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
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
Let's Do the Time (Loop) Again For those of you who were just as pleasantly surprised by 2017's Happy Death Day -- which for all appearances could have been awful -- good news! Blumhouse Productions and director Christopher Landon have announced that the sequel to the time-loop horror comedy is officially coming next February, on … Continue reading ‘Happy Death Day’ is Officially Getting a Sequel
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
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
Full Article Based on the novel of the same name, Angelina Jolie's next film The Kept sounds like the perfect recipe for the actress to finally snatch up an Oscar for Best Actress. The Amazon synopsis of the novel, written by James Scott, reads: In the winter of 1897, a trio of killers descends upon … Continue reading Angelina Jolie to Star in Upcoming Thriller ‘The Kept’
If Henry Cavill does in fact abandon the role, then I have more than a couple ideas of who I'd love to see fill his shiny red shoes Here's a hint, Michael B. Jordan is DEFINITELY on this list. Anyone who says he's not perfect for the role is A. Wrong and/or B. Probably some … Continue reading Who Should Take Over as the Man of Steel?