Scary Movie of the Day: October 10th

After a brief hiatus, the 31 Days of Horror are back with another found-footage staple from ten years ago. Funnily enough, this film is actually a remake of the Spanish horror film REC which will be featured in this countdown as well later this month. QUARANTINE (10 October 2018) Dir. John Erick Dowdle | Based … Continue reading Scary Movie of the Day: October 10th

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Scary Movie of the Day: October 5th

Already feeling like I'm going to run out of movies soon, but for now the 31 days of horror are going strong! V/H/S (5 October 2012) Created by Brad Miska and Bloody Disgusting This found-footage anthology series is a personal favorite of mine, particularly because of one of the sequels it spawned, V/H/S/2. V/HS had … Continue reading Scary Movie of the Day: October 5th

Scary Movie of the Day: October 2nd

My countdown of horror releases continues with 2009's Zombieland! For those who don't know, this month I'm going to be highlighting the horror films that were released each day leading up to Halloween. On this day nine years ago, what is perhaps the second most infamous zombie-comedy opened in theaters, officially introducing audiences to the iconic … Continue reading Scary Movie of the Day: October 2nd

Scary Movie of the Day: October 1st

Happy first day of Halloween! To properly celebrate the season, I'm going to be highlighting the horror films that were released each day leading up to Halloween. Starting out strong, October 1st marks the openings of both Tobe Hooper's original The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and George A. Romero's classic Night of the Living Dead, making … Continue reading Scary Movie of the Day: October 1st

Paramount’s New Film ‘Body Cam’ Merges Horror with Socio-Political Relevance

Full Article Lately, horror films have contained more and more socio-political relevance as a reflection of our own nation’s current turbulent climate. Movies like Get Out and The First Purge have heavily featured themes like race relations in America and the tensions between law enforcement and the black community.     Obviously, one film mastered … Continue reading Paramount’s New Film ‘Body Cam’ Merges Horror with Socio-Political Relevance

Video Essay on THE THING

Film Radar's video explores how John Carpenter's classic essentially hacks into your brain to scare the crap out of you https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CMCZTdncuQ&feature=youtu.be Full Article 1982's The Thing is easily one of my favorite horror movies, mainly because when I first watched it I was completely unsettled and freaked out by the film. It's hard to find … Continue reading Video Essay on THE THING