31 Days Of Horror (Day 2) – Chasity Bites (2013)

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Things go bump in the night, others will devour your soul, some will slice, dice eat your heart with a nice glass of Chianti. October has now arrived which can mean only one thing 31 Days of Horror has now arrived again. For the next 31 days, we will dive deep into the catacombs of horror to pick you a movie. Every day will be different ranging from the classics to the weird and wonderful. Many you might have heard of, some will be new to you. There will be personal favourites that you may like, others you may hate but they all will unleash those emotions that make us love horror.

Day 2 of our 31 Days If Horror countdown is Chasity Bites delivered by our writer Ross Wilcock

Leah is a high school newspaper journalist who is hungry for a juicy story, so when a mysterious new teacher begins at the school Leah does some investigating and discovers that the new popular teacher is hungry for her students.

I stumbled across this gem on sky one night and thought I’d give it a go. Thankfully it was actually pretty fun. I really loved the plot and thought it was interesting how the film played out.

I wasn’t sure at first if I was going to like it as it had that indie film vibe about it, although I do love a good indie horror. So after about ten minutes, I was interested mainly because the dialogue was comedic and witty and I felt the film had a little something extra from other films of the teen horror genre.

I think this is one I’ll be watching every Halloween.

It certainly shocked me how much I enjoyed the film and how much I found it interesting and sometimes creepy!!

I love Steph scoring of the film and thought that really brought the film together and held it up.

Overall Thai was a fun, decent and sometimes cheesy horror and I think it would be perfect for the Halloween season!!

Ross Wilcock

Comedy, Horror | USA, 2013 | 15 | Netflix | Dir. John C.Knowles | Allison Scagliotti, Francia Raisa, Louise Griffiths

Other movies: Day 1 | 2