What is the greatest slasher ever made? That is an unanswerable question. We’ve all got our favorites. Without doubt, Black Christmas ranks as a mandatory view for many genre followers. In many ways it’s the original slasher. Prior to 1974… Continue Reading
The original Brat Pack rose to prominence in the 1980s thanks to stellar coming of age pics like The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, The Outsiders, Pretty in Pink and St. Elmo’s Fire (among others) and consisted primarily of Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, and Ally Sheedy.
On the very same day in 1984, both A Nightmare on Elm Street and Silent Night, Deadly Night were released into theaters. Both films spawned franchises and became fan-favorite classics, though only one of them is often hailed as a… Continue Reading
To pinpoint one single horror film as the “best” of the genre is nearly impossible. For decades fear has acted as a magnet to young and old. Perhaps it is the adrenaline that rushes through the body in that moment… Continue Reading
They each turned to crowdfunding for their film projects. But neither Joe Dante (Burying the Ex) nor Stuart Gordon (Nevermore) reached their goals. And it doesn’t look like Dario Argento (The Sandman) or George Romero’s son, Cameron (Origins), will either. … Continue Reading
Post Thumb: /stock/jason.jpg Most fans of the Friday the 13th franchise have been contemplating recent rumors of a found footage approach for the forthcoming series re-reboot. And it’s probably safe to assume that most (at least diehards) fans weren’t overjoyed… Continue Reading
Post Thumb: /stock/jason.jpg It was recently reported that the producers of the forthcoming Friday the 13th film are considering making the newest entry in the series a found footage movie. As is customary with rumors of beloved film franchises, everyone… Continue Reading
Post Thumb: /dec12/newyears.jpg Though it was a pretty good year for movies, 2012 has for the most part sucked. False raptures, non-existent Armageddons, Norm MacDonald’s Vampire Dog… enough already! It’s with great pleasure that we give this year the proverbial… Continue Reading