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House (1985)

The Victorian home of horrors from the 1985 film “House” can be found in Monrovia, California.  It’s an impressive house to see, even if you’re unfamiliar with the film.

LOCATION: 329 Melrose Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016

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Friday the 13th Part 3 - In Memoriam documentary review

The third part of the Friday the 13th series will always hold a special place in Jason fans hearts.

It was the first time that Jason would don the infamous hockey mask, and thus a franchise was born. 155 more words

9 Things You May Not Know About Halloween H20

John Carpenter and Debra Hill couldn’t kill Michael Myers. The fans wouldn’t let them. That didn’t stop Jamie Lee Curtis from taking a shot at it, though. 2,004 more words


Blood Red: Hoop-Tober 4.0 - The Final Chapter

Happy Halloween!  There’s no better time to wrap up my annual Hoop-Tober horror marathon than by re-visiting some old classics and just marveling at how the masters of the genre did it bigger and better all those years ago.   532 more words


Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

Directed by Steve Miner

Starring Amy Steel, John Furey,  Adrienne King, Betsy Palmer, Warrington Gillette, Steve Daskawitz

I didn’t get to see this one till later, but it wasn’t hard to figure out that this is the first one that Jason is the main killer in….AND he doesn’t have a hockey mask. 955 more words

Live-blogging* the “Friday the 13th” Marathon, Ep. III – “Friday the 13th Part 3 In 3-D” (1982)

Gateway Film Center, Columbus, Ohio – Friday, October 13, 2017*

To celebrate the most recent Friday the 13th falling in October, Columbus, Ohio’s Gateway Film Center pulled off a wonderful idea in high style: a back-to-back screening of the first four Friday the 13th films – known colloquially by many fans as “the good ones” – starting at 7:00 on the night itself and ending in Saturday the 14th’s wee hours, just like Friday the 13th Part 3 technically began. 5,679 more words


House (1986) review

“This house knows everything about you. Leave while you can!”

I have no recollection of why I wanted to see House. When I was a kid, I was curious about horror films, but I was also absolutely terrified of them; the terror would win out over the curiosity every time.  306 more words