Tag Archive: horror

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

5 Nonfiction Books to Read if You Love Horror Films

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There are few things I love more than watching horror films but one of those is reading. It comes as no surprise then to know that I love reading about horror films- including… Continue reading

Horror Viewing for the Coronavirus

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So you went and got Coronavirus and are now in quarantine. Or you are barricading yourself with your arsenal of toilet paper ready for the coming apocalypse. Either way you are trapped in… Continue reading

I Watched a Horror Movie So Boring I Forgot I Watched It

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It was late in the afternoon that I remembered. It just popped into my head…I watched a horror movie last night. This is nothing out of the ordinary, and my mind was still… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Invisible Man’

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In 1931, director James Whale unleashed Frankenstein upon the moviegoing public. The groundbreaking horror film went on to be the biggest hit of the year. Naturally the Laemle family who ran Universal Studios… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘House of Wax’

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If there was one genre which could famously take full advantage of the various 3D booms in movie history it is the horror genre. During the initial craze of three dimensional cinema in… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Phantom of the Paradise’

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Ever since Lon Chaney struck fear into the hearts of moviegoers in 1925, the Phantom of the Opera has been a favorite tale of filmmakers. The Gaston Leroux tale of has been seen… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘The Lighthouse’

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Director: Robert Eggers Cast: Willen Dafoe, Robert Pattison Plot: A pair of lighthouse keepers are stationed on a remote island for a month towards the end of the 19th century. Amid a storm… Continue reading