The Director Don Cosacarelli returns to direct, “Phantasm II”. This sequel turn out be a horror cult classic but due to negative reviews and the rotten tomatoes gave it a poor rating for part II. 195 more words
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John’s Horror Corner: Phantasm V: Ravager (2016), an unworthy apocalyptic end to a once great franchise.
MY CALL: This is the only film in the series I didn’t like at all. Completely uninspired, yet still boasting our favorite characters reunited yet again and some nice ideas that find only the poorest execution. 643 more words
John’s Horror Corner: Phantasm IV: Oblivion (1998), finally we have some answers to the mysteries of the Tall Man, his evil dwarves, his deadly balls…and now time travel!
MY CALL: At first, this film feels like a typical bad 90s movie. It’s not. Give it a chance and franchise fans will be pleased by the revelations within even though the effects were largely lacking. 876 more words
MY CALL: Complete, awesome absurdity is what we have here in this highly ambitious horror classic. Here’s my take on the plot: a supernatural funeral director who occasionally seduces men (in the form of a young woman) employs bladed flying murder balls to kill people who interfere with his mission to create undead midgets whom he outsources as slave labor on an ultra-high gravity planet. 820 more words