Last summer Netflix released Stranger Things and lovers of horror and sci-fi commenced their binge watching. The internet instantly fell in love with the gang from Hawkins, Indiana and were only left wanting more after the finale which left more questions than answers. Last week when a promo for the second season of Stranger Things […]
Lambertville, NJ I can only hope that we all live in or near a small town somewhere in America, because that’s where you’ll find a thriving spirit for all things Halloween. That’s not to say that the bright lights of a big city isn’t just as amazing but there’s something nostalgic and heart felt about the […]
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.
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.
Six people, each representing some kind of sin, gluttony, homosexuality, assholism, etc. get an invitation to their 10 year high school reunion. Once there they find out they were the only ones invited and a crazed killer is stalking them. Each person is killed in a variety of creative ways...
What would the Halloween season be without a Jess Franco movie? And before you say "a good season", this Franco film is definitely worth checking out. So let’s take a trip to the lavish Spanish countryside where murder and mystery, nudity and gore abound.
All right let’s do this shit. First film kicking off the Halloween season, The House on Sorority Row woooooooo! Actually more like bbbboooooooooo.
Back by unpopular demand, because no one asked for it, the return of 31 Nights of Halloween Horror. Reviewed by me, your humble host throughout this journey into the good, the bad and the weird of the horror genre. I was actually amazed by how many people told me that they enjoyed reading my reviews during […]
Love him or hate him Rob Zombie certainly makes some entertaining movies. From House of 1000 Corpses to Halloween to Lords of Salem and more, the man has been building up quite an impressive resume in the horror genre. His next film entitled 31 is due to be released this September just in time […]
Yesterday it was reported that Blumhouse founder/CEO Jason Blum, HALLOWEEN franchise producer Malek Akkad, Miramax and Trancas International Films have pulled together to bring you a new Halloween movie with none other than the grand poopba of the original film himself, John Carpenter, on board as executive producer and creative consultant. Halloween fans everywhere were cumming […]
As Halloween is on a Saturday this year, that means there will be a lot of ghouls and goblins recovering this Sunday from all sorts of late night shenanigans. My guess is with all of the great Halloween releases this year like Ash vs. The Evil Dead and Bone Tomahawk you’ll still be craving some […]
Congratulations you have made it to the end. Tonight's movie is the 1978 John Carpenter classic Halloween. What can be said about this film that hasn't already been said, we have all seen it numerous times and we all have our stories about it. My first time seeing it was when I was probably around 10 or so with my two cousins. We watched it late one night and the thing I remember mostly about this distinct viewing was one of cousin would scream at all the appropriate jump parts and her screams would startle me and make me jump.