The modern classic, The Strangers is finally getting a sequel ten years later. The film followed a couple staying in a secluded cabin as they were chased and tormented by a group of three strangers in masks, and the only things that have changed this time around is the location, and a couple more people are running for their lives than last time. The Strangers: Prey at Night is easily one of my most anticipated films of the year in general, and not just within the horror genre. From the trailer, it looks like The Strangers: Prey At Night will be just as terrifying as the first. The Strangers: Prey At Night comes out in just two weeks on March 9th.
Graduate from Oregon State University, with a Bachelor's of Science in Liberal Studies, a self made degree plan, that focused on media, writing, film, and women, gender and sexuality studies, aptly titled "Writing for and about film with a feminist perspective".
I inherited my love of halloween and horror movies from my mom. My favorite horror movie is Scream, which is highly ironic considering I was deathly afraid of Ghostface, who I had very vivid nightmares about that I still remember perfectly, as a child. Some of my other favorites are Hereditary, A Nightmare On Elm Street, Beetlejuice, The Shining, The Conjuring, and much more!
Even though I’ve pretty much been a life long fan of horror I still have a lot of catching up to do when it comes to the classics, ergo my Millennial Morgan Plays Catch Up reviews, which I plan to bring back soon.
My passion project for the site is our digital zine, called Fright Like A Girl that's all about women in horror, made by women who love horror!
In my free time, besides writing for the site, and working on my dream of becoming an actress and film maker, I enjoy making youtube videos (MJ Sawan on youtube), playing video games, going to conventions like Texas Frightmare, and Horror Hound, and cosplaying! I've cosplayed as Nancy Thompson from A Nightmare On Elm Street, Ripley from Aliens, and more.
You can follow me on twitter, @frightlikeagirl, where I tweet A LOT about movies of all types, and the people in them.