Moria gives it 2 out of 5 stars and says it "does not hold up that well today" and that "not a lot seems to make sense in terms of what is happening". Horrorpedia calls it "needlessly overwrought" and closes with this: "If you have a morbid fear of being slowly squashed by some costumed-loons, there could be food for thought here yet".
I watch horror movies all year but don't post them as I watch them. I schedule them so they'll be scattered through the year except for October when I post more of them. But still, the fact is I didn't watch Crowhaven Farm yesterday. What we did watch yesterday was The Wolf Man and Creature from the Black Lagoon. These are movies I've seen before many times, and I don't tend to write new posts about films like that. Here are the posts on them:
The Wolf Man (1941)
Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954)
The Husband is on vacation this coming week, and a trip -even a little trip- is financially unwise right now. We had plans for seasonal outdoor activities only to be hit with heat in the 90s F. We decided to plunge ourselves into reliving fun monster/horror movies of the past instead. 'Tis the season and all that. I'm letting him select what we watch. He does not like jump scenes, blood, intense suspense, subtitles... As I write this on Friday night he's cooking waffles:
After supper, we watched this: