Poltergeist – 2015 Dir: Gil Kenan USA, 90 mins “It knows what scares you” Warning: some story spoilers below particularly if you never saw the original film Let me just state this upfront, no remake could ever be as good as Poltergeist from 1982. That movie is considered a classic in haunted house horror. […]
The Devil’s Rain Dir. Robert Fuest 1975 – USA The 70’s was a good decade, cinematically, for the devil. Near the end of the 60’s and the beginning of the 70’s, there was Rosemary’s Baby, then a few years later The Exorcist & The Omen. Of course there were also tons of low budget satanic […]
The follow up film to Dead Hooker in a Trunk from those twisted twins, the Soska Sisters was American Mary. A film that balanced between dark humor and some confrontational horror. Katherine Isabelle, star of Ginger Snaps, is Mary, a medical student studying surgery who is desperate for money to continue her education. She is introduced to a world of underground surgeries that leads her to become a rising star in the body modification world, where she will do anything asked if the price is right.
Let's kick this month off with what is probably the most anticipated movie of the year for horror fans, Eli Roth's The Green Inferno. Development began in 2012 and the genre became a buzz that Eli Roth's next horror film was going to be a throw back to cannibal films of old. Many of us couldn't be more excited to hear this news. A new cannibal movie from someone who is actually a fan of the cannibal genre, this is going to be awesome.
Before we talk any spoilers (you’re safe here) let’s cut to the point. If you like horror comedies, and you like gore, this is probably a movie you will like. I like both of those things, and this is a movie I liked quite a bit. It’s not perfect by any means, the ending is […]
I apologize in advance if you have already seen a couple of these pictures in Tim’s review of Halloween Horror Nights, but please look at the picture above again. Sheer. Terror. One more time? O.K. Fine. If you didn’t know already, I have an extensive and colorful history with horror nights, haunted hayrides, and terror […]
Tonight at 6:30 PM EST, Maddie and I will be attending the 25th annual Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios, Orlando Florida. Having been to 6 of them myself over the years (I started with number 13 many years ago), I already know exactly what we’re in for.
***SPOILERS AHEAD!*** “…Did that seriously just happen? Guys! GUYS!!! Come in here. This seriously just fucking happened…” Those words above became an unintentional mantra in my house about two weekends ago. Because two weekends ago, I sat down after a very busy day, opened a bottle of dark stout, and watched Deathgasm. Deathgasm 90 Minutes Dark […]
“Pawn Sacrifice” is the story of U.S. chess prodigy, Bobby Fischer, who at the height of the Cold War, took on the Soviet’s best chess champion and won, but whose inner demons eventually led to his downfall. This biopic stars Tobey Maguire as Bobby Fischer, Liev Schriber as the Soviet champion, Boris Spassky, Peter Sarsgard […]
With ringing still in my ears and eyes still clouded from the smoke wafting from the stage, I wanted to take a few moments to recap The Jesus and Mary Chain show that I attended Tuesday night at Union Transfer in Philadelphia. Kicking the night off with a short set of tracks pulled from their […]
As the weather gets colder, the leaves change color and school buses are back on the road we welcome the changing of the seasons. Another sure sign of fall is the return of new shows to the cable networks. Riding on the popularity of shows like The Walking Dead and FX’s American Horror Story, Fox […]
Three minutes into The Magician’s Apprentice and I was hooked for the season… in fact, I think I was on the floor after the pre-credits sequence. There’s really no way to discuss the episode without spoilers (sweetie) so here’s the warning: SPOILERS AHEAD. I didn’t get to see the episode on Saturday as I was […]