No One Gets Out Alive follows a standard formula of jump scares, ominous nightly appearances, and a sense of isolation for the protagonist as well as a nice ending that ties everything up in a spooky bow.
As a horror flick about a mysterious monster hunting down a group of friends while the four men attempt to repair their friendship through the horrific experience of unintentionally being hunted down by a monster, overall definitely a fun movie, but not exactly one that stands out.
The eeriest part of the movie was the sound of the locusts. If you have a fear of bugs, you'll likely get some chills, just because it is a movie abou
Fear Street Part 2: 1978 hits all the right notes for the classic campgrounds becomes killing grounds movie a la Friday The 13th.
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I watched His House for Hallowe'en -- a horror film about guilt and regret... that falls flat.
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A review of the spooky Netflix adaptation of The Haunting of Hill House with a little twist reveal at the end!