So, I'm no movie critic, but...

I know what I like and I know what I don't. When I'm home sick I tend to like to watch cheesy horror. Netflix is riddled with it. It's something you don't have to think about and sometimes it's so silly that it makes it fun. Well I generally go on titles because you usually know you have a winner. (that was totally sarcastic) I picked "The bleeding house" I totally thought it was going to be an amityville rip off. (I probably spelled that wrong) Anyway, I was pleasantly surprised. I actually like it. I thought the acting was good and it held my attention. I'd give it 3 our of 5 stars. I had to close my eyes a few times, but that's okay. I don't mind. It was overly gory as gory goes these days. I'm not into gore. But I admit, it wasn't what I was expecting. I like when movies surprise me.

The second one I watched was called "The Burrowers"  When I picked it I thought it was called "the Borrowers." LOL, I totally had a whole other scenario going. It was set in the old west and I thought it sounded really cheesy. WRONG. I thought this was a really good suspenseful thriller. I give it 4 stars. It took me by surprise and I was hooked in till the end. It totally made me hate what this country's history is. (Killing Native Americans.) But that was the underlying theme. Well the underlying theme was how white men screwed up the balance between nature and people. I know I'm ruining it but it was good. You should check it out. If you hate it, oh well. I enjoyed it. It wasn't standard formula. They totally didn't mind killing characters off that you weren't expecting.  

Well, like I said, I'm not a movie critic but I know what i like and what I don't.   or