2015 Watched List Part 38

Over the past year I have seen an incredible amount of films and I have decided to share with you all which ones I have seen in what order. I am going to be doing these in groups of ten, where I will pick my favourite of the bunch and the worst of the bunch.

So without further ramblings here we go with 381 – 390:

  1. Friday the 13th New Blood logo This seventh instalment in the franchise actually is one of the best as we follow a woman with telekinetic powers go against Jason.
  2. Pulse logo This is the original because you know me I watch the remakes first, this story follows the dead trying to find their way back into the world by literally making people fade away.
  3. Nightmare Code logo This low budget sci-fi film follows a programmer trying to figure out what is wrong with the program as we watch from the programs point of view.
  4. Shutter logo Yes another original that I saw the remake first and this time I felt the story is nearly the same but I think this has a greater horror feel about it.
  5. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl logo This is the charming film following a teenager who is struggling to find his place who befriends a dying girl where they give each other hope.
  6. Akira logo This classic animated film that is dark in it own right will always stand tall against the friendly animation we see.
  7. South Part Bigger Longer and Uncut – I know this has appeared before but I can just watch this film when I am bored.
  8. A Tale of Two Sisters logo The third original I have seen after the remake and though I think this was the weakest of the three it still just as effective as a horror film.
  9. Casper casper Every bodies favourite friendly ghost who was also the first ever CGI main character.
  10. All Cheerleaders Die logo This horror comedy that was about cheerleaders who get killed and come back t get revenge on the people who killed them.

The Best – Me and Earl and the Dying Girllogo

The Worst – All Cheerleaders Die, but this was a hard pick I liked all of these films.logo

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