I’ll assume it is safe to say that everyone participated in their own Turkey Day Movie Marathon this year? What’s that you ask? You were out shopping on Black Friday instead? For shame. Surely you remember that the real holiday celebrated in November is not that gluttonous meal you attended with your family, but in […]
31 Nights Of Halloween Horror
The movie starts in a fog-filled graveyard at night with some ominous music. A caretaker sees someone with their back turned standing in the distance, he cautiously approaches and taps the person on the shoulder. With a loud scream, the person turns to reveal a hideous zombie face zooming into the camera and the title Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things appears on the screen.
Turn that Creep-O-Meter up to 10. Not since Ringu have I seen a movie that has made the hair on my arms stand up. That is not the only thing It Follows has in common with Ringu. They are both movies involving curses with the only way to get rid of them is to pass them on to someone else.
Poor broke Iris lost her parents, is living pay check to pay check, is about to lose the family home and is desperately trying to find the money to pay for a bone marrow transplant for her dying brother. A doctor introduces her to Shepard Lambrick a "philanthropist" in the loosest possible term played by Jeffrey "Re-Animator" Combs.
When Starry Eyes hit a couple years ago it was all the rage. I finally got around to checking this flick out to see what the deal was about and it does not disappoint. Tonight we are looking at something much more psychological with Starry Eyes.
Sigh...yeah we are going to do this. Prepare yourself for one of the most vile movies ever and I mean that in a good way. Be warned this is certainly not for everyone and I won't hold it against you if you skip watching this one, but for those of you brave enough...ugh, here we go.
31 Nights of Halloween Horror: Part 26 in a 31 part series. A horror film reviewed, every night for the month of October. Tonight let’s talk about: Countess Dracula | Dir. Peter Sasdy | 1971/UK | 93 mins Because it’s the law. I am pretty sure it is a requirement that every Halloween you must watch […]
A true horror classic and in a lot of top ten lists for best and scariest horror film of all time. I have seen this movie plenty of times. The other day though I got to see it in the theatre for the first time and being able to see it on the big screen was probably the best time I have ever seen th
Ah the old monster rapes a woman and woman gives birth to the monster's offspring movie. It occurred to me that we really didn't do any true monster movies this month. So tonight let's unleash The Beast
In the late 80s the Italian horror movie market was fast declining along with Fulci’s health. He was still churning out horror films on a yearly basis, but the budgets were drying up and poor Fulci was not left with much to work with, in his post horror hay day ending in 1982 with New York Ripper things would sadly go down hill for Fulci films.
The movie starts out with a long pan in shot of a child rocking another child in a chair surrounded by complete blackness while an eerie rendition of Rock-A-Bye Baby is sung. Oh great, I think to myself another creepy ass kids movie, when the hell will these people learn. When we finally are close enough to see the two girls, the one standing has a rock in her hand and repeatedly smashes it into the other's face until it is a disfigured pulp. What the hell is going on here!! This might actually be interesting.
If you are looking for a Halloween movie in the theaters this year you pretty much have one choice. Kind of sad, especially when that movie is a prequel to a movie that came out two years prior and got bad reviews. Either way, I'll tell you about Ouija: Origin of Evil and you can decide if you would rather stay home and watch something you like or dish out the $10 to say meh.