October 04: 14) The Duplex (2015): Mainly interesting and worth watching because it's my first Nigerian horror movie, but this needed some serious editing. Dialogue is repeated ad nausea, things are told to people and then ten minutes later they're shocked when they're told the exact same thing, and there's a twist that defies any sense of logic. The basic story is pretty intriguing though, once you get down to it and there was at least one semi-creepy moment. Plus, I got a few laughs, probably unintentional, from some of the reactions to the ghost...it's Shaggy from Scooby Doo level stuff. I'm shocked no one ever uttered "It's a g-g-g-ghost!!!". 15) The Darkness (2016): The thing I learned from this is that perhaps Greg McLean should stick with non-supernatural movies. Then again, I'm not sure anyone could have made this any more exciting with such a rehashed story that ahs been done better countless times before. I guess the Autism thing was kind of new, but really it was only there for a "pay off" right at the end of the movie. 16) POD (2015): This tortures you with a lot of yelling for much of its runtime by having the characters scream and argue with each other and a supposed PTSD sufferer doing the usual grab his head/crazy laugh/repeat everything he says thang. It's pretty painful to get through. But there's a pretty nice surprise half way through and then a long, build up to a jump scare that signals a change in the movie and from then on things get better. Not great but better. The only problem is, they wasted so much time on the annoying part of the movie, it feels like the movie is just starting to ramp up when it ends. It wasn't a bad ending, just it was unexpectedly soon.