HMM Day 15 – Misery

The movie is a rollercoaster with your emotions which makes the end such a rewarding pay off. It’s amazing how a single person with no powers or scary features can strike so much fear. It’s a film that you will hold your breathe through the entire time and even in the end, when Paul fights for his freedom and life, we’re never truly sure if we can breathe.

HMM Day 14 – The Mutilator

It’s a cliche movie but a good re-discovery style slasher.

HMM Day 13 – Bad Milo!

This movie is pretty much the Incredible Hulk… but with a small monster that comes out of the ass of our character.

HMM Day 12 – 28 Days Later

I have always viewed zombies as a next step of human evolution. If you think of zombies, they’re perfect organisms that don’t age or suffer from disease. Their drive is more in tuned with nature in the sense that they only eat and stay dormant. They obviously don’t kill each other and disregard things like race, religion or political position. They aren’t using up resources like oxygen, water or causing traffic that makes me late for work! Zombies are the ultimate progression in mankind.

HMM Day 11 – Mimic

When I was fifteen years, twenty pounds and no kids ago; I worked at a summer camp as a cabin counselor in West Virginia. The camp was called Camp Tomahawk and was deep in the forest, probably an hour or two outside of Baltimore. The two weeks of orientation were always the best because it…

HMM Day 9 – Creature From The Black Lagoon

The year was 1923 and Universal Pictures made the silent film adaptation of Victor Hugo’s gothic novel, The Hunchback of Notre Dame. With its amazing sets of fifteen hundreds Paris and starring the makeup genius Lon Chaney as Quasimodo, the film was a huge success and is the most successful silent film. Chaney, a pioneer…