😱🎬🧛♂️💀NIGHT HORROR💀🧛♂️🎬😱 This night I will watch this brutal films!! Ouija 1 & 2, good horror films directed by Stiles White and Mike Flanagan. In the one, Teens involuntarily wake up to a dark powerful force when they use an Ouija board to try to communicate with a friend who died recently. In the second, in Los Angeles in 1967, a widowed mother and her two daughters added a new trick to strengthen their scamming business of spiritualism and without realizing it invite an evil spirit into their home. When the youngest daughter is possessed by the implacable spirit, this little family must face unthinkable fears. After, Tales from the Crypt Presents: Bordello of Blood directed by Gilbert Adler, A detective helps the employee of a televangelist who loses a man in a brothel full of vampires. And last The Sentinel, directed by Michael Winner, A young woman is terrified of supernatural forces when she moves to a strange house located in New York.💀👹💀🎬😱!!
When the movie is this good, you have to fully insert yourself into it. Literally! 🎥
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2 days ago
🎬🎂HAPPY DEATH DAY SAGA🎂🎬
Funny horror slasher movies directed by Christopher B. Landon. In the first, a masked killer kills Tree Gelbman, a university student. From then on, she relives the same day from early in the morning, again and again, unable to find out who murders her every day. And the second chapter, tree Gelbman re-enters the time loop to find out why he entered the first time. However, Lori has risen and intends to take revenge on Tree.🎂🎂💀💀💀💀🎬😱
Movies touch our hearts and awaken our vision, and change the way we see things. They take us to other places, they open doors and minds. Movies are the memories of our life time, we need to keep them alive.⠀
- Martin Scorsese⠀
Happy 77th birthday!⠀
Have you seen The Irishman yet?⠀
I encourage you to see it in the cinema if you can. Don’t be scared by the runtime. It’s the best film of the year with amazing performances!⠀ @iampatrickm
So glad to finally have all the Showa films on Blu-ray, and this packaging is a stunner. I’m seeing a lot of hate for its unwieldy size, but I couldn’t imagine it any other way!
A big beer is required for the occasion.