Follow the rules. While watching When the Bough Breaks, a movie about a surrogate mother who falls in love with the biological father and attempts to kill the biological mother, it occurred to me, there is literally a horror movie about everything. For those familiar with the internet, there exists Rule #34 which states If […]
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 […]
The One Shot Miracle to a Perfect Body Following Marvel Comics is like beginning a lifelong adventure into fantasy and pseudo-science. That’s not meant to be an insult. Just as I can say that every man, woman, and child following Star Trek needs to know most of the science in the show is just made […]
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.
Fans of Steven King are getting an unexpected treat this Christmas. The clock is ticking on the hotly anticipated Dark Tower movie – and as an unexpected marketing tie-in, Steven King is publishing his first ever children’s book; a real-life version of a kid’s book from the world of The Dark Tower. Charlie the Choo […]
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.
A return to form for Verbinski? Directed by Gore Verbinski and written by Justin Haythe, A Cure for Wellness stars Dane DeHaan as an energetic young executive who is sent to bring back his company’s CEO from a blissful but mysterious “wellness center” at a remote location in the Swiss Alps. He starts to doubt the legitimacy of the spa’s […]
55 years ago today, Breakfast at Tiffany’s hit the big screen. Sure, I’m a James Bond kind of guy. I quote Indiana Jones incessantly. When my wife’s telling me we’ll never make it through traffic, I’m always warning her: “Never tell me the odds.” But I have a secret. The movie that’s had the biggest […]
Oh yes. The tagline is true, "you don't have to go to Texas for a chainsaw massacre". Pieces is indeed "exactly what you think it is". Put on a raincoat because you are going to get wet with this one. Tonight we shall celebrate the 80's gore classic Pieces. You are in for a treat tonight with one of the all time gore greats.