Tori Danielle

Movie Review: RUST CREEK (2018)

Movie Review: RUST CREEK (2018)

Life often throws us curveballs. Sometimes it happens when we’re down on our luck and other times it’s when we feel high on life. Either way they tend to come out of nowhere and sometimes can change our journey completely. A life lesson that we never thought we’d have.

Blu-ray/DVD Review: THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN PART 2

Blu-ray/DVD Review: THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN PART 2

Hey vamps and weres, I’m back with my last review for the Twilight saga, BREAKING DAWN PART 2. I was super excited to look back on this film for the Twilight anniversary. This is probably one of my favorite ones from the saga and the end of a magical world.

Blu-ray/DVD Review: BREAKING DAWN PART 1 (2011)

Blu-ray/DVD Review: BREAKING DAWN PART 1 (2011)

As I mentioned last week, Nightmarish Conjurings is currently reviewing all the films in the Twilight Saga for its special anniversary. This time, I will be looking back on BREAKING DAWN PART 1.

Blu-ray/DVD Review: THE TWILIGHT SAGE: ECLIPSE (2010)

Blu-ray/DVD Review: THE TWILIGHT SAGE: ECLIPSE (2010)

Nightmarish Conjurings is currently reviewing all the films in the Twilight Saga for its special anniversary. Lucky for me (depending on who you ask), I get to review the next three films starting with ECLIPSE.

Movie Review: CUCUY: THE BOOGEYMAN (2018)

Movie Review: CUCUY: THE BOOGEYMAN (2018)

There’s a pretty fair chance that at once point in your life you’ve heard the phrase “you better be good, or the boogeyman will come after you,” or something along those lines. Every generation, culture, and individual has their own version of what the boogeyman is. In recent years, we’ve seen a lot of films about Krampus, which is essentially the European folklore’s version of the boogeyman. Krampus is known for punishing all the naughty children during the Christmas season.

Movie Review: DEAD LOVE (2018)

Movie Review: DEAD LOVE (2018)

If you thought the triangle relationship in Twilight was complicated, just wait until you see Wild Eye Releasing's DEAD LOVE. Not all love is meant to be and some can be deadly. 

Indie Documentary Review: FOR THE LOVE OF THE BOOGEYMAN: 40 YEARS OF HALLOWEEN (2018)

Indie Documentary Review: FOR THE LOVE OF THE BOOGEYMAN: 40 YEARS OF HALLOWEEN (2018)

If you know me, you know I"m not the biggest fan of HALLOWEEN. I don't hate it, I'm just more of a Freddy girl. He's a sarcastic little fucker like me and I can't help but love him. That being said, I still, and always will, appreciate HALLOWEEN for what it's done for horror and cinema in general. It's one of the most iconic films ever made with one of the most legendary horror icons to ever grace the screen. The Boogeyman. The Shape. Michael Myers. 

Seattle International Film Festival Review: SUSU (2017)

Seattle International Film Festival Review: SUSU (2017)

Sometimes I truly love going into a film knowing nothing about it. It's fun, mysterious, and you have absolutely no idea what to expect. It's a different experience from all the mainstream films that are hyped up and you already know a good chunk about the characters and can even guess what may happen. 

Tribeca Film Festival Movie Review: BRAID (2018)

Tribeca Film Festival Movie Review: BRAID (2018)

Growing up, I loved playing make believe. There was something truly magical about it and I know that is what spawned my love for fantasy and horror. Anything can happen when you use your imagination. However, that's not always a good thing - like in the new horror thriller, BRAID

The Overlook Film Festival Movie Review: THE FARM

The Overlook Film Festival Movie Review: THE FARM

Sometimes volunteering to watch a film you know nothing about can take you on a fucked up journey. Or at least that can be said after viewing something like THE FARM. Man, was that a trip.