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Showing posts from August, 2015


August 14, 2009 will always be a special day for me. It was when I went from being a just horror fan watching horror movies to a participant in the world of horror. It was when I created  HorrO’s Gory Reviews , and formally introduced myself to the horror world as HorrO. Go figure my first review wasn’t even a horror movie, but a sci-fi one (District 9). Hey, I was a rookie, plus I got to see the movie before its official release. I’ve gone from being a rookie to creating HorrO’s House of Horror, and couldn’t be happier about it. Now if you will bear with me for a little self-promotion, and some “thank-you’s.” I want to celebrate  HorrO’s Gory Reviews ’ 6-year anniversary by thanking all those who have taken the time to read at least one review. It means something to know someone has read your work. I certainly want to thank those who have been with me from the beginning because without you there might not have been even a second or third year anniversary.


The nation’s insatiable appetite for AMC’s “The Walking Dead” will continue to terrify Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort when the most intense moments from season 5 of the critically-acclaimed, Emmy Award®-winning television series take a bite out of “Halloween Horror Nights,” beginning Friday, September 18, 2015.  Attempts to evade the terror of the undead and the inhumane brutality of mankind will be the underlying theme of these mazes as guests navigate authentic three-dimensional recreations of one of television’s most talked about shows, “The Walking Dead.” Following in the footsteps of “The Walking Dead” cast, guests will begin their journey at the Terminus safe-haven compound, where an unspeakable hunger has consumed the demented souls of those dwelling within. As the chaos ensues, guests will encounter even greater atrocities as they stumble upon dismembered “W” walkers, witness the horror of victims besieged by the living dead, and s


John Connor sends Kyle Reese back in time to protect Sarah Connor, but when he arrives in 1984, nothing is as he expected it to be. Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Clarke, Emilia Clarke  Directed by: Alan Taylor Written by: Laeta Kalogridis, and Patrick Lussier   The franchise with one of the craziest story lines is the Matrix. However, the Terminator franchise might be catching up to that. For the Terminator franchise, they seem to continually want to go back to the where the technology for the robots is created. Yes, it's a good idea within the plots of the movies, but from a movie watching experience it seems to be getting old already. At this point, lets just move on from after Judgment Day.    A lot of the plot in "Terminator Genisys" centers around time travel, and the repercussions that has. First a terminator goes back in time, and then Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) follows. When he goes back it seriously seems like the audience is