Part historical thriller, part survival horror (akin to The Walking Dead), The Terror is loosely based on a true story… but it feels more like John Carpenter’s The Thing.
I’ve been utterly disgusted by the perpetual and baffling stagnation of the film industry. With a list of remakes and reboots announced, including iconic titles like Friday the 13th, Halloween and Child’s Play, just to name a few, cautious optimism is hard to… Continue Reading →
October is in full swing, and just a few minutes of channel surfing offers up a wide variety of classic and current horror flicks to get you in the mood.
Rob Zombie makes yet another film about aging rednecks and clowns. So, do you enjoy movies where the “hottie” (while still lovely) is closer to 50 than 20? How about films where absolutely none of the characters are likable? Maybe… Continue Reading →
The independent horror film genre has had an enthusing history in American cinematic culture. Though only a couple of horror classics have made it into the highest-grossing indie films list, they have consistently cost less to make than low-budget films… Continue Reading →
What if the ultimate global catastrophe isn’t a Zombie Apocalypse, but one involving the extinction of the human race?