People often ask me what I do and when I tell them that I make horror films they laugh at me. In my face. It’s really upsetting.
Watch them — you will not be disappointed.
Horror sequels tend to be given the cold shoulder. They’re generally passed off as cash grabs that either squeeze the life out of a franchise or change something so drastically that it turns off its core base. These four films are regarded as some of the worst entries in their franchise, but armed with a different mindset, they may actually may not be the worst, but the best films in their series.
A secluded manor, a creepy doll, an unsuspecting nanny: what could possibly go wrong?
Some films don’t get the respect or attention they deserve due to other big budget films overshadowing them or once a few critics tear apart a film, the word-of-mouth spreads and many people end up completely skipping the film. But some of those terrible movies you hear about can actually be hidden masterpieces.
“You found it offensive? I found it funny. That’s why I’m happier than you.”
Do you remember the illustrations? Because they haunt me at night.
New York has been subject to at least nine monster attacks, one creature attack, two climate disasters, four geologic events, three epidemic events, three man-made disasters, two alien invasions, four asteroids and seven superhero battles. This is just the events portrayed in film. Comics, novels and other written works also have torn the city of New York apart until there was nothing but dust. This is an astounding amount of devastation. But again, what is the fascination?
“Oh my God, were they killed?” Sat in a packed cinema there was an eerie silence. The screen flickered with hollow credits as people came back to their senses.
This photo will haunt you forever.