Ernest Scared Stupid (1991) is Still a Halloween Favorite 25 Years Later!

I love everything about October: the cool breeze, watching the trees change colors, carving pumpkins, trick or treating, and most of all, watching Halloween...
Wes Craven's New Nightmare

Wes Craven’s New Nightmare (1994) is Still Horrifying 22 Years Later!

Throughout my life, I've never failed to put Wes Craven's New Nightmare on a pedestal. Not only do I think that this film presents...

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...
Guilala

Guilala Attacks! The X From Outer Space (1967)- Video Retro

Shin Godzilla's American release is October 11th! Why not sit back and prepare for the glory of 'The King' by watching some of his...

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...

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...

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...
Wicker Man

“Not the bees!”: The Wicker Man Remake Turns 10!

2006 was undoubtedly a great year in film. The year brought us instant classics such as The Departed, The Prestige, Pan's Labyrinth, Little Miss...

Feast (2005) Turns 11! Who’s Hungry?

Back before camera phones and downloadable film editing software, the only way for indie filmmakers to make a decent movie was to find someone...
Supernatural

“The Road So Far…” – Supernatural Premiered 11 Years Ago!

Supernatural turns eleven years old today, and with season twelve slated to begin next month, the series has yet to slow down - making...
sleepaway camp

Revisiting the Iconic Slasher ‘Sleepaway Camp’ 33 Years Later!

Ah, Sleepaway Camp. If you are a certain age, the very title brings up all sorts of mental images, horrific and otherwise. More than...

30 Years Later, Stand By Me is Still A Timeless Classic

Growing up, I had the privilege of watching several "coming of age" movies, but out of all of them, the one that stands out...

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;...
Leprechaun 4

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...
Rocky Horror Picture Show

“Time is…fleeting” – The Rocky Horror Picture Show turns 41!

Over the past 40 years, chances are you have, at the very least, heard of the cult phenomenon The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The...

From Dusk Till Dawn: A 20th Anniversary Look Back

The year 1996 was a rough year for me as a horror fan; on one hand I finally had my own VHS copies of...
Event Horizon

Even ‘Event Horizon’ gets an Even Break: A Retro-Review

The year 1997 was a pretty damn good year for science fiction movies. Audiences were graced with such classics as Men in Black, Starship...
American Werewolf

Horror Classic ‘American Werewolf in London’ turns 35!

Heralded as one of the greatest horror classics by movie fans all over the world, John Landis' American Werewolf in London is an era defining film...
Session 9

Session 9: Fifteen years later – Retro Review

Session 9: A Retro Review The first time I watched Session 9 I will surely never forget. It was late one night, roughly eight or...
Dead & Breakfast

Dead & Breakfast Still Serving Up the Gore 11 Years Later

It's been over a decade since Dead & Breakfast, a splatterific love note to all things Peter Jackson and Sam Raimi, was released upon the world....