31 Horror Movies to Watch This Halloween!

My favorite month is amongst us and I’m so excited! I’ve been trying to watch a horror movie a day. And now I will share with you 31 horror movies to watch this October. They’re going to be lesser known movies or ones you maybe haven’t seen, or even forgot about. So here ya go. Enjoy! P.S. these are in no particular order.

1. Cursed (2004)

2. Two Heads Are Better Than None (2000) This was a Kenan and Kel Nickelodeon movie that I always loved. It’s family friendly too.

3. Let Me In (2010)

4. Wendigo (2001)

5. Wicked Little Things (2006)

6. Cabin By The Lake (2000)

7. Baghead (2008) A Duplass brothers film.

8. We Are What We Are (2013)

9. The Faculty (1998)

10. Housebound (2014)

11. Magic Magic (2013)

12. The Uninvited (2009)

13. The Glass House (2001)

14. Dead Alive (1992)

15. The Strangers (2008)

16. The Ice Cream Man (1995)

17. Madhouse (2004)

18. The Ward (2010)

19. Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)

20. American Mary (2012)

21. Chillerama (2011)

22. The Descent (2005)

23. The Officer Killer (1997)

24. Fright Night (1985)

25. Odd Thomas (2013)

26. The Voices (2014)

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27. Hocus Pocus (1993)

28. Orphan (2009)

29. 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)

30. Hush (2016)

31. Tower of Terror (1997) This was a Disney TV movie.

I hope you can watch some of these films that I love! Hope y’all have a Happy Halloween! Stay Scary, but also stay sexy!



This Is Us Review – Sappy Filled Drama

Warning: This contains **Spoilers**


I feel like the show This Is Us is on its second season, but that’s only because I’ve been seeing commercials for this show for the longest time. They were literally everywhere, so I figured this show already aired, but it actually only premiered last night, September 20th.

The show is based on different people born on the same day with the same birthday — 36. Right off the bat we get an inside look at their struggles, or rather we know what each character wants: Kate (Chrissy Metz) to lose weight, Kevin (Justin Hartley) an actor trying to find meaning and purpose, and Randall (Sterling K. Brown) trying to find his biological father after he left him at a fire station 36 years prior. At the very beginning we see Rebecca (Mandy Moore) pregnant with triplets and Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) as her husband. She then goes into labor and gives birth to her babies, except one dies, leaving them with only 2. Then as Jack sees his babies for the first time a firefighter appears next to him and tells him a baby was left at the fire station. Then everything clicks. (Spoilers) The show had a refreshing plot twist…it turns out that Jack and Rebecca are parents to these three kids who are now grown and 36. (They got to keep Randall, obviously).

The show had a pretty interesting dynamic, but was sappier than sap itself from beginning to end. It kind of reminded me of the show Parenthood. I’m not sure what all to expect this season on This Is Us, but I’m willing to stick around and see, no matter how many cheesy, sappy moments we get.

This show was created by Dan Fogelman, who also created shows like Pitch, which premieres September 22nd on Fox. Dan also wrote movies like Las Vegas, The Guilt Trip, Crazy Stupid Love, Tangled, Cars, etc.

This show is on NBC Tuesdays at 10/9c.

Check out the official trailer below:



My Top 5 Kirsten Dunst Movies

I am currently obsessed with Kirsten Dunst. Actually, I don’t think my obsession ever subsided. I’m on season 2 of Fargo and I’m in love with both the show and Kirsten herself. So I thought I’d list my top 5 Kirsten Dunst movies in order starting with my favorite.

  1. All I Wanna Do
  2. Drop Dead Gorgeous
  3. Fargo
  4. Bring It On
  5. Jumanji

I know Fargo is a TV show, but y’all gotta agree she is great in it. (I totes ship her and Jesse Plemons in real life by the way).

It was nearly impossible to choose between Fargo and Drop Dead Gorgeous as the number 2 spot, but the hilarity that Amber Atkins is, trumps all!


The Heart of OITNB – Season 3


At last season 3 of Orange is the New Black has been released. (June 12th). I finished watching it sometime last week. It took me about 3-4 days to finish the season.

I will say it wasn’t exactly what I was anticipating. It was more “low concept” than expected. By that, I mean, I was expecting more action, more unhinged and risible moments. Personally, it fell a bit short of that. Although some episodes were better than others, I found it bordering on insipidity at times. (Sorry, ladies)

I found season 1 and 2 more quippy and full of shrewd insults. But throughout the season I found myself predominantly entertained and looking forward to the next episode.

With all that being said, one thing OITNB has gained, is heart. Obviously it had a lot of heart before, but the amount of touching moments in this season is an all time high (for prison at least). We see the characters evolving together and alone, surviving thick and thin. We begin to feel like these women are more than just inmates and criminals. We get more back stories from minor characters. (Who knew Leanne Taylor was Amish?)

I noticed quite a bit of shift in the limelight within the characters. Some major characters from 1st and 2nd season (i.e. Sophia and Watson) were shoved in the background and muted, while other minor characters (i.e. Chang) were explored. I do give Jenji Kohan credit for shifting the characters around because it’s what’s most pragmatic. Think about it, realistically in a prison, it’s not all about the rich white girl. Jenji does a good job capturing the essence of each character, no matter how strange the dynamic.

Although the show has seemed to shift a bit, it’s not necessarily in the wrong direction. I still love the characters and how compelling they are. Can we just take a moment to admire Ruby Rose?

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………………………….Thank you………………………

I google imaged “Orange is the New Black season 3″ and literally most of the hits consisted of Ruby Rose. She’s taking over the world, just kidding…even though I wouldn’t mind. I highly advise you watch Orange is the New Black, seasons 1-3 if you haven’t already. Trust me, you won’t regret it.Check out the trailer for season 3, now on Netflix.