They Look Like People (2015)
All I’d heard going in to this is that people seemed quite pleased when it hit Netflix. Considering the offerings there are getting worse for horror film fans, I was fine with a quality psycho-thriller. For the tinfoil hat wearing types, or those that have lived closely with those exhibiting untreated paranoid schizophrenia, this is a good watch. I love how the illness is portrayed and how the lead experiences the world around him. I’ve grumbled about mental illness in film before and They Look Like People is the dead opposite. It is what it is here, and they do look like people.
It also has that kind of ending I consider perfect, though I’m sure some viewers may disagree due to lack of riding off into some sort of sunset with handfuls of clonazepam and a nice shot of haldol.
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A house divided against itself cannot stand! This week Wes and Lydia are certainly divided on the Blumhouse spookfest; Oculus. Oh boy is the snark strong with this one! An antique mirror possessed by an unknown entity drives a normal family to the edge of madness that ends in bloody murder. Years later the two surviving children are reunited with one of them intent on keeping the vow they made as children; to destroy the mirror once and for all.
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A long weekend deserves a long episode! This time we tackle our first horror anthology and I can’t think of a better one to start with than the 1982 film; Creepshow. Also, Wes and Lydia get their geek on and talk all about horror’s relationship with comic books Also, Wes talks about his own creepshow involving a lot of maggots. For more episodes check out splatterpictures.net