|We will miss you, "Major Tom"!|
I guess that's one advantage of living a partially dull life focusing solely on filling my belly, helping my folks with the bills, exercising enough brain power and motivation to go and live through work, and enjoying my personal hobbies as I tend to block out a lot of things around me and just try to live a life best suited to my needs and wants. Yes, I am aware what is happening around me will and always affect my life, and yes there were some personal struggles I went through this year, but what year hadn't? By focusing on the positives, no matter how big or small it is, I believe I got around quite okay and I am looking forward to doing the same next year.
Now, as a horror blogger, I have to also admit that I hadn't watched a lot of horror flicks this 2016. I believe 2016 was the year I toned down on the horror movies and instead got my horror fix by listening to Youtube narrations of Reddit Let's Not Meet stories and creepypastas. It's mostly due to the fact that I somehow began busying myself with my comic project back at my Deviantart page and I was aiming to do enough strips for a book. Whenever I did got into watching horror movies, though, I was careful and selective, meaning I read through the feedbacks first before heading on and actually seeing the movie, so I kinda cheated my way into the good films and almost left out the bad.
|What I was busying myself with...|
"Almost" as I did managed to see some stinkers like Stephen King's Cell, Before I Wake, Cabin Fever (2016), Friend Request (2016), Smothered (2016) and Light's Out, all of which mishandled potentials, save for Light that I honestly thought was too generic for my liking. So I still made a few slip-ups on my end, but compared to the number of decent horror movies I saw in turn, I'm gonna say that horror this year, just like my feeling for this year as a whole, was just "okay".
|The short was scary. This movie was just "meh".|
|I don't care what the haters say, you gals did alright!|
|The slasher monsters from The Barn. Awesome?!|
And HELLO, 2017!