Since Horizon Forbidden West is still a relatively new game, I have tried hard not to reveal to many plot details in my piece. But I do discuss some, so if you don’t want to know anything about the story, maybe wait until after you’ve played the game. ~~~ Horizon Zero Dawn is one of […]Read More On Horizon Forbidden West and the End of Aloy’s Exile
The Long Walk (Laos, 2022) is a slow-burning blend of genres. It’s horror and science fiction. It’s a ghost story, time travel story, serial killer story, character study and Buddhist morality tale. It is a solid movie, very well-made, and builds to a devastating finish. A man tries to save himself from the pain of […]Read More The Long Walk (Laos, 2022)
So last year, I actually did 31 days of horror. I just didn’t write about all the films. My eye was injured and the resulting eye full of ghost blood that only I could see meant that both reading and writing were more tiring than they have been in the past. I am doing a […]Read More Spookoween 2021: 31 Days of Horror, Part I
This year I went to the Toronto International Film Festival as an accredited cub reporter for the Soldier of Cinema website. By “went” I mean that I watched 16 films as part of the digital festival. You can read all my pieces here. I was most excited about seeing Jean Luc Herbulot’s Saloum and Arsalan […]Read More Carol Goes to the Toronto International Film Festival 2021!
Part III brings more cats and especially black cats or at least panthers. More Bela Lugosi. More werewolves and vampires. Lionel Atwill returns bringing more mad science. There are ghouls both metaphorical and supernatural. Nils Asther plays a yogi but there is also actual Indian horror! Folk horror, both British and American and maybe Indian, […]Read More Spookoween 2019: 31 Days of Horror, Part III