The Last Shift (2014)
A rookie cop’s 1st shift alone in the last night of a closing police station turns into a living nightmare.
My thoughts: A great premise and some solid (if not altogether original) scares, but this one suffers from some shaky performances, a weak script, and dubious horror movie logic.
Two best friends see their trip of a lifetime take a dark turn when one of them is struck by a mysterious affliction. Now, in a foreign land, they race to uncover the source before it consumes him completely.
My thoughts: Flashes of inventiveness but overwhelmed by its unintended silliness.
Color Out of Space (2019)
A secluded farm is struck by a strange meteorite which has apocalyptic consequences for the family living there and possibly the world.
My thoughts: Wonderfully weird in its embracing of its cosmic horror trapping yet, at the same time, tonally discordant. Cage’s over the top performance robs the film of any real sense of terror.
Peanut Butter Royale? Yes/No
Burger King adds peanut butter burgers to its menu in Japan https://t.co/CvDPyrL3xQ via @RocketNews24En
— Joseph Mallozzi 🏴☠️ (@BaronDestructo) October 20, 2022
4 thoughts on “October 20, 2022: The Horror Marathon continues with 3 more horrors (or 4, depending on whether or not you like peanut butter on your burger)!”
Have had PB on burgers. You would not think they go together but is really very good.
The picture of that Hamburger/Peanut Butter looks terrible. So unappetizing. They need to beef it up or something. That is really something you could bring home and just add your own peanut butter if you want it.
Isn’t that the plot to “Precinct 13”?
You know what’s surprisingly good? Peanut butter on potato chips.