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31 Days, 31 Horror Movies: The House of the Devil (Day 17)

Everybody wants to do a throwback! It’s now pretty common that a lot contemporary filmmakers try to recreate the cheesy and campy feel of old school horror films but I believe there’s an inherent problem with this: we only see those films as cheesy and campy in hindsight but the movies themselves, as well as the audiences that first watched them, played it completely straight. 376 more words

31 Screams in October, Vol. 2, #10: Night of the Comet (1984)

Director: Thom Eberhardt

Starring: Catherine Mary Stewart, Kelli Maroney, Robert Beltran, Sharon Farrell, Mary Worornov, Geoffrey Lewis

Don’t we ALL just wanna have fun? During a month when scary, suspenseful, and especially gory films are the norm, it’s nice to be able to just put your feet up and enjoy a few laughs along with the doom-and-gloom scenarios. 1,032 more words

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I think at my age it is now safe to say that, despite the warnings of many supposedly learned adults of the 1970’s, television did not rot my brain. 866 more words


The House of the Devil (2009)

First published by EyeforFilm

On stage at the Film4 FrightFest 2009 to introduce his latest feature, writer/director Ti West declared: “It’s a very different film from… 602 more words

Here Come The Munsters (1995) | It’s back to Mockingbird Lane for some silly old-school slap-shtick

Back in 2012, Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller tried to resurrect America’s first family of fright and fun, The Munsters, with Mockingbird Lane. But it wasn’t the first time that the cult CBS TV show, which ended its run after two season in 1966, was dusted off and reimagined. 535 more words


Night of the Comet

The 1980s were full of creative science fiction films. Some of them became influential classics like “The Terminator“, some of them ended up in bargain bins on VHS and may never see the light of DVD day or Blu ray. 1,864 more words

Terror Vision (1986)

This particular review series has been dormant for so long that I forgot about it when I was writing about our long-dormant review series the other day! 717 more words