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Sunday, November 13, 2022

October Movies! Late Halloween Post

 So yes, this is late. I had a house guest from out of state and an unexpected death in the family, so this post is way later than it should be.

I want to let you know what I watched for October. My favorite genre of films and my favorite Holiday. Here we go!

I am going to list these by where I watched in case anyone is looking for the title.

Tubi: Wait Til Helen Comes (based on a children's book),  Murder of Innocence (the story of Laurie Dunn), Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)

Hulu: Abandoned, Run

Shudder: The Watcher

Netflix: Midnight Mass (limited series, not a movie)

Paramount +: Significant Other

Peacock: Stir of Echoes

Prime: Lavender, The Blackwell Ghost 7

So October was a bit of a blend of suspense, science fiction, a few scares, and even a true story. Some of these were old favorites. I was also able to catch some new releases. 

I really enjoyed all of these! I honestly can't say I didn't find any of them entertaining. By far my favorite watch was The Blackwell Ghost 7. After having seen part 6 of the films, I wasn't expecting much. I was highly surprised and honestly jumped a few times. I am a seasoned pro! It takes a lot for me to jump! So if you haven't heard of The Blackwell Ghost you might want to give the first movie a try. I know it was available on Tubi for free the last time I checked.

Book Review: Every Last Secret by A. R. Torre

 Although all the characters were nasty jerks, I somehow couldn't put this down! The writing was well done and the story flowed nicely. I enjoyed all the wickedness!

Book Review: The Island by Adrian McKinty

 This was definitely a non-stop action, thriller. It felt a bit like Chainsaw Massacre on an Island. 

I did have an issue with the kids, and that is all I will say about that.

It should make a good movie as it has some strange island characters, lots of bad decisions, and a whole lot of action.

It's a quick 3 star read!

Book Review: Hidden Pictures by Jason Rekulak


This was a really quick read, BUT, so much of it was literally not believable. The book started well and flowed nicely. Near the middle the book started to veer off track. By the ending the book was derailed.  I can't say much without spoilers. I was left disappointed and distracted.