Just a quick post before I go to sleep. Heehee. I got rid of Disqus today. Sorry for the troubles to those who commented here before, I don’t actually why I was using it in the first place. Hmm. I guess because of the easy Facebook stuff, but being not able to comment and leave blog URLs is a no-no, I know. So now it’s gone! Plus I added commentluv so I know your latest awesome posts! I definitely should relayout this website soon but of course, I don’t have time for that yet as usual.
Well, that’s all folks!
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Since it’s halloween season, I’ve had a movie marathon of scary movies last weekend with my boyfriend. While I’m really scared there’s that part of me that is excited of being scared – and, quite honestly, we all know most horror movies have more “deeper” stories than your usual chick flick.
Sinister is about a true-crime writer named Ellison Oswalt who moves into a new home – while his wife and family didn’t know, his new home is actually where the crime he’s writing on happened. At first, he wasn’t really aware how dangerous it was to move in the house until he finally watched 8mm tapes he found at the attic one day.
Scary is scary. To me, what’s scary in this movie is the videos he watched rather than what actually was happening to him. Partly I guess but the twist of stories are pretty awesome plus you really get creeped out of the events that take place. Even my boyfriend was shocked at one part (PS. don’t tell him I shared it here)
What was even scarier is that the culprit were kids, while it’s a bit cruel using this kind of story with kids being murderers it kind of makes sense since after all, their parents didn’t listen to what they wanted to say when they were first exposed to the evil spirits in their new homes – where Ellison wanted to stay for the sake of his new story.
This movie, as a scary movie, is a 9/10 to me – I didn’t know Ethan Hawke was actually good. I’ve only been hearing about him. The movie is nice for a good scare during Halloween season!