My top 10 horror movies! Grab your popcorn and your tablet, it’s about to be on!
After each selection, Ryan gives his two cents on whether he agrees or not. If he doesn’t agree, you can pretty much you can ignore that part! 🙂
10) Jeepers Creepers
After I saw this movie, I started believing in the horror genre again. There was something very frustrating going on throughout the movie: dying cell phones, uncooperative small town diner folk, creepy cat lady. All these trite goings-on leading up to what should probably be a showdown between good and evil. Wrong. When Darry falls down storm pipe leading to an unknown hole, we are relieved to know that he’d landed unharmed. But as he the camera pans up and around the catacomb, we see the terrifying place as he gently dusts himself off. And it’s only more disturbing when he encounters a young man, bound, but still alive and staring at him with fear in his eyes. This was the last movie I watched before I went to Field Training the next day.
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Ryan’s two cents: Scary, frustrating, entertaining, nail biting, and more. And I fucking hate scary movies.