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Editor's Note: What follows is a critical analysis of Unsane as well as a personal account of one of our writer's experiences with mental illness.


Disclaimer: This review is for entertainment purposes only and contains no legal advice. If you find yourself holding a loaded gun locked in a haunted mansion with a prize on the line, bring a carrier pigeon to contact your lawyer for advice. This review also contains SPOILERS; so if you were not alive when either of these films were released, based on our demographics, kindly observe them before reading. Its the shiver and shake, quiver and quake picture of the year! [That was an actual tagline]

Disclaimer: Ahead be spoilers for a 20-year-old movie. Turn back if you have not watched this film four times on TBS Superstation. Second of all, DON’T HIT ANYONE WITH YOUR CAR! Also, this is a piece of legal entertainment and the following is not legal advice and is meant to be entertainment. If you hit someone with your car, might I suggest contacting independent legal advice before trying to catch a killer fisherman… (pun intended).

Here at Bloody Good Horror we spend much of our time talking about good movies and bad movies alike, and picking apart the things that place titles in either category.

Disclaimer: This article is meant as entertainment and is not legal advice. Please consult independent legal counsel if you plan on burning a cult leader’s initials into your skin and before joining a cult in the first place. At least paying your lawyer’s fees is a legal form of masochism. 

Editor's Note: In Extremis is an ongoing series that will address your burning legal plot hole queries from horror cinema. Example topics include but are not limited to, “Are blobs people in the eyes of the law?” or “Is the creature from The Thing just gerrymandering?”. Adam is BGH's official unofficial lawyer who continues to make our decisions regrettable and reminds everyone to never, ever listen to our advice. This time Adam considers whether or a not the undead can be jailed for causing a victim to give up the ghost.

Editor's Note: Team BGH welcomes Adam as our newly established legal correspondent! Adam has been on retainer since he selflessly offered his expertise pro bono regarding Joe's Beer Gutz segment on Episode 434: Squirm. He continues to make our decisions regrettable and reminds everyone to never, ever listen to our advice. In Extremis will cover all your burning legal plot hole queries from horror cinema. Example topics include but are not limited to, “Are blobs people in the eyes of the law?” or “Is the creature from The Thing just gerrymandering?”. This time Adam takes a look at the dubious legalities of the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise

Here at Bloody Good Horror we spend much of our time talking about good movies and bad movies alike, and picking apart the things that place titles in either category.

Nope, we won't talk about 2017 anymore. It’s over. We’re putting it behind us and pretending it never happened.


Here’s to 2018! Enjoy a round-up of month by month horror related releases!

Here at Bloody Good Horror we spend much of our time talking about good movies and bad movies alike, and picking apart the things that place titles in either category.