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Kbatz: Price and Poe Double Feature!

The Masque of The Red Death and The Premature Burial Make for a Spooky, Smart Double Feature

By Kristin Battestella

In my never-ending search for quality horror, I often turn to the classics. 1,168 more words


October 2, 2015: The Innocents (1961)

Logline: A woman becomes the governess of two children at an isolated country estate that she becomes convinced is haunted.

Review: Based on Henry James’ novella  237 more words

Horror Films

Kbatz: Bava Special!

Super Mario Bava Special!

By Kristin Battestella

What’s not to love for the classic horror viewer when it comes to the stylish scares, tempting thrills, and colorful chills of that giallo master Mario Bava? 2,689 more words


Kbatz: Thriller Season 1


Boris Karloff’s Thriller Debuts with Spooky Quality

by Kristin Battestella

Oft bespectacled and mustachioed horror guru Boris Karloff came to the small screen in 1960 as host of Thriller, and though uneven to start, the black and white anthology series’ 37-episode Season One debut packs a wallop of suspense, drama, and scares. 1,948 more words


Retro Review: Rosemary's Baby (1968)

Rosemary’s Baby is an interesting film. It purports to be horror, and in the most general sense I suppose it is; but it’s mostly a rambling, sometimes awkwardly funny study in late 1960s rich whitefolk nonsense. 772 more words



I’ve a bevy of horror today to cap off the season with a marathon.

I’ve arranged them into thematic pairs to help you in narrowing down your viewing pleasure should you not have twenty plus hours to watch them all…. 958 more words

Rare Horror

Halloweek: Die! Die! My Darling! (1965) - original title "Fanatic"

This week, Comet Over Hollywood is celebrating Halloween with slightly more offbeat horror films.  

Starting in the 1960s with Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?” (1962), famous actresses of the 1930s and 1940s who were now “past their prime” were cast in semi-campy horror roles. 990 more words