Review: The Suicide Squad (2021)

Have you ever fallen in love with a movie? Like, a love-at-first-sight, head-over-heels, grinning like a mad woman sort of love?

That’s how I’ve felt the past several days, after being invited to not one, but TWO advanced screenings of The Suicide Squad.

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Anime I’ve Watched Recently #4

We are back, my friends. Another month of anime, another post of recommendations. If you wanna check out my profile on My Anime List, click here.

I’d like to add that I’ve been continuing on my Naruto journey during all of this, but I haven’t gotten far enough yet to merit more commentary. I also rewatched Death Parade, which you can read about in my first Anime I’ve Watched Recently post. Aside from those and the below, I’ve started a handful of shows for article research. But we’ll get to those next week when I’ve gotten through more episodes.

Now, let’s get started:

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The Empty Man: A Discussion of the Comic and Film

About the comic: “After the harrowing attack at the precinct, Langford and Jensen continue to follow the tenuous leads they’ve uncovered, traversing deeper and deeper into the dark underbelly of the Witness cult. But will they find the kidnapped children before Patient Zero strikes again?

About the film: “On the trail of a missing girl, an ex-cop comes across a secretive group attempting to summon a terrifying supernatural entity.”

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Haunt Movies to Get You in the Halloween Mood

Haunted houses are kind of a thing in my family. My mom, my brother, and myself have all worked in one, at some point. That’s where my best friend and I became friends, many years ago. I love Halloween events like Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando. I’ve been a scareactor, makeup artist, and worked on sets. I’ve been behind the scenes at some of the coolest haunts I’ve ever been to. And now, I’ve passed along my love for haunts to my nieces, who have become my haunt buddies the last two years. (Each girl pictured above at their first house they ever went through.)

With everything this year, it’s looking like the girls and I may be skipping out on haunts. So, to keep the feeling alive, I’ve been binge-watching some movies in one of my favorite sub genres of horror: haunt attractions going awry.

So, I decided to share a list with some of my favorites. I’m always finding more to watch, so not everything is on here that could be, I’m sure. But hopefully you’ll find some spooky haunt movies to keep the spirit alive if you are also missing haunts this year.

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