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Nathan Jasper's 31 Days of Halloween 2020

Nathan is a film critic and aspiring author with a true passion for the film industry & hopes his writings will help launch his careers.

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Prologue

Halloween season has come once again, which can only mean one thing: it's time for my fifth annual Halloween movie marathon! This year, I surprisingly did not rate any movies Death By Exile (0/0) which shocked me! I had a lot of great movies this year and very few stinkers so enjoy perusing my article, perhaps you'll find some titles to add to your watchlist!

Aliens

  • Brightburn - As a comic fan, the film plays out as a "What If Superman Was Evil" story. As a horror fan, it begs the question "how do you stop something unstoppable?"
  • The Fifth Wave - I have not read the books, so I can't say how close the movie stayed to its source, but I can say that it's a gripping story packed with emotional punches.
  • Species - Alien DNA fused with a human body makes for one seductively destructive being. She might kill you but, hey, at least you'll have the thrill of your life.
  • Species II - This entry focuses on a male alien species with Natasha Henstridge returning in a supporting capacity. The movie was progressing well until the ending destroyed everything the film set up.
  • Species III - The third film in the Species saga attempts to continue where part 2 left off, even changing the ending from part 2 a little, but fails to set the course straight.
  • Species: The Awakening - A direct-to-TV spinoff of a semi-successful series is never a good sign. As is the case in most made-for-TV movies, it had a couple of good moments but mostly stunk worse than a cow pasture.
  • War of the Worlds (53) - Sure, it didn't have the CGI that we have today, but the original film was just as exciting and invigorating, if not more so.
  • X-Files: Fight the Future - The first film based on the successful series set after season 5 is just as powerful as the series itself, playing out like an extended episode. It's spooky and chilling and has a great story.
  • X-Files: I Want to Believe - The follow-up film set after season 9 does very little to advance the show or the characters. It's little more than fan-service, though it does have a pretty good story.

Creature Features

  • 47 Meters Down - Gripping, claustrophobic, and tense - this is definitely one of the better shark films out there.
  • 47 Meters Down: Uncaged - The sequel features new characters and a new locale, this time we're dealing with blind sharks in an underwater city. It's just as claustrophobic and fun as the first and doesn't disappoint. In fact, had the CGI been a bit better, it probably would have gotten a higher score than the first film.
  • Creature from the Black Lagoon - Back in its day, the film probably played out as a horror film. Beware lagoons because there might be weird mutant creatures living in them! I see it as a tragedy. This creature lived in the lagoon, alone and unique. Then man comes along and hunts it. What's wrong with people?
  • Return of the Creature - The follow-up to the original had no heart or purpose. It was the Jaws 3 of its day - a pointless sequel that doesn't come close to the first.
  • From Dusk Till Dawn The film that made George Clooney a household name is still remarkable to this day. From Richard's unnerving perversity to Seth's no-nonsense leadership to the vulnerable yet curious Kate, this film is captivating, fun, and scary all in one.
  • Hellboy - Guillermo del Toro's version is still the superior vision and he tells the story with a lot of humor and heart.
  • Hellboy II: The Golden Army - Del Toro's Hellboy sequel is just as fun as the first, however, the story wanes a bit compared to the first.
  • I Am Legend - You're the last person alive, the world is yours...until nightfall when a horde of creatures comes out to play. Intense, emotional, and thrilling, the film may be a remake of a remake but it successfully stands on its own without feeling like a rehash.
  • The Island of Dr. Moreau (77) - The original film was downright chilling and even borderline scary. It had a deep message and remarkable practical effects.
  • The Island of Dr. Moreau (96) - The remake, as most remakes do, failed to capture the essence of the original and felt like an unnecessary updating.
  • Justice League Dark - I loved how gritty and deep this film delved into the dark side of DC Comics. Batman and Constantine teaming up is something I've been wanting to see for ages....and it didn't disappoint.
  • Justice League Dark: Apokolips War - The phrase "don't get attached" is something I didn't expect to have to use to describe this film. This wasn't a good guys win, bad guys lose type war. This was an everyone loses type war, and it pushed boundaries that may make some people squeamish. Astounding and surprisingly emotional, the film doesn't let up until the credits roll.
  • Let Me In - The best remake ever made, the film exactly captures the original film's message, intensity, and urgency.
  • Let the Right One In - One of the best romantic horror stories ever made, the film raised a lot of questions and wasn't afraid to stir a little controversy. People still discuss the film to this day and what it alluded to.
  • Night of the Living Dead - The father of the zombie movie, Romero's classic still chills its viewers to the bone to this day.
  • Once Bitten - The Jim Carrey-led comedy film has a few laughs but is otherwise mediocre.
  • The Ominous Project Universe: Monsters Are Real - Shreco Bakari presents a truly nightmarish scenario that would make H.P. Lovecraft proud. The practical effects are wonderfully frightening and the acting is outstanding.
  • Pandorum - Was it creatures tearing up the ship or just people that had gone crazy? I guess we'll never know.
  • Phantoms - This film based on the Dean Koontz book played out like The Thing but then changed its monster so much that it confused itself. Is it spirits? A moth-bee hybrid? A monster? A Mayan god? Who knows?
  • Shaun of the Dead - Still hilarious years later, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost make for one dynamic duo.
  • Tremors - Giant worms, Kevin Bacon, Michael Gross, and Reba McEntire - what's not to love? The worms looked fantastic for 1990 and the film made for some fun thrills!
  • Tremors 2: Aftershocks - Fred Ward and Michael Gross team up to take down some Graboid baddies in a rather fun sequel that does the original justice and introduces us to the Shriekers.
  • Tremors 3: Back to Perfection - This is probably the least-loved of the series but it's still a lot of fun. I guess most people didn't take well to the Ass-Blasters. It is pretty cheesy but thankfully the series learned from its mistake.
  • Tremors 4: The Legend Begins - A prequel detailing the first time the Graboids showed up in Perfection, the film is more of a snooze than a thrill.
  • Tremors 5: Bloodlines - Burt Gummer's back and he's found out he has a son. He's also facing the Ass-Blasters again, this time in a much better and less cheesy fashion.
  • Tremors 6: A Cold Day in Hell - Graboids in the Arctic? Why not? This was the most far-fetched entry in the series but Michael Gross makes it so much fun and enjoyable.
  • Tremors 7: Shrieker Island - This time, a team of hunters bred their own Graboids for sport only to realize too late that they were in over their heads. In Burt's final appearance, he takes us on one last ride that is one of the best entries of the series.
  • What We Do in the Shadows - The film was hilarious and awkward, just how I like it! Taika Waititi directed this film as well as starred in it, which is probably what made it so brilliant.
  • What We Do in the Shadows season 1 - The spin-off of the movie, which does feature cameos of the movie characters in the season finale, ups the stakes and the humor.
  • What We Do in the Shadows season 2 - The second season was a bit lesser than the first but the fun and the heart were still very much present.
  • The Wolfman - I'm not sure if it's the CGI or the spoon-fed mentality but something about this reimagining of the classic tale was nowhere near as invigorating as the original black-and-white film, though it did have an excellent story.

Death and the Devil Himself

  • Are You Afraid of the Dark 2019 - This three-episode miniseries reignited the flame that the original series had and kept the scares and suspense regardless of it being aimed at kids.
  • Final Destination - How can you hide when Death itself is stalking you? You can't. That's what makes the original so frightening. It offered a situation that no one wants to find themselves in and still managed to make us feel for the characters being knocked off one by one.
  • Final Destination 2 - The film had a frightening beginning, and connected well with the first, but somewhere around midway the film began to decline. Not much mind you, but enough.
  • Final Destination 3 - Part 3 tried to be scary but came off cheesier than it probably intended. None of the characters were remotely likable, which made you root for them to get on the roller coaster again.
  • The Final Destination - I said it once and I'll say it again - making things pop for 3D audiences just causes the film to be downright cheesy for 2D viewers, not to mention a lot of the deaths were just all-out ridiculous.
  • Final Destination 5 - Now, we're back on track! The final film of the franchise ties into the first film in such an unpredictable way and makes way for one hell of a twist ending.
  • The Omen - It's scary to think your child could be a psychopath or a killer, but it's even scarier to think you've adopted the AntiChrist. What would you do if you found the numbers 666 etched into your child's head?
  • The Omen II: Damien - The sequel fell so far from the first that it's difficult to say the two are even related. This could have been a really good parody film called Damien Goes to Military School.
  • The Omen III: The Final Conflict - I don't mind pushing boundaries but this film went over the line and then some. It was disturbing and unnecessarily brutal. The only redeemable qualities were the ending and Sam Neill's acting.
  • The Omen IV: The Awakening - Another made-for-TV spinoff movie that tried and failed to recapture the frightfest that made the first so great.
  • The Omen remake - There were a few things that were different, but overall the remake was pretty much the first film exactly. It was well-acted and creepy, which made it a good remake but still pretty pointless.
  • Scrawl - A student film can be good, but most of the time they're not very well thought out which is the case for Scrawl. It started off with a good story but eventually became confusing and weird. The cast did a good job, especially Daisy Ridley, but the writing and directing were lacking purpose.

People Are Scarier Than Demons

  • Candyman - Tony Todd is one creepy dude when he wants to be, especially when he has a mouthful of bees. And they were real bees, too! I looked it up!
  • Cape Fear - The original Cape Fear didn't have the psychological impact that the remake did but it delivered frights in its own unique way: forcing you to use your imagination.
  • Green Inferno - Cannibals terrorize unwanted tourists. Eli Roth knew what he was doing because this film was absolutely unsettling.
  • Green Room - The film moves at a slower pace and builds up tension over time like stretching a rubber band. Trust me, though, when the band snaps, it takes no prisoners.
  • Greta - Stalker movies are nothing new but this film presents it in a way that feels fresh. The acting is incredible, especially from the great Isabelle Huppert.
  • The Hunt - Rich people are the worst, man. What lengths they'll go to for some sport is astounding. While the film isn't based on any true story, I wouldn't doubt one bit that it actually happens somewhere.
  • Midnight Meat Train - This has become one of my favorite slasher films. What people do when no one's looking, what they're willing to do to other people... it's amazing and terrifying all at once.
  • The Owners - A break-in turns into a survival story, kind of like Don't Breathe, but then an unexpected twist blows everything out of the water.
  • Perfect Getaway - The setup, the writing, the acting, everything about this film is masterful. The only issue is that it's predictable as to who the killer is based on the casting alone.
  • The First Purge - The origin story explains so much and adds weight to the other films. It's one prequel that doesn't feel unnecessary or repetitive.
  • The Purge - The initial film of the series is terrifying and unnerving. What's even more terrifying is with the world in the state it's in, there doesn't need to be a Purge Day for this to actually happen.
  • The Purge: Anarchy - Frank Grillo enters the series and gives the audience someone to relate to. It has some emotional weight and ups the ante from the first film.
  • The Purge: Season One - The series had a good start but eventually started feeling dragged out and interest waned.
  • The Purge: Season Two - Different characters, most of the season is not even set during the Purge...two ingredients for a bad season.
  • The Purge: Election Year - Electrifying and tense, the film showed the politics behind the Purge and wrapped up the story in a bloody bow.
  • Red Eye - The movie is tense and keeps you on your toes and white-knuckled until the very end.
  • Searching - In the style of Paranormal Activity, the film makes you feel the father's desperation and the horror of the situation he's in, keeping you guessing as the mystery unfolds.
  • Sorority Row - This film got a lot of hate but I actually really enjoyed it. I'm not sure where the hate comes from, perhaps just being incredibly similar to I Know What You Did Last Summer, but the great Carrie Fisher as a sorority mentor is everything we needed and more. Rest in Peace, Carrie.
  • The Stepfather (original) - Terry O'Quinn was absolutely electric in this film and is rather frightening. The "Who Am I" moment shatters horror norms and reaches a scary height that only The Hitch-Hiker was able to reach, at least in that time.
  • The Stepfather (remake) - Yet another remake that was nowhere near the quality of the original, the main problem being Dylan Walsh's horrendous take on the serial killer mastermind. Instead of a manipulator, he came off as an abusive prick. The whole reason the original was scary was because he seemed like a good guy until he finally revealed himself. The remake made you aware every step of the way that this guy was bad news.
  • Unsolved Mysteries 2020 - The revival of the popular series is just as intriguing and unnerving as the original series.
  • Urban Legend - Not bad but not great either, the film fell into the mediocre category. It delivered a few thrills and some creative deaths but didn't really bring much more to the table.
  • Urban Legends: The Final Cut - The sequel was pretty much a rehash of the first, just at a different school. The only link was the security guard reappearing.
  • Urban Legends: Bloody Mary - A spinoff of the other two, the film took the approach that I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer took, making the killer supernatural instead of human. The acting was atrocious too which made the film that much worse.
  • Willard - Man gets bullied, man finds rat, man trains rat, man uses rat to take revenge, rat turns on man. It's a pretty straightforward story but wow it is so much fun and Willard is such a compelling character because he is so relatable.

Psychological

  • Black Swan - Natalie Portman delivers one of her best performances in a story about a woman who will stop at nothing to impress her teacher and take the lead role in a ballet. The psychological torture she puts herself through is unnerving and remarkably well-made.
  • The Craft: Legacy - The sequel to the 1996 original follows a modern group of teens, has incredible twists, and features a tie-in to the first that makes me hope a third film is on the way, hopefully sooner than 24 years.
  • Fatal Attraction - The ultimate crazy-woman revenge story, the film has white-knuckle intensity and outstanding acting.
  • Get Out - It's pretty good but I still say it's overrated and overhyped.
  • It Comes At Night - What comes at night? And why? The film has a lot of tension but gives no answers. It's almost pointless.
  • Knock Knock - What makes this film scary is that these girls had no remorse whatsoever as they ruined this man's life. Be careful who you cross. You never know who's going to turn out to be crazy.
  • The Lazarus Project - This underappreciated Paul Walker film about a man who gets a second chance is intense and has a great story. It deserves more attention than it received.
  • The Lighthouse - While the film is a slow-burner, the descent into madness is told in a way that no one else has approached the subject. Robert Pattinson gives an incredible performance and Willem Dafoe matches him in wit and desperation.
  • Ma - Crazy lady gets back at former classmates by going after their kids. Has some disturbing and creepy moments but it's nowhere near the quality of others that have come before it.
  • Midsommar - Cultists freak me out. This film proves that every religion has its crazies, and all it takes is time to brainwash a person and eventually gain control of them.
  • Monsterland - Every story in this Hulu series was brilliantly told and showed the dark side of human nature in a way that made you sympathize with them.
  • Play Misty for Me - One of the most intense films of Clint Eastwood's career, Play Misty told the story of a stalker woman who couldn't get enough of Clint. The film is remarkable and well-written.
  • Shut In - The biggest disappointment of the month, Naomi Watts must have been aching for work to agree to do this film about a son that's a little too obsessed with his mother.
  • Strangers on a Train - Hitchcock's classic about a demented man who suggested he and another man swap murders is still a classic to this day. The build-up was incredibly well-done and the climax was one of the best showdowns in Hitchcockian cinema.
  • Suspiria remake - One of the rare cases where the remake was better than the original, however, it left out moments that made the original frightening to some.
  • Us - Fantastic storytelling and twists that will make your mouth drop, Us is an actual original film that impressed me greatly.
  • Vertigo - Another Hitchcock classic that messes with the mind, leading you to believe this man is losing his mind when in fact he's the sanest one of all.
  • The Witch - Has a couple good moments but overall is an overly slow and dull film with very little to offer. Right up there with Get Out as one of the most overhyped and overrated films ever.

Scary Fantasy

  • Attack of the Killer Tomatoes - It's utterly ridiculous but it makes fun of itself which is a good quality in a parody film.
  • Return of the Killer Tomatoes - Making fun of yourself is a good quality, but this film took it a few steps too far which ultimately killed the vibe.
  • Don't Be Afraid of the Dark - Del Toro's imaginative film about flesh-eating pixies makes you think twice when you hear a noise in a grate.
  • Oz the Great and Powerful - Not a traditional horror film but rather a fantasy film with witches, this prequel story explains who the Wizard was and how he came to Oz. It's fun and delightful and offers a nice breather from all the intense horrors.
  • The Pagemaster - This was billed as a kids' film and was even rated G but after revisiting it I realized this had some pretty frightening moments for a children's film. Let's be honest though, this film and Wishbone are the reasons I love reading.
  • Pan's Labyrinth - Another fantastic and imaginative film by Guillermo del Toro, the film is beautiful and creepy at the same time and offers a wonderfully unique experience.
  • Red Riding Hood - This could have been a great reimagining of a classic story, but the addition of a love triangle suffocated the film.
  • The Room - The film's premise of a room bringing you anything you want was brilliant and Olga Kurylenko gave her best performance in her career.
  • The Wizard of Oz - Let's face it, this movie had a ton of creepy moments, we just didn't realize it as kids.

Spirits and Demons

  • Boogeyman - The film had a decent story but it fell in on itself as it reached the halfway mark.
  • Boogeyman 2 - I love movies set in asylums, but this one was so disappointing, mainly because they made the villain a human when the Boogeyman is supposed to be supernatural.
  • Boogeyman 3 - It's rare that the third film in a series is better than the original but let's be real, this is what I think of when I hear "Boogeyman".
  • Books of Blood - Strange but well-made film about a man who claims to speak to the dead and the consequences that follow.
  • The Changeling - This was billed as the scariest film ever made? It had great performances but there was very little scary about it.
  • Constantine - It may not follow the comics very well, but Keanu Reeves does make a fantastic John Constantine, a man who hunts and exorcises demons.
  • Death of Me - Creepy and interesting, the film has so much going for it and succeeds on every level.
  • The Eye - The film succeeded while the donor's past was being shown but then faltered when prophetic visions came into the mix.
  • Ghost Ship - The film has a good plot but the performances are mediocre at best.
  • Ghostbusters - The classic film still holds up today as one of the best comedic ghost films ever made.
  • Ghostbusters 2 - The sequel fell from grace and didn't have the same pizzaz as the original, but still had some fun moments.
  • Ghostbusters 2016 - The alternate timeline story had some good humor but the effects were very cheesy and 3D-centric.
  • The Haunting of Bly Manor - Slow and dull with very few scares, this anthology follow-up to The Haunting of Hill House is somehow better and worse at the same time.
  • Hereditary - Outstanding story and terrifying moments with an electric performance from Toni Collette. This is one of my favorite horror films of all time.
  • Oculus - Great story with fantastic performances and a killer twist, the film weaves past and present masterfully as the stories build to an unforgettable climax.
  • The Others - Slow and steady wins the race. The film is a slow-burner but builds to a fantastic twist.
  • The Possession of Hannah Grace - The film has some great jump-scare moments but the story left much to be desired.
  • Rosemary's Baby miniseries - The series expanded on some story elements that had to be condensed in the movie and Zoe Saldana's performance is brilliant. It doesn't try to be better than the movie but rather stands on its own.
  • The Unborn - I actually enjoy this film. Atticus Shaffer is downright creepy and Gary Oldman is always a charm. The thing that brought the film down was Cam Gigandet's horrible acting.
  • Velvet Buzzsaw - The film can't decide if it's a comedy, drama, or horror and the flip-flopping hurts the film more than helps.
  • White Noise - The story had a heavy emotional weight but the story faltered as the film progressed.
  • White Noise 2: The Light - The film started brilliantly but devolved into a disappointing twist of events leading us to believe saving people is actually a bad thing.
  • The Woman in Black - Absolutely frightening with a brilliant story, the film proves Daniel Radcliffe has a tendency for sci-fi horror/fantasy.
  • You Should Have Left - Kevin Bacon's latest film has some powerful moments, both emotional and supernatural, but overall is overly confusing with an ending that leaves you wondering what the hell just happened.

Full Watched List with Ratings

  • 47 Meters Down - 3 out of 4
  • 47 Meters Down: Uncaged - 3 out of 4
  • Are You Afraid of the Dark 2019 - 3.5 out of 4
  • Attack of the Killer Tomatoes - 2 out of 4
  • Black Swan - 4 out of 4
  • Boogeyman - 2.5 out of 4
  • Boogeyman 2 - 1.5 out of 4
  • Boogeyman 3 - 3 out of 4
  • Books of Blood - 3.5 out of 4
  • Brightburn - 3.5 out of 4
  • Candyman - 3.5 out of 4
  • Cape Fear (original) - 4 out of 4
  • The Changeling - 2.5 out of 4
  • Constantine - 3 out of 4
  • The Craft: Legacy - 3.5 out of 4
  • Creature from the Black Lagoon - 3.5 out of 4
  • Death of Me - 3 out of 4
  • Don't Be Afraid of the Dark - 3 out of 4
  • The Eye - 2.5 out of 4
  • Fatal Attraction - 4 out of 4
  • The Fifth Wave - 3 out of 4
  • Final Destination - 3.5 out of 4
  • Final Destination 2 - 3 out of 4
  • Final Destination 3 - 2.5 out of 4
  • The Final Destination - 2 out of 4
  • Final Destination 5 - 3 out of 4
  • The First Purge - 3 out of 4
  • From Dusk Till Dawn - 4 out of 4
  • Get Out - 3 out of 4
  • Ghost Ship - 2 out of 4
  • Ghostbusters - 3.5 out of 4
  • Ghostbusters 2 - 2.5 out of 4
  • Ghostbusters 2016 - 2.5 out of 4
  • Green Inferno - 3 out of 4
  • Green Room - 3.5 out of 4
  • Greta - 4 out of 4
  • The Haunting of Bly Manor - 2 out of 4
  • Hellboy - 3 out of 4
  • Hellboy II: The Golden Army - 3 out of 4
  • Hereditary - 3.5 out of 4
  • The Hunt - 3 out of 4
  • I Am Legend - 3.5 out of 4
  • The Island of Dr. Moreau (77) - 3 out of 4
  • The Island of Dr. Moreau (96) - 2 out of 4
  • It Comes at Night - 2.5 out of 4
  • Justice League Dark - 4 out of 4
  • Justice League Dark: Apokolips War - 4 out of 4
  • Knock Knock - 3 out of 4
  • The Lazarus Project - 3 out of 4
  • Let Me In - 4 out of 4
  • Let the Right One In - 4 out of 4
  • The Lighthouse - 3.5 out of 4
  • Ma - 2.5 out of 4
  • Midsommar - 4 out of 4
  • The Midnight Meat Train - 3.5 out of 4
  • Monsterland - 4 out of 4
  • Night of the Living Dead - 4 out of 4
  • Oculus - 3 out of 4
  • The Omen - 3.5 out of 4
  • The Omen II: Damien - 2 out of 4
  • The Omen III: The Final Conflict - 1.5 out of 4
  • The Omen IV: The Awakening - 1 out of 4
  • The Omen remake - 3 out of 4
  • The Ominous Project Universe Presents: Monsters Are Real - 3.5 out of 4
  • Once Bitten - 2.5 out of 4
  • The Others - 3 out of 4
  • The Owners - 3 out of 4
  • Oz the Great and Powerful - 3.5 out of 4
  • The Pagemaster - 4 out of 4
  • Pan's Labyrinth - 4 out of 4
  • Pandorum - 2.5 out of 4
  • Perfect Getaway - 3.5 out of 4
  • Phantoms - 1.5 out of 4
  • Play Misty for Me - 3.5 out of 4
  • The Possession of Hannah Grace - 2.5 out of 4
  • The Purge - 3.5 out of 4
  • The Purge: Anarchy - 3 out of 4
  • The Purge: Election Year - 3 out of 4
  • The Purge: The Series, season 1 - 2.5 out of 4
  • The Purge: The Series, season 2 - 2 out of 4
  • Red Eye - 3.5 out of 4
  • Red Riding Hood - 1.5 out of 4
  • Return of the Creature - 1.5 out of 4
  • Return of the Killer Tomatoes - 1.5 out of 4
  • The Room (Olga Kurylenko) - 3.5 out of 4
  • Rosemary's Baby miniseries - 3.5 out of 4
  • Scrawl - 2 out of 4
  • Searching - 3.5 out of 4
  • Shaun of the Dead - 4 out of 4
  • Shut In - 1 out of 4
  • Sorority Row - 2.5 out of 4
  • Species - 3 out of 4
  • Species II - 2 out of 4
  • Species III - 2 out of 4
  • Species: The Awakening - 1 out of 4
  • The Stepfather (original) 3.5 out of 4
  • The Stepfather (remake) - 2 out of 4
  • Strangers on a Train - 4 out of 4
  • Suspiria (remake) - 3 out of 4
  • Tremors - 3.5 out of 4
  • Tremors 2: Aftershocks - 3 out of 4
  • Tremors 3: Back to Perfection - 3 out of 4
  • Tremors 4: The Legend Begins - 2 out of 4
  • Tremors 5: Bloodlines - 2.5 out of 4
  • Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell - 2.5 out of 4
  • Tremors: Shrieker Island - 3 out of 4
  • The Unborn - 2.5 out of 4
  • Unsolved Mysteries 2020 - 4 out of 4
  • Urban Legend - 2.5 out of 4
  • Urban Legends: The Final Cut - 2 out of 4
  • Urban Legends: Bloody Mary - 1.5 out of 4
  • Us - 4 out of 4
  • Velvet Buzzsaw - 2 out of 4
  • Vertigo - 3.5 out of 4
  • The War of the Worlds (53) - 3.5 out of 4
  • What We Do in the Shadows - 4 out of 4
  • What We Do in the Shadows, season 1 - 4 out of 4
  • What We Do in the Shadows, season 2 - 3.5 out of 4
  • White Noise - 2.5 out of 4
  • White Noise 2: The Light - 3 out of 4
  • Willard - 3.5 out of 4
  • The Witch - 2 out of 4
  • The Wizard of Oz - 4 out of 4
  • The Wolfman - 2.5 out of 4
  • The Woman in Black - 3.5 out of 4
  • The X-Files: Fight the Future - 3.5 out of 4
  • The X-Files: I Want to Believe - 2.5 out of 4
  • You Should Have Left - 2.5 out of 4

Conclusion

This year was a success. Out of all the movies/series I watched, there were only 10 that were below average and none of them were so horrible that they get a zero. For the most part, I was pleased and even impressed by the choices this year. What was on your watchlist? Comment below!

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