‘House’ AKA ‘Hausu’ is Hilarious and Completely Unpredictable (review)

*Sniff* My very, very first movie review. Not to be confused with the 1986 American movie of the same name; this is a Japanese movie from 1977. It revolves around seven schoolgirls (who sometimes dress like Sailor Moon) off to spend their summer at a secluded house in the country. There‚Äôs Gorgeous (obsessed with herContinue reading “‘House’ AKA ‘Hausu’ is Hilarious and Completely Unpredictable (review)”

Dario Argento’s ‘Suspiria’: Still Scary After All These Years (movie review)

Directed and co-written by Dario Argento, the king of Italian horror. Suzy (Jessica Harper) is an American boarding at a German dance school. On her arrival there, she runs into Pat, a girl fleeing the building after being expelled; she disappears without even packing her things. After a series of crazy mishaps (like maggots rainingContinue reading “Dario Argento’s ‘Suspiria’: Still Scary After All These Years (movie review)”

1977’s ‘Audrey Rose’ is Thought-Provoking and Groovy (review)

Janice (Marsha Mason) and Bill Templeton (John Beck) have a simple and happy life with their young daughter Ivy (Susan Swift). Suddenly a stranger (Anthony Hopkins) begins following them around, focusing particularly on Ivy. When they confront him, Elliot reveals that he believes Ivy is the reincarnation of his daughter, Audrey Rose, who burned toContinue reading “1977’s ‘Audrey Rose’ is Thought-Provoking and Groovy (review)”