For the month of October, I joined a 31 Days of Horror Movies challenge. But book, wine, and tea reviews will be back in November.
Never saw the first two, but this one came into the library, so I thought I would give it a watch. Other than, what the hell is Darth Maul doing at the end?, I enjoyed it.
I jumped a few times (didn’t even see them coming). The story line wasn’t anything original, but that’s fine, because it worked. It was nice that the family actually believed the main character, and did what they could to help. I might even watch the other two.