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10/3/17 - OCTOBER HORROR MOVIE PICK #3 – The Werewolf vs. The Vampire Woman.

Today’s pick is in honor of my friend Ryan Doman. Not only does he share my love of older horror films, but I also credit him with opening my eyes to the fantastic universe of Paul Naschy. 371 more words


Non si deve profanare il sonno dei morti (1974)

Spanish director Jorge Grau’s biggest international hit was scored with this impressive Romero inspired zombie movie which, like Romero’s subsequent Dawn of the Dead (1978), has a message to deliver behind the gore, though it does it with rather more subtlety and finesse than Romero’s over-rated film. 704 more words


The Orphanage (Spain, 2007; J.A. Bayona)

*Small Side Note: For those who are avid followers, I completed my analysis of Them (ils) on creators.co. The link is here: https://creators.co/@cndial/4335764

Check it out! 494 more words

Horror Film

Movie Review: The Loreley's Grasp

The Loreley’s Grasp (1974)
Directed by Amando de Ossorio
Starring Tony Kendall, Helga Liné, Silvia Tortosa, Josefina Jartin, Loreta Tovar, José Thelman, Luis Induni, Ángel Menéndez, Luis Barboo… 944 more words

Reviews: Movies

The Glass Coffin (Spain, 2016)

The Glass Coffin aka El ataúd de cristal – is a 2016 Spanish horror thriller directed by Haritz Zubillaga (shorts: The Devil on Your Back… 360 more words


My Top 10 Horror Films of 1974

As the horror film evolved throughout the 1970s, two fascinating trends began to emerge that would come to define the genre in the 1980s: the rise of the “horror auteur” director, and the sudden prominence of the make-up FX artist. 1,558 more words

Alex Vorkov

Ghost Film List

List of must-see films for the Ghost section of my taxonomy of horror sub-genres. 1,482 more words