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My Thoughts on True Blood Season 5 Episode 3

  What a disappointment... no more nicknames for Bill and Eric! It's hard to come up with good ones. Here are a few terrible ones I came up with: Sookie Lover 1&2, Sookie Hater 3&4, Team Don't Stake Me, Tall & Short, Mr. Sex Addiction & Mr. Lover Man, or Damon & Stefan. Not sure why those last names sound familiar. Oh well, onto my thoughts on episode 3, “Whatever I Am, You Made Me.”   Let me start with an "I told you so." Last week I said the Rev knew someone important. The next Nan, that is too funny. I have to say that is a good job of writing him back into the show with the perfect role. As Roman spoke, who else was thinking that woman can't be trusted? And sleeping with Bill and Eric, shame!   Good to see another week of loyalty between the two, especially after that extremely interesting flashback. No way did I think we would ever see Bill and Lorena in Pam’s flashback. Funny how back then the roles were reversed, as Eric wa

My Thoughts on True Blood Season 5 Episode 2

  Before I begin with my thoughts on last night’s episode, let me answer the “who would I want as my maker” question from last week. At first I was thinking Eric or Bill because they seem willing to go the extra mile to protect their own, but screw that. I have to go with Pam. Yea, she might let me eventually get staked, but she is hilarious. It would definitely be a fun ride. So now onto my thoughts on episode 2, “Authority Always Wins.”   So where to begin…all right Arlene and Terry. Terry is still being Mr. Grumpy Pants, and even smacked her. Not good! Nice try at the Paranormal Activity moment, but he’s not that scary. His flashbacks go too fast for me to see anything important happening besides the usual war stuff. I was hoping we wouldn’t see Patrick again, but I knew that wasn’t going to happen. They might go looking for this other guy, but I’m sure it is Patrick, or a sleep walking Terry who is setting these fires.   Speaking of fires, what happen to the days of j


  Talk about a movie that is all about expectations. For many, this is the biggest, most anticipated movie of the summer not named "Avengers," or "Dark Knight." For others like myself, definitely an important movie, but just could never get sucked into all the hype. So here are some thoughts on what I expected, and turned out seeing from "Prometheus."   After making a big discovery on Earth, Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace), and Charlie Holloway (Logan Marshall-Green) are convinced that mankind isn’t alone. They set off with a crew on a space voyage to another planet. Upon landing there, they venture into structure that opens up just as many questions for them as answers, along with some unexpected danger.     Probably the biggest expectation from this movie is how much would it incorporate "Alien." Would it truly be a prequel, or its own movie? Well, besides one major moment, and some similarities here and there, it really is its own

My Thoughts on True Blood Season 5 Episode 1

  Naked people. Blood splattering. Rock Band. Wise remarks. “Fuck” being said about 20-30 times. Ok, maybe not Rockband, but that all must mean True Blood is back! The wait is over and the vampires have returned for another wild ride. Like the past two seasons, HorrO is back with my thoughts on each episode. This year I'm going try to keep this more to my thoughts and less on plots details. I'm assuming you've seen the episode, if not, take this as your spoiler alert! It's been a long wait so let me begin with my thoughts on episode 1, “Turn! Turn! Turn!”   Let me start off with where they ended the season last year, Tara getting shot. Now we know why they did the maker’s day promotion, and why the episode is called “Turn! Turn! Turn!” It was all about Tara becoming a vampire. Obviously they didn’t kill her off, which is why I didn’t think it was that shocking of a season finale last year. I do have to say I’m excited that she is finally a vampire because I’ve


  Snow White on a horror blog? Never thought she would make an appearance on my site, but stranger things have happened. I guess it’s not that big of a stretch considering the story is about an evil Queen wanting the heart of a young girl. That sounds like horror to me. So what does “Snow White and The Huntsman” have to offer considering it isn’t exactly the Disney version?   The story starts, as Snow White (Kristen Stewart), is welcomed into this world. While great things appear destined for the young girl, things change when her mother passes away, and an evil force comes for her father, the King. The evil Queen Ravenna (Charlize Theron) doesn’t waste time spreading her evil throughout the kingdom, including locking up Snow White in the castle. The adventure begins once Snow White seizes the opportunity to escape.   There are a few things that stand out about this movie. The first is what a great job they do with the scenery, and keeping the fairytale feel throughout the