Thursday morning when I heard about the bear on the west side of Grand Rapids, I was mildly concerned, because I live around that area, and until that moment, I was really only worried about skunks.
I say mildly worried, because I thought, “Oh, I might come across one around my trash cans, better be aware...
Next up on my list of Michigan Horror Movies for Halloween is the third installment of The Butterfly Effect. Subtitled "Revelations", this movies seems a bit more straightforward than the original, where every time Ashton Kutcher goes back in time, his life gets more and more screwed up. This time, a different guy goes back, and seems to have his s*** together a bit better.
Okay, not rea
This next Michigan Horror Movie for Halloween is a tricky one, in a few ways. First off, it has different names, either "The Chaos Experiment", or "The Steam Experiment". Second, you can't stream the damn thing to be able to watch it. If you have Netflix DVD delivery, you can get it.
Last night, I watched what had popped up on my Google search on scary movies related to Michigan. I probably should have looked closer into this one, even though it has "Monsters" in the title. I thought, "Great! A monster movie!"
Nope...totally a crap movie that just happened to have monsters in the background.
For today's installment of Michigan Horror Movies for Halloween, I watched Jingles the Clown last night. It was made in Ypsilanti, MI, and set in "Michigan", and they weren't very specific, making it "the middle of nowhere". Is anyone going to be mad to not get location credit in this movie? No.