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Night of the Creeps

Night of the Creeps (1986)

directed by;Fred Dekker

cast:Jason Lively, Tom Atkins, Steve Marshall

…The terror had come from above during the Fifties when a flying saucer had crashed next to a  drive-in theater in the city of Corman but scientists had managed to stop the alien invasion by putting the human host of some  parasitic organisms in suspended animation.27 Years later two freshmen students of the Corman college  who want to enter a fraternity are assigned with breaking into the lab where the body is kept in order to steal a corpsem,what they do is to  accidentally let the dormant body escape from his cryosleep chamber.Soon enough the entire community is infested by thousands of Alien brain parasites, entering humans through the mouth, turn their host into a killing zombie. 200 more words

The Horror of '87 #3: The Monster Squad

On August 14th, 1987, Fred Dekker’s second film, The Monster Squad was released. Co-written with the criminally underrated Shane Black, this film emphasized Dekker’s love for early horror, as did his first film, … 447 more words

Film Review: Night of the Creeps (1986)

Release Date: August 22nd, 1986
Directed by: Fred Dekker
Written by: Fred Dekker
Music by: Barry De Vorzon, Stan Ridgway
Cast: Jason Lively, Steve Marshall, Jill Whitlow, Tom Atkins… 362 more words

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‘Tales from the Crypt’ nostalgia recap: “The Thing from the Grave”

Season 2 | Episode 6 | Originally Aired May 8, 1990
Written & Directed by Fred Dekker

Over a year ago, I started putting together nostalgia write-ups for… 1,154 more words

House II - The Second Story (1987) Review

Cool French poster

As promised after watching and reviewing the first House film here’s my review of the second one. I wasn’t sure if I’d watched this one when I was younger and after watching it I’m pretty sure I didn’t even though I had seen the first and the third, very odd! 647 more words

House (1986) Review

I’ve been wanting to watch the House franchise of films for quite a while now and finally this Christmas I got the box set of 1-4 on DVD. 713 more words