Tag Archive: horror

Best Horror Movies of the 1940s

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By the time the 1940’s the horror movie was now fully established in cinema. The Second World War gave the world true horrors which was often reflected on the big screen. Other filmmakers… Continue reading

Movie Marathon: ‘Wrong Turn 2’

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At this point I have some trepidation about continue this marathon for another five movies. ‘Beige’ isn’t something I can spin into six reviews. Hopefully the second movie can provide this franchise with… Continue reading

Movie Marathon: ‘Wrong Turn’

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I’m pretty clued up on my horror franchises. I’ve seen all the Freddy, Jason, Jigsaw, Phantasm, whatever else. But one franchise I’m completely in the dark about is the Wrong Turn series. I… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Giant Gila Monster’

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If a massive reptile from the prehistoric era lived in the area around your hometown one would think somebody would notice after a while. Even if they do not see it, one would… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘The Lodge’

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Director: Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala Cast: Riley Keough, Jaeden Martell, Lia McHugh, Richard Armitage, Alicia Silverstone Plot: A pair of young siblings are spending the week leading up to Christmas at an isolated… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Color Out of Space’

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Director: Richard Stanley Cast: Nicolas Cage, Joely Richardson, Madeleine Arthur, Brendan Meyer, Julian Hillard, Elliot Knight, Tommy Chong Plot: A family moves out to a farm to raise alpacas while the matriarch recovers… Continue reading

10 Underrated Horror Comedies

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We all know Shaun of the Dead and Zombieland are amazing movies, as are the classics such as Young Frankenstein and Evil Dead II. I am personally a big fan of the horror-comedy… Continue reading

Worst Episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Ever

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Finding humble beginnings in a cheesy-fun but ultimately forgettable movie, Buffy the Vampire Slayer has become one of the biggest entertainment franchises around. This can largely be attributed to the vision of Joss… Continue reading

Retro Review: Mountain of the Cannibal

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A favorite topic tackled by Italian filmmaker’s during their nation’s boom of exploitation films was cannibals. It must have been fairly easy to convince cast and crew to venture into wild jungles to… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Carnival of Souls’

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In the 1950’s and 1960’s teenagers emerged as a marketable demographic with money to spend, and one thing they enjoyed was going to the movies. Trying to appeal to the fast and loose… Continue reading