Finally back from California and was able to get started last night. Here we go... October 8th: Feral (2017) (blu-ray) - This movie has a decent cabin-in-the-woods setting, terrific creature and gore effects, and a solid cast including Lew Temple, Scout Taylor-Compton, and It Follows' Olivia Luccardi. Unfortunately, it has a generic bore of a script that puts all the good to waste. All the attempts at character development are a huge miss, there are long stretches where nothing happens, and the stuff that does happen gets pretty repetitive after a while. Aside from a couple of cool creature moments, this one is blah. You Might Be The Killer (2018) (DVR / SyFy) - This one was half and half for me. The opening is strong, starting in the wake of all the action, but then it spends most of the movie backpedaling and showing everything we missed but already know. Also, these flashbacks are fragmented and out of order, so it doesn't really flow well as a slasher movie. They show kill #7, then they jump back to kill #2, then ahead to kill #4, etc. However, once the movie finally catches up with itself, it's a lot of fun. The whole mask aspect reminded me of Eric Morse's young-adult Friday The 13th novels. There was way more I liked than disliked, and it's well above average for SyFy fare. I would buy a disc if it were released. October 9th: No Escape Room (2018) (DVR / SyFy) - There seems to be a small wave of "escape room" horror movies right now, including a big theatrical effort from Sony due out next year. As for this one, it's pretty much five people wandering through a mansion and every so often something weird or creepy happens. There's really no cohesion at all, a least until a too-little-too-late attempt to bring it all together near the end. There's only five characters, so not a whole lot happens. I will say it was relatively well-made from a production standpoint, but I can't say I'd recommend it.