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Horror Movies Tue Dec 12 2017 20:00:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- I've been doing a bit better this month getting reviews in on my other blog. For this weekend I managed to watch the movie Evolution. If you would like to read my thoughts on, feel free to check out the link. This review you are about to read only ma
Hello, Kindertrauma! This must have been the mid-to-late-70’s. There was a show on PBS that I actually saw a couple of times–I believe it was broadcast for a few years around Halloween. It was a group of actors with ghoulish makeu
Attack of the Clones (2002) -- the second episode in the seven-part Star Wars saga opens in a time of "unrest" for the Galactic Senate. A separatist movement -- encompassing thousands of solar systems -- has begun
In a just world, you would be reading my review of Another WolfCop right now, but as this world is not just, the closest the sequel to 2014’s premiere Canadian werewolf film is playing to me is a four-hour drive away. Plus, it’s o
Things have been a little slow so far this month, but I'm pretty sure I can still hit my goal. I was going to watch a new movie Wednesday night, but I was going to get the DVD for Growth (2010) Thursday, so I decided to wait an extra day and
The Invisible Ray (1936)
In anticipation of Guillermo del Toro‘s THE SHAPE OF WATER, here are ten images from ten waterlogged horror flicks. How many can you identify? In anticipation of Guillermo del Toro‘s THE SHAPE OF WATER, here are ten images from te
Sitting here in the tomb that is my office building on the day before Thanksgiving (luckily we're getting out early), I'm reminded of mummy bitches... in tombs... and how excited I was to see the new MUMMY was going to be a girl, i.e. maybe another s
The Phantom Menace (1999) is the Star Wars film that many fans -- and certainly those writing on the Internet -- love to hate.  The reasons for that hate are right there on the films surface. Many of these critics and fans dont like the humo
They made a movie about the video game Rampage. That’s right, the one where you take on the role of a giant 8-bit ape, lizard or werewolf and fuck up skyscrapers while tiny helicopters shoot at you. They put Rock “The Dwayne&#
At long last I got a review done on my other blog. If you are interested, you can check out my review for She Who Much Burn. It has been a whole month since I did a review there, so it was way overdue. Before I finished up my review for there, I did
Artworks found thanks to Meathaus. Original scans found at the tumblr Strawberry Tobasco. I will be sharing much more of Ian's artwork in the future. Also, during the first week that I'd created Monster Brains in 2006, Ian Miller was among the first
Hey there, Kindertrauma! I have a super obscure Name That Trauma that I’m hoping someone out there might be able to help me with. I remember seeing a commercial on TV, probably sometime in the very late 1990s or very early 2000s. It was for
Well, here we are in lame November. Stores are putting away the fake eyeballs and putting up the fake trees. While it's safe to say that mostif not allof us will continue to indulge in all things horror no matter what the stupid calendar says, it's a
HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!!!  "HELL HOUSE ALTAR"Destination - Hell House Altar Location - Ellicott City, MarylandPhotographer - Derek McEntire*A Dark Arts October is a month-long celebration of the work of 25 year old Derek McEntire,
As Ive expressed here on the blog before, May and June of 1983 represent the summer of my geek discontent.  The blockbuster movies of that summer -- from Superman III to Twilight Zone: The Movie -- proved very disappointing.  But my
Last week I wrote about Hunter’s Moon an endless runner game by Seb Woodland but without an Android device of my own, I’ve unable to play the game, a generally-accepted prerequisite for writing a review of the game. Leave that to
Bathed in beautiful blues and reds, with an often pounding heartbeat of a soundtrack, Baskin is a nightmarish 1hr37min. You may well breathe a sigh of relief once it's done.Directed by Can Evrenol as his first feature, this is the long-form version o
I'm going to try to get 11 posts in this month. After October was over, I wanted to shoot for 81 posts on the year, as that would at least match my lowest post count for a year so far. I probably deserve to get a lower count since it took me forever
The Deadly Mantis (1957)
Artworks found at The Tate collection of British art.
Dear KINDERTRAUMA brothers and sisters: First of all, I would like to point out that my dear wife was an ardent Stephen King fan. She used to watch me browsing KINDERTRAUMA and giggle at the silliness of it all. To be able to take celluloid horror wi
Here we are, the Top 10, the Final Countdown, the winner's circle, the crme de la crme, the head honchos, the big cheeses, your favorite horror movies of ALL TIME! Bold numbers indicate number of votes received.10. Carrie (1976, Brian De Palma) -- 26
As darkness and despair begin to fill the Autumn air, a feeling of excitement overcomes with little else that can compare. The world feels a little darker, a little colder, a little grimmer, as the sounds begin to pulsate up and through your bones ca
"CELL BLOCK 9"Destination - Eastern State Penitentiary  Location - Philadelphia, PAPhotographer - Derek McEntire*A Dark Arts October is a month-long celebration of the work of 25 year old Derek McEntire, a photographer from Lancaster, Pennsy
It's that time of year, a curated list of bizarro cage-free horror films casual classic horror fans may not know of, by me, Erich - and where to find them (they're all currently streaming free on Amazon Prime... for now). Sure it might be harder to g
The Empire Strikes Back (1980) has grown steadily in critical esteem since its theatrical debut in 1980. This increase in approval is so dramatic, in fact, that The Empire Strikes Back has actually eclipsed its blockbuster
I’m very excited aboutthis Kickstarter campaign for Typecast, an 8-episode horror-comedy web series from creators Ben Paddon (PortsCenter, Boomer’s Day Off) and Werewolf New friendMac Beauvais (Hit Girl, The Gloaming) about a trio
As much as it pains me not to like a film with Pollyanna McIntosh in it, I have to say this one was a miss for me.It just made me want to watch Eden Lake again... which is some feat, considering how grim Eden Lake is (but in a good way). A m
I can safely assert that Star Wars (1977) is the movie that most changed my young life. I first saw director George Lucass blockbuster space opera when I was seven years-old.  Up to that point, I had never witnesse
I thought I would get a few more reviews in this month, but work has been keeping me a bit busy lately. That is fine, I'm close enough to my goal on the year that I think I can pull it off next month as long as I don't get real busy again. I was star
I recently ran into something that messed me up as a young child (6? 7?) and seeing how it was Christmas-related and it’s December now, I’d like to share it to you guys. It’s Bizarro Santa from Space Ghost Coast to Coast
Cloudbusting, Kate Bush (1978)
Got an Android device? Great! Then you can play this new game Hunter’s Moon in the warm glow of your Galaxy or Pixel while I stand outside in the rain with my iPhone 7, pawing forlornly at the window. From the Google Play page: Take on the
Artworks found at The Tate collection of British art.
Today we enter the Top 20! Amazing, isn't it. As always, the bold number is the number of votes each movie received.20. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978, Philip Kaufman) -- 1719. Scream (1996, Wes Craven) -- 1718. The Fog (1980, John Carpenter) -
"CLASS FOR THE INSANE"Destination - Sleighton Farm SchoolLocation - Glen Mills, PAPhotographer - Derek McEntire*A Dark Arts October is a month-long celebration of the work of 25 year old Derek McEntire, a photographer from Lancaster, Pennsylvania.&am
Do you like Eli Roth? I can't make up my mind. I kind of accidentally watched two of his films back-to-back the other night.Both Cabin Fever and Hostel show us a group of friends way out of their element, far from home and under threat. Both are sati
Opening its doors to the public back in 1991, Spooky World is a Halloween horror theme park originally based out of Berlin, Massachusetts. Anyone who was lucky enough to visit this large-scale haunted attraction was subjected to what can only be desc
There are fun movies about drunks, high-functioning boozers like Nick Charles and WC Fields, which real drunks love whether or not they're sober, and there are movies ABOUT the reality of being a drunk, which we do not, as they hit just too damn clos
In The Tower of Tagot, the evil alien named Tagot (Paul Wexler) utilizes his future machine to determine that he will, within 24 hours, clash with alien visitors: Barney (Chuck McCann) and Junior (Bob Denver). Tagot then sends an alien ship that rese
I decided to do another giveaway! I was planning to do a review just yet, so I thought I would get this giveaway kicked off. Yesterday when I checked the mail, I found a box of DVDs from HorrorPack. I dug into it and discovered that they sent me the
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Some college students head into the woods under some flimsy pretext and get picked off one by one by a POV camera that knows the terrain better than them. In the new indie Lycan, the pretext is that