All tagged Horror Movie Review
Jon Cross takes a look at MVD’s Unearthed Classic Blu-Ray release of The Unnamable, a rare, low budget, late 80s monster movie based on an H.P. Lovecraft short story.
Lisa Gullickson examines the sound of silence and familial normalcy in an abnormal world with John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place.
The Bloke Down The Pub, lover of all things Hammer, is finally tackling cleavage and the preponderance of "twins" of another kind in the third part of Hammer's Karnstein trilogy, 1971's Twins of Evil starring Peter Cushing.
Lisa Gullickson looks at how, for slasher films, the worm may finally be turning in her review of the smart, sassy, horror comedy Tragedy Girls.
Michael Campochiaro Vs. Michael Myers in his annual revisit of the perennial seasonal favourite, John Carpenter's Halloween (1978).
On this our last Horrotober podcast for 2017, Jim Wallace and Jon Cross talk two completely bizarre and quite probably awful Dracula films - Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula and Dracula 2000 with Gerard Butler as Dracula (which sounds like a Monty Python joke but isn't, it's painfully true)
The Bloke Down The Pub, lover of all things Hammer, debates the guilt in "guilty pleasure" sequel of Hammer's long-running Dracula franchise, 1972's Dracula A.D. 1972.
At 2 a.m. in the noisiest diner in all of New York, the tired & grumpy Jon Cross and the generally affable Jim Wallace sit down to try and work out just what Dario Argento's Suspiria is all about.
This week Jim Wallace and myself look at the Donald Pleasance, Martin Landau, Jack Palance and Dwight "Howling Mad Murdoch" Schultz starring horror film Alone in the Dark.