I used to be a horror movie reviewer, so I follow myself.
No, I don't follow any reviewers. The only reviewer I did follow was Roger Ebert, but since he's passed on I don't follow anyone. Whether or not I watch a movie is now solely dictated by my own personal level of interest in it. So unless I'm recommended something by someone here on the boards whose tastes I put stock in, I don't much listen to what others say about movies.
But I'm also a stubborn old prick set in my ways, so...
i just enjoy watching them after i've seen a movie so that i can see what others think of it and if they agree with my thoughts lol
I think what I like best about the girl on youtube "possessed by horror" is that she will tell you over and over again before she goes into 'spoilers' so that you have a chance to stop watching if you havent seen the film yet.
there's just something about just listening to somebody go on about horrors you've seen and enjoyed - i always play them on my phone in the mornings while im getting ready, kind of like a one sided conversation to keep me company in those early hours of the day (early hours being 5 and 6 am - not hours being the amount of time it takes me to get ready LOL)
i also think that there's something that can be said about a video versus a written review - on one note, it takes quite a bit of time to toss out a video (examples being the two that I have mentioned) with collecting facts, clips/editing and the overall creative thought that goes into the horrormoviereviewguy's videos, that has got to take some time and effort. Then with possessedbyhorror, she puts time into her editing (its easy to ramble on about horror movies and god only knows we all do!) i do youtube videos as well - and i know how much time it takes!
sometimes i feel like there's not much of a thought process put into written reviews (not always, dont attack me here lol) but its like they sit down to spit out a few words, hit send and its over. there are a few exceptions, but video just seems more personal.
I agree with listening to ebert - however, he and i didnt see eye to eye on a lot of horror movies. i think because horror is so deeply rooted into my bones and my veins that i can see a gem when others (non horror fanatics) think its rubbish.