepts a job to look after a psychologically troubled woman in an abandoned house on an isolated island.

Thoughts: Once you get past the somewhat preposterous set-up, it’s a deliciously diabolical descent into Irish gothic horror.



Forgotten (2017)

When his abducted brother returns seemingly a different man with no memory of the past 19 days, Jin-seok chases after the truth behind the kidnapping.

Thoughts: Implausible, incoherent, and nonsensical.


Today’s Yes/No…

4 thoughts on “October 14, 2022: The Horror Marathon returns!

  1. I’ll look up Caveat. Thanks for the reviews!

    I tried watching the new Hellraiser last night (Hulu). I only got part way through it. It seems anything done in 2022 is not very appealing to me. That could be just my jaded take. Anyhoo, I found the 1987 version and it was much better. It’s no prize winner but better than the 2022 version.

    I hope everyone has a great Saturday!

  2. I’m not really finding good scary suspense lately; Mr Harrigan’s Phone (sp) lost me halfway through, I would’ve happily watched Donald Sutherland being a cranky old industrialist who learns to use an iPhone for 90 minutes without the ghost stuff.

    The Invitation was okay, it was campy and with great sets. I couldn’t get into Pennyworth, I try every few months and then remember why it wasn’t for me. I lmiss Legion, Dispatches from Elsewhere, Preacher and Utopia.

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