Supernatural Movies [Retro Reviews]
This week Part-Time Characters goes back in time to review some classic horror/supernatural movies. We did our best to keep a brave face. It's another special episode of Retro Reviews, where we each pick a movie we haven't seen but we have been meaning to watch for quite some time. Then we all discuss them and decide if they live up to the hype.
One of us watched the original Ghosbusters, a perfect blend of comedy and horror, but they were less than impressed by it. Can you guess who it was? Then we discuss a major horror film that came out in the early 2000s, The Others. If this movie didn't make you keep the lights on at night, you are immune to ghosts and anything supernatural. Last but not least, we review a 70s cult classic, Suspiria. With the remake just announced last week with a teaser trailer, we decided to check out the original film and boy, it's a lot of fake blood, red velvet and dubbed dialogue.
Question of the Week: What supernatural movie scared the life outta you?
Adonis's Question: Playstation or Xbox?
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This week's cast: Maria Garcia, Bridget Serdock and Adonis Gonzalez
Music: Great Days by Joakim Karud