I was not ready for the movie Orphan much int he same way I was not ready for the movie The Descent. I was not expecting something with such a solid framework in the story development, let alone the depth they gave to the characters and the situation they were in before taking on the terrifying child. Everything is revealed a little bit at a time, and was just as fascinating and engrossing as the horror elements. Very solid, and actually made me a bit uncomfortable in a few spots. Overall B+
A subtitled French movie, Inside had all the artery spray you would expect out of a Japanese or Korean film. Gross, disturbing, and a few scenes graphic enough to make you glad you never have to be in the hospital room when a child is being born that is nto yours (sorry to all the surgeons and medical staff that do). This will be much too slow for a lot of casual horror fans, but I enjoyed it. B- overall, glad they left as much of music or scoring out of the film as they did, really helped making it creepier.
I still think the 3rd one might be my favorite of the Nightmare on Elm Street flicks, but decided to go with the 4th one for a watch based purely o I wasn’t sure if I had ever seen the whole thing. Oh, I had seen it all, and it all came flooding back. As for the rest for the series, this is a C+ watch, but they all are so much more fun to remember than actually rewatch.
Admittedly, this is probably the worst of the Friday the 13th films in terms of production, but the lame story and wicked kills always secured this one a place in my heart. VII and VIII tie for worst storyline and lamest kills. B on this one for me, but everyone else might find it to be D+ at best