My favourite scary movies quotes🎃👻💀


Hello guys! Welcome back to my blog, if you are new here, I don’t usually post so much outside of books, but this is one of my favourite times of the year, and as a HUGE horror film fan I am loving the run up to Halloween this year!

To celebrate one of my fave times of the year, I’m going to be sharing my top ten favourite horror film quotes hope you don’t scare easily…

Do you like scary movies? (Scream, 1996)

Do you want to play a game? (Saw, 2004)

Sometimes, dead is better. (Pet Semetary, 1989)

Whatever you do, don’t fall asleep. (Nightmare on Elm Street, 1984)

Heeeeeeeere’s Johnny! (The Shining, 1980)

You’ll float too. (IT, 2017)

I see dead people. (The Sixth Sense, 1999)

Hi, I’m Chucky. Wanna play? (Child’s Play, 1988)

I’m having an old friend of mine for dinner. (The Silence of the Lambs, 1991)

We all go a little mad sometimes. (Psycho, 1960)

And there you have my top ten horror film quotes! I do love a good horror film, all year round not just at Halloween but at least during October, it becomes more acceptable to quote horror films…

Happy almost Halloween, Em xx

P.S… I’m your boyfriend now, Nancy…

Pet Semetary, Stephen King – A Review. [SPOILERS]

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Hello my wonderful followers!

I set myself a goal to read Pet Semetary before the new adaptation came out in England (I have a big thing about reading a book before I watch the film) and I’m so excited to say I finished it! And because I finished it, that means review time…

Overall I’d give Pet Semetary by Stephen King 4.5 out of 5 stars. In my opinion, not his best work, but pretty damn close.

In my head, I knew a vague idea of the story already, but nothing prepared me for actually reading it. I wanted to cry at certain points, but mostly, mostly it just really bloody scared me. 

Not only are the characters so well developed, to the point you feel you know them, but the scene is also set brilliantly when they’re actually visiting the Pet Semetary you feel as though you’re there with them, you can almost feel the wind on your face and see the stony soil as they’re digging it up.

Whilst the book didn’t come to the “main event” until about 80% in it didn’t once feel boring or too slow. And the last 80% was just a rollercoaster of emotions. I was not prepared at all for the twist – which goes to show King’s writing ability.

I personally thought Louis Creed was losing his mind, but then again his son had just died, he had dug him back up again and he’d just found his father figure and wife dead, but the twist, wooow. I was not prepared at all! I think once I read the twist and got my head around it, it made the book for me, which is why I gave it 9/10.

I really enjoyed Pet Semetary and I can’t wait to see how they portray it in the film, I think Ellie dies instead of Gage? So that will be an interesting take.

Have you read Pet Semetary? Let me know your thoughts below. 

Until next time! Xx