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I’ve been slowly working my way through Wes Craven’s oeuvre of films because I thought he would be a good example to teach with of a horror auteur. 851 more words



FRIDAY THE 13th: THE ORPHAN (1977) – H.H. Munro must have turned over in his grave at this adaptation of one of his short stories. This quasi-horror film was re-released in 1979 as just… 862 more words

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Gregory Jenkins Makes 'The Final Girls' More 80s Than 80s

Horror satire The Final Girls has earned praise for its combination of humor and heart, bathed in tropes from 80s slasher films. The synthesizer-driven score, set to be released digitally on Nov. 1,736 more words


The Final Girls review

Todd Strauss-Schulson directs horror comedy The Final Girls as Max Cartwright, daughter of famous 80s scream queen Amanda Cartwright, gets sucked into her mothers most famous film and has to play out the story with her friends and try to survive, the film stars Taissa Farmiga, Malin Akerman, Nina Dobrev, Adam DeVine, Alexander Ludwig, Alia Shawkat, Thomas Middleditch. 492 more words


Pop Culture Mysteries - Case File #TBA - Kill 'Em Again (Part 4)

October 25, 4:45 A.M

“No!”  I shouted.  “No don’t do it!  Running upstairs is a rookie mistake!  There’s nowhere for you to go now, girly!” 450 more words


Good Cinema: Black Christmas (Dir: Bob Clark, 1974)

A group of young girls is being mercilessly targeted by a crazed killer on a beloved holiday. At the end of the film, only one survives and the killer has disappeared into the night, presumably to strike again. 836 more words

Good Cinema

Wes Craven: Master of Horror

By Lessenitt Campos

Wes Craven reinvented horror films for generations to come. With bold visions and mixture of genres, his monsters and murders continue to haunt the dreams of trick-or-treaters every Halloween season. 520 more words