Twenty years ago this September launched a little horror series called Wishmaster. Back when a horror movie could do over fifteen million at the box office and be considered a success, that’s what this was. While coming post-Scream, it was before the effects and wave had taken over (That would come a month later with […]
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Late, celebrated actor Dennis Hopper found himself in some memorable, icon roles in legendary films over his careers. He found himself working with his fair share of the greats, whether they be directors, writers or fellow cast mates. Even in such low budget, b-horror fare as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2, he’s fantastic and […]
One of my absolute favorite horror films of all time is the original Candyman. Its quite possibly my favorite thing that Clive Barker has ever been associated with when it comes to film. That film still works today, and is an absolutely engaging and terrifying endeavor. When I was a kid I had trouble looking […]
The original Candyman is what I consider one of the absolute scariest horror films of all time. Took a while for me to feel okay with looking in a mirror at night time after seeing that movie. Tony Todd will always be associated with that role, but for good reason, he’s outstanding. As was with […]
Much like many horror movie franchises that carry on to have a ridiculous number of sequels, the Final Destination series seemed to have passed the point of parody at this point; or at least so I thought. While I have been indifferent to the series that I refer to as Death’s Mouse Trap, as it […]
Is it just I or has way too much time elapsed between when we last talked about Hatchet II here on the site? Hmm…I thought that to be the case. I mean come on, we only mentioned the film here, here, here, here and oh yeah…over here too. Well don’t worry my little monsters (oh […]
“Mr. Crowley (beat), what went down in your head? Mr. Crowley (beat), did you talk to the dead?” Um, so why do I have the sudden urge to belt the lyrics out to Ozzy Osbourne’s Blizzard of Oz masterpiece, “Mr. Crowley?” Oh, wait a minute! I know. It may just have something to do with […]