Halloween Review: ‘Dark Night of the Scarecrow’

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A few nights before Halloween of 1981, the television network CBS decided to cash in on the season with a made for TV movie directed by the novelist Frank De Felitta. No doubt… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Halloween Kills’

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Director: David Gordon Green Cast: Jamie Lee Curtis, James Jude Courtney, Nick Castle, Judy Greer, Andu Matichak, Will Patton, Anthony Michael Hall Plot: Picking up immediately after the previous film, escaped convict Michael… Continue reading

Broadway Musicals Based on Horror Movies

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Yesterday we lined up some movie musicals for the spooky season, and many of them were based on Broadway musicals. Today we’re going to flip the script and check out some oddities that… Continue reading

Movie Review: No Time to Die

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Plot: Shortly after the capture of Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz), James Bond (Daniel Craig) and Dr Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux) retreat to Italy for a well-earned vacation. However, their respite is short-lived… Continue reading

9 Horror Musicals to Jazz Up Your Halloween

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Maybe you’re tired of the same selection of classic slasher movies being presented as ‘essential viewing’ every year. Perhaps you’re fed up with video essays about the ‘scariest found footage movie you’ve never… Continue reading

Halloween Review: ‘Rocktober Blood’

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Earlier this year while browsing through the “Newly Aquired Oddities” section of my local video store, Black Lodge, I saw that they had a DVD for a 1984 film that looked too cool… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Annette’

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Director: Leos Carax Cast: Adam Driver, Marion Cotillard, Simon Helberg, Devyn McDowell Plot: Henry McHenry, an abrasive and controversial stand-up comedian, falls in love with Ann Defrasnoux, a delicate and beloved opera singer.… Continue reading

Picking New Directors For Shyamalan Movies

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This is going to sound meaner than intended, but I don’t enjoy M. Night Shyamalan’s directing. He’s got a fair number of fans, but most of his movies are met with harsh criticism.… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Phantom of the Opera’ (1943)

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In the 1940’s Universal Studios was now in the hands of new owners who had inherited the studio’s legacy in horror. Like studio execs, even to this day, often are they liked the… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Riki Oh: The Story of Ricky’

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In 1991 the manga series Riki-Oh was brought to the big screen courtesy of veteran director Lam Nai-choi. The result was one of the most bonkers, bizarre and outrageously violent martial arts flicks… Continue reading