Celebrating CJ: Dawn of the Dead’s Tale of Redemption

The first words out of CJ’s mouth after the elevator doors parted to expose Michael Kelly flanked by a pair of his security guard...
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Leprechaun 4: In Space (1997) – From Zero to Hero

Leprechaun 4: In Space, Brian Trenchard-Smith's direct-to-video sequel, is nothing short of brilliant filmmaking - though you'd be fooled if you searched the film...

Romero’s Zombie Movies Ranked, From Worst to Best

The Godfather of the modern zombie flick, George A. Romero, took the semi-mythical creature from Haitian folklore (check out the novel of the same name upon which...
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‘Hostel’ Still Defines the Torture Porn Sub-genre 11 Years Later

In the early 2000's, Eli Roth came into the horror scene as a director and gave us the now cult classic Cabin Fever. Riding...

History of ‘Halloween’: The Return, The Revenge, & The Curse (Pt 3)

Welcome back to our History of Halloween series! In the previous two weeks, we've discussed the first three films of the franchise, and this week...

History of ‘Halloween’: Must be the Season of the Witch (Pt 2)

Welcome back to our History of Halloween series! Throughout October, we'll be releasing an article per week on the classic franchise. Last week we...

Urban Legend is Still a 90’s Favorite 18 Years Later

"It happened to someone who knows someone you know. You're next!" If you've read any of my 90's throwback articles, it will come as...

60+ Years of Godzilla: The Heisei era

If you haven't had a chance to read our brief rundown of the original Showa era of Godzilla films then please read part one...
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Stephen King’s Thinner (1996) is Still Bone-Chilling 20 Years Later

I've always been a fan of Stephen King, both novels and movie adaptations. I grew up with the popular ones such as Carrie, The...

History of ‘Halloween’: The Night He Came Home (Pt 1)

Halloween is just around the corner, so what better time to revisit the classic slasher franchise that centers around the holiday? We'll be releasing...

Snakes on a Plane Turns 10!

There are certain aspirations men my age seem to have in life: find a partner, settle down, maybe start having kids if that's your...
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Revisiting ‘Vanilla Sky’ 15 Years Later

When the ahead-of-its-time film Vanilla Sky was initially released, people didn't really know what to make of it. After all, on paper, it certainly seemed...

Seven (1995): ‘What’s in the Box?’ Is Now of U.S. Legal Drinking Age!

Boy, are we a lucky audience when David Fincher decided to step behind the camera as director for the first time. Okay, maybe not...

The Shining: Looking Back 36 Years Later

Heeere's Johnny! The Shining - widely acknowledged as one of the scariest films ever made- was released on the 23rd of May, 1980. If you've...

Maximum Overdrive turns 30

Watch out for the Happy Toyz truck - Stephen King's Maximum Overdrive turns the big 3-0 this month and the Green Goblin might be...
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The Running Man Turns 30: Revisiting America’s Deadliest Game Show

The Running Man, Paul Michael Glaser's adaptation of the Richard Bachman (Stephen King) novel, turns 30 years old this year! To honor this iconic...

Looking Back At Killer Klowns From Outer Space

What's your favorite day of the year? That question usually returns similar answers. My birthday. Christmas. Today (if you're the live in the moment type)....
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A Look Back: ‘Deep Blue Sea’ 17 Years Later

Deep Blue Sea - the movie that gave us all a much needed shark-fix for the 90's is a classic in our books. Can...
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4 ‘Killer Tomatoes’ Movies in 4 Days: a Heroic Journey into Madness

Horror films have given audiences plenty of baddies to be scared of. We've been frightened by vampires, zombies, killer sharks and many others. But...

Mothra (1961): Reflecting on Toho Studios’ Sci-Fi Classic

The realm of kaiju is filled with quite the technicolor rainbow of original designs. The creatures range from classic designs like that of Godzilla;...