This is Dan Bell. (YouTube) Hey kids! Have you wanted to visit a haunted house in the middle of the night (or during the day for that matter)? How about seeing said haunted house from the comfort of your own home? How about seeing said haunted house from the comfort of your home with a high quality picture, good lighting and flows at a good quality frame-rate without urban … Continue reading This is Dan Bell. (YouTube)

Crimson Peak (2015) Movie Review

Well folks, it’s that time of year again, so why not do something spooky/gothic/horror in nature?  What’s that?  You want me to take a break from all of those Batman reviews I’ve been doing?  Well, I’m not finished with that, but since Batman Returns is effectively a Christmas movie, there’s time enough.  So, with that being said, this is Crimson Peak. Directed by Guillermo Del … Continue reading Crimson Peak (2015) Movie Review

The Haunting (1963) Movie Review

The story of The Haunting was originally a novel called The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson (A writer who influenced both Neil Gaiman and Stephen King), and is considered 1 of the best literary ghost stories of the 20th century.  Written in 1959 and proving to be popular, it was only a matter of time until a film adaption would be created.  However, … Continue reading The Haunting (1963) Movie Review

The Conjuring (2013) Movie Review

Directed by James Wan, who is widely known for directing the 1st SAW movie back in 2004, The Conjuring is a supernatural horror movie that is closer to being a chapter in an autobiography rather than any old haunted-house flick.  Why do I say this?  Because the film’s focus on Ed and Lorraine Warren is just as, if not more important than the story itself. … Continue reading The Conjuring (2013) Movie Review