jigsaw

The Incredible Filmmakers Behind ‘Jigsaw’

I'm the first to admit that I don't particularly care for the Saw franchise. I understand why the films appeal to so many people,...
The Exorcist Fox

An Open Letter to Fox: Renew ‘The Exorcist’!

Dear Fox Television, The American broadcast networks seem to have all but given up on trying to appeal to an intelligent audience. Like herpes, Big...
Insane Clown Posse

Editorial: How Insane Clown Posse and the Dark Carnival Saved Me

Chances are that you've heard of them: Insane Clown Posse. The words "talentless" and "tasteless," among others, probably come to mind. Everyone is entitled...
Dr. Loomis

Why ‘Halloween’ Should Move on from Dr. Loomis

In light of the announcement that David Gordon Green and Danny McBride are bringing Halloween back to life alongside Blumhouse and the legendary John...
Godzilla

60+ Years of Godzilla: The Showa Era

First thing is first, did you know Godzilla is returning today? https://youtu.be/M89VLZgo1Vg After twelve long years, TOHO Studios is finally releasing Godzilla: Resurgence! This will make...
national pet day

Celebrating Beast from The Hills Have Eyes (2006) for National Pet Day!

Heroes get remembered, but legends never die. In celebration of National Pet Day, we thought it'd be fitting to discuss perhaps the most legendary...
halloween

The Ridiculous Details That Halloween Fans are Overlooking

The Halloween franchise is my favorite series of horror films, so believe me when I say that I'm every bit as hyped for the...
daniel plainview

There Will Be Blood: How Daniel Plainview Rivals Horror’s Greatest Villains

There are few films outside of the horror genre as ominous and perpetually unsettling as Paul Thomas Anderson's 2007 historical drama, There Will Be...
Jennifer Kent Essie Davis Babadook

The Babadook: How Jennifer Kent and Essie Davis Rocked the Horror Genre

February is Women in Horror Month, so over the next few weeks, we'll be highlighting the women who have accomplished so much within our...

Train to Busan Delivers one of Horror’s Great Child Performances

Whether it’s a memorable line, an action sequence that takes your breath away or a performance that leaves you speechless, cinema is about moments...
Beethoven v. Cujo

Beethoven v. Cujo: The Crossover the World Deserved

Dear reader, in personal celebration of my 200th written article on HorrorGeekLife, I decided that the only suitable means of reaching this milestone was...
finn wolfhard

From Stranger Things to IT, Finn Wolfhard is Horror’s New Hero

Throughout the history of cinema and television, there has been a great number of young actors who exude the raw talent and natural coolness...
Snow-Themed Horror Films

Surviving a Blizzard: How Snow-Themed Horror Films Kept me Alive

Oh dear. There were several things I expected from Saturday morning, but this wasn't one of them. I planned to lounge around in my sweatpants...
Halloween III

Watch ‘Halloween III’ in Honor of Dan O’Herlihy’s Birthday

For years, the third installment of the Halloween franchise had been treated like a bastard child, and not in a Jon Snow kind of...
jason voorhees

The Incredible Jason Voorhees Moment That Deserves Celebrating

In life, there are small moments that seldom receive the notice and celebration in which they deserve. The same rings true for film, television,...

Tom Holland Celebrates His 73rd Birthday!

Every day someone new celebrates a birthday; another year older and hopefully another year wiser. Some birthday's stick out more to us because the...
Bad Movies

Editorial: Why I Love Awesomely Bad Movies

I was maybe 12 years old the first time I ever saw my first low budget sci-fi movie. I don't remember much about it...
Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park and the Greatest Heel/Face Turn in Cinema History

Next month, Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park turns twenty-four. To celebrate, we're taking a look at the greatest, most underrated hero arc in cinema history....
Dana Delorenzo

Guest Post: Dana DeLorenzo- It Takes a Village to Raise a Strong (Female) Character

A few weeks ago, Horror Geek Life had a light bulb moment. How great would it be to have a true horror heroine offer...
Queen of the Damned

How ‘Queen of the Damned’ is the ‘Saturday Night Fever’ for American Goth Culture

Consider these two films: 1977's Saturday Night Fever and 2002's Queen of the Damned. On the surface they seem like two entirely different films. One...