I haven't seen the full first season yet but each episode gets better and better, it has exactly what it needs to be a successful comedy horror. This won't be our only comedy horror by the way.
They then have to re-create the movie/create a new one themselves to escape it and its killer.
It's a funny slasher flick starring 'American Horror Story' alumn Taissa Farmiga and Malin Akerman of 'Watchmen'.
Dr. Andover (Robert Englund) can take your fears away, but every time he does, something goes wrong. This time, something has awakened from the fears of his patients.
Starring as mentioned the wonderful Robert Englund who for once doesn't just feel like he's putting good old Freddy Krueger into his performance plays the role of Dr. Andover well. I can't really say how he is exactly throughout the film as that would spoil things.
It also stars Brad Dourif's duaghter Fiona Dourif who is a wonderful actress, and the not so talented (in acting) Corey Taylor of Slipknot.
Despite a flawed reasoning behind why It follows (It's pretty much saying don't have sex, which is I'm guessing an homage to the lovely folk in old horror films who have sex and get killed straight after), it's a beautiful film in all rights, from the score to the direction, to the way the tale presents itself. It has a real fear element to it too which is exactly what a horror needs.
- THE DOOMS CHAPEL HORROR
"Faces. Some faces stay imprinted behind my closed eyelids like brands. Bill Oberst Jr's is still there, snarling at me; every last maniacal grimace begging me to follow him, sit with him, break bread with him. Break bones with him."
"Apart from a few minor gripes I think I may have fallen in love with 'The Dooms Chapel Horror'. It was well filmed, has line after line of quotable dialogue and has some of the best antagonists that I have seen of late. Watch this film and you will see why it is possibly the best found footage movie since 'The Blair Witch Project'."
I haven't actually seen the film yet, I have no idea why!
And my honourable mention is a game! Yes, a game!
- UNTIL DAWN
There would have likely been more if I'd seen some more decent horror flicks, unfortunately this year most of what I've seen completely sucked.
I'm sure the likes of Crimson Peak would be in here somewhere as it looks like the sort of horror I would love, and I'm sure Krampus would be in here too as I've always loved the child torturing beast.
Soon to come: Top anticipated horror movies of 2016.