ravaged rouge floating.
watery eyes fixed waiting.
blade like grey cutting through mass.
teeth sharp, like blades of grass.
black pools of despair, rolling like marbles, 21 more words
The horror genre has a plot cliché unlike any other. While every type of film suffers from its own potential to do predictable and over-tired forms of set up, very few are as catching as the “monster one-up.” What I mean by that is: the film overtly states the superiority of its monster by having it destroy another monster from a previous movie. 807 more words