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The Creature Walks Among Us

The Universal Monsters are almost as ubiquitous today as they were 70 years ago when they first appeared on the silver screen. Built on the stirring performances of Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, and Lon Chaney Jr  the Universal Monsters are now cultural icons. The Wolf Man, Frankenstein’s Monster, The Invisible Man, The Mummy, Dracula and The Creature from the Black Lagoon all appear regularly in pop culture. The monsters are […]


Insidious Chapter 3 Is Coming Soon

James Wan and Leigh Whannell’s horror film Insidious Chapter 2 has made $40 million this weekend. Now, the production company that made Insidious and Insidious Chapter 2, Film District, is officially going to produce a third film in the series. Furthermore, the co-writer of the first two films Leigh Whannell will be writing the film. James Wan, the director of the original film, the sequel, and the Saw series, will […]


Walking Dead To Get Spinoff

The Walking Dead is one of the most popular comic books of the last decade. It also happens to be one of the most popular TV shows currently airing. The show and the comic both have hordes of dedicated fans who eagerly away the next installment of the adventures of Rick Grimes and his zombie killing cadre friends. Walking Dead is AMC’s most popular show. It pulls higher ratings than […]


You’re Next (Film Review)

You’re Next is, quite possibly, this year’s most hyped horror film. Lion’s Gate has been plastering posters all over Hollywood. They’ve been hyping and touting the film as The Next Big Thing in the horror world for who knows how long. Those damn animal masks are everywhere. Unfortunately, the films poorly constructed first act and muddled third act prevent it from being the stellar horror innovator that we’ve all been […]


Hear Linda Blair’s Voice In The Exorcist

The Exorcist is arguably one of the most terrifying films every made. Linda Blair’s Reagan is one of the most iconic horror movie characters of all time. But the real question is, have you ever seen The Exorcist before it was ADRed and over dubbed? Well, now you can. You can hear Linda Blair utterly chilling performance and the demon possessed little girl without the ‘demon voice’. What do you […]


Critters Deserves More Sequels

Critters is one of the most under rated horror franchises of the 1980’s. Permanently in the shadow of Gremlins, the Critters films never really caught on culturally the way they should have. The Critters formula is pretty simple. It’s loads of comedy, cute creatures with big fangs, and plenty of bewildered townsfolk for the Critters to devour in semi comical ways. The natural progression of the films is pretty fun. […]


Sequelized: Fallen

Time is on my side. Yes, it is. Anyone who has seen the Denzel Washington vehicle Fallen knows exactly what I’m talking about. Most people that I’ve encountered don’t even correlate the song with the Stones anymore. It’s Fallen. Walking through a crowd of people singing “Time Is On My Side” will inevitably result in someone stopping to ask if you’re singing the song from ‘That Denzel Movie’. How could […]


Movies That Should Be Great But Aren’t: The Omen 3 Final Conflict

I love Sam Neil. I love The Omen. I love post-apocaplytic prophecy movies. So why don’t I love The Omen 3 Final Conflict. The Omen 3 should have been the best entry into the franchise. It has the best premise of any of the movies. I really does. It has the best elevator pitch of any of the films. The son of Satan, now an ultra powerful businessman/politician is attempting […]


Sequelized: A Nightmare On Elm Street

A Nightmare on Elm Street might be my favorite film franchise ever. I know that they got pretty shitty at the end but Freddy Vs Jason was great. Why is Nightmare a dead franchise? Why did New Line Cinema sell the rights to Platinum Dunes? Why isn’t there another Nightmare sequel that could be be both a new jumping on point for newbie fans and a continuation for older fans? […]


Abe Sapien Spinoff Movie Or TV Show?

People have been clamoring for Hellboy 3 for quite some time now. Last week it looked like we were inching closer when Guillermo del Toro said this: I hate giving pieces about it, but last night, we were at dinner and Ron [Perlman] said, ‘I would be very happy to do Hellboy again, when are we doing Hellboy 3?’ Thomas [Tull of Legendary Pictures] said, ‘I would love to see […]


The Horror Express (Film Review)

In a summer that is dominated by high profile cameos, talked about bit parts, and scene stealing appearances it would appear prudent to revisit one of the greatest all-time scene stealing roles ever created on film, in the history of things that have been put on film, and are awesome. How’s that for a run-on sentence. The film that we will be discussing today is The Horror Express. It’s a […]

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Michael Mann’s The Keep (Film Review)

The Keep is one of those special films that is seemingly secreted away by the film world. It’s virtually unknown in both nerd B-movie aficionado circles and mainstream audiences. It’s in that nebulas gray area. It’s a film that isn’t crappy enough to be loved with irony and it isn’t quality enough to be heralded as a revolutionary step forward. Thus, it’s nearly lost to the sands of time. The […]


John Dies At The End (Film Review)

John Dies At The End isn’t your typical film. That is to say it fits right in with Don Coscarelli‘s normal  fair. The director of such masterpieces as Bubba Ho-Tep, The Beast Master and Phantasm has produced yet another interesting and unique piece of cinematic joy.   This film is based on a novel, of the same name, and it feels like it. The film’s heavily narrated style seems right […]


Evil Dead (Film Review)

When it was announced that there would be an Evil Dead reboot I lost my mind. There’s no franchise as timeless and perfect as the Evil Dead Trilogy. I was so upset I refused to even read anything about the pre-production, production, or release. I completely missed that Sam Raimi had come onboard as producer along with Bruce Campbell. I assumed that the film would be a crappy Platinum Dunes-esque […]


Army of Darkness (Film Review)

The title for Sam Raimi’s third entry into the Evil Dead Trilogy was, rather aptly, initially titled Bruce Campbell Vs The Army of Darkness. The film is a wall to wall camp fest encapsulating everything that made Raimi’s freshman and sophomore episodes so engaging. Unlike The Evil Dead and Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn, the Army of Darkness is takes our lovable hero, Ashley J Williams and catapults him […]

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