The Fear Street trilogy ends with a bang
Part two of the Fear Street trilogy takes us back to a classic summer camp slasher
“Fear Street 1994” is a fun little movie. There is a surprising amount of gore and the effects are quite good, which elevate this flick above the story and characters.
The webcam that stares back at you.
Director Prano Bailey-Bond made an impressive feature film debut with Censor. We spoke about video nasties and making a hero out of someone who should, ostensibly, be a villain.
With an important message and an impressive star, Censor is not a film to be missed.
In honor of his birthday, here is Vincent Price appearing on The Muppet Show.
Overall, Fall River is a juicy bit of true-crime goodness. It’s an interesting story that you probably haven’t heard before.
An out-of-place tree was discovered growing out of the stomach of a murdered man.
One of the few Canadian hardcore efforts to be made during the 1970s “porno chic” craze, the history of Sexcula is far more interesting than the film itself.
There really isn’t a whole lot to say about this commercial. It’s a terrifying demon clown pimping delicious sugary cereal.
If you say you are not looking forward to Jennifer’s Body, you are a damn liar. I know I am eager to see the horror-comedy-with-a-message starring Megan Fox as a high school hottie who starts killing boys when she is possessed by a demon.