Top ten horror flicks 2012!
MY top ten horror flicks of 2012!
This is always a difficult list to make. Sadly, this year wasn’t the strongest year for the horror genre. The good ones were good, the not so good ones were… Uh, not so good to say the least.
I did not get a chance to watch Sinister, the Collection, Kill List, or Silent Night. So this top ten will be based on what I have already seen during 2012.
Just keep in mind, that this list is based on my opinions and my opinions alone. You may choose to disagree or agree if you want. Without any further hesitation, here we go!
10.The Woman In Black
09.The Tall Man
07.The Devil’s Carnival
01.Cabin In The woods
There you have it folks, my top ten of 2012. I’m very glad to have spent it watching some good and bad horror flicks, and telling all of you what I think of them. Most importantly I’m glad to have the support of all you who still send requests, all of you who keep this very fun for me! Thank you all for sharing a new year in horror with me, here’s to 2013 being a better year for all of us, and for the horror genre!
Bloody Birthday (1981)
Three babies are born in the same small town of Meadowlands, CA at the same time during a solar eclipse. Almost ten years later they’re all friends and they’re about to celebrate their 10th birthday. Instead of new shiny bikes or toys these kids want blood, and lots of it.
This film is just a good damn time, plenty of nudity, a lot of boobs and things done to boobs that you don’t see nowadays. Lots of blood, and these little rascals know how to play innocent right after committing gruesome crimes.
The film has a nice pace, the whole movie goes pretty smoothly and doesn’t take too long to get things rolling. The blood is what you expect from an 80’s slasher film, a lot of cheesiness but a lot of cool deaths (arrow through eye)!
A very fun movie with a lot of death. If you can watch it I strongly suggest that you do if you’re looking for an awesome popcorn slasher flick!
Don’t forget the cake.
7/10 rotting corpses
The Breed (2006)
A group of college kids go to a house in a remote island that belonged to two of the kid’s uncle to relax and have fun before finals. We meet the group at once, and you really can’t get more stereotypical than these characters. Within the first night they find a stray puppy, when the puppy runs away one of the girls runs off to catch it, alongside one of the guys join. When she finally catches up to the pup and calls for him a bigger, and much more aggressive dog pounces on her and ends up taking a bite. As they rush her off into the house and clean up her wounds they want to go back home, after she reassures them that she’s fine they decide to stay.
That’s when things start going awry, and when we find out that there’s more than just one angry dog on the island. The island is practically deserted from wild animals and people. When the girl who gets bit starts feeling sick and there’s a mishap with a now and arrow the group are left stranded inside a house, while a pack of dogs surround the outside of the house.
The film does pack quite a lot of action. First and foremost don’t expect to see mutant dogs, or a ton of cgi, or even werewolves, what we’re dealing with are real dogs, that have real vicious thoughts, they team up in attacks, and they are anything but friendly.
Throughout the film there’s plenty of laughs, dogs will jump through windows, into water, or attack all at once. They’re smart, which makes them extremely terrifying, and the deaths that follow are equally as funny as they ate terrifying (terrifying if you’re afraid of dog bites, which might raise the tension while watching this) but the blood/gore isn’t overdone, in fact it’s rather minimal.
The plot is there, although with a lot of holes and no real answers. What really becomes the icing to this film is Michelle Rodriguez, not only is she a babe but she seems to be the only one who could get the acting done right in the movie. She killed this role. This movie is worth a watch, even if it’s just once. It’s far from boring, will keep you entertained, and do I have to mention what a babe Michelle Rodriguez is?
The only things that would take away from this movie being a GREAT movie would be the crappy acting by the supporting class, the plot holes, and maybe some more deaths. Overall? Fun film, good laughs, and plenty of dogs for all of you dog lovers.
6.75/10 rotting corpses