I’ve got a latest obsession; films prior to the 1980s. That decade is quite oversaturated, big franchises come from that decade and I think we kind of ignore anything prior to that decade or we don’t give it enough love. We enjoy Black Christmas, Alien and Halloween and then… that’s it. That’s kind of sad, … Continue reading SoH Reviews: The Red Queen Kills Seven Times (1972)
Sundays tend to be movie watching days, I’ve noticed. Not sure why I pick Sundays to watch but maybe because it’s a “relaxing, chill” kind of day. I wasn’t planning on watching this specific movie, I was looking towards something else. But thankfully, having Shudder provides you with different options.However this movie and watching is … Continue reading SoH Reviews: A Bay of Blood (1971)
This movie. I knew what to expect but I still didn’t know how wild this movie would become. I do want to give a mini shout out to the youtube channel Dead Meat which I believe they discussed on the podcast or… it could have been a kill count but I do remember this film … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Tourist Trap (1979)
An unexpected watch… comes in the form of a 1970s horror film from the streaming site Shudder. Last week, I was on Shudder looking at the countless movies I have on my watchlist and randomly picked this film because I had previously just watched The 50 Best Horror Movies You’ve Never Seen (on Prime) and … Continue reading SoH Reviews: The Evil
The Crazies was an unconventional and random choice. The Crazies somehow seems more relevant now than it did in 1973. The Crazies showcased that Romero always had a knack for being ahead on content and storytelling. For today’s post, I watched 1973’s The Crazies. If it didn’t sum up what was to come in 2020, … Continue reading The Crazies (1973) Review + Relevancy
un·der·rate /ˌəndə(r)ˈrāt/ verb past tense: underrated; past participle: underrated underestimate the extent, value, or importance of (someone or something). "a very underrated film" What qualifies as an underrated film? a) It the lack of knowledge the general public knows? b) Is it genre based? c) Was a financial failure or success? Why do some feels … Continue reading Underrated: Alice, Sweet Alice
Title: Carrie Year: 1976 Dir.: Brian de Palma Producer(s): Paul Manosh Writer(s): Lawrence D. Cohen (screenplay), “Carrie” novel by Stephen King Company: United Artists Starring: Sissy Spacek, William Katt, John Travolta, Piper Laurie How could I have forgotten Carrie? It’s one of the few Stephen King films that I’ve seen and read with its novelization. … Continue reading Carrie; take Carrie to the prom, I dare you!
Title: Halloween Year: 1978 Dir.: John Carpenter Producer(s): Debra Hill Writer(s): John Carpenter, Debra Hill Company: Compass International Starring: Donald Pleasance, Jamie Lee Curtis, PJ Soles, Nancy Loomis. So. We’ve arrived at one of the big juggernauts of horror. Even if you’re not a fan of horror, you know the big ones: Friday the 13th, … Continue reading Halloween; the night he came home.
Title: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Year: 1974 Dir.: Tobe Hooper Producer(s): Tobe Hooper, Kim Henkel, Jay Parsley, Richard Saenz Writer(s): Tobe Hooper, Kim Henkel Company: Vortex, Bryanston Distributing Company Starring: Marilyn Burns, Allen Danziger, Paul A. Partain, William Vail, Teri McMinn, Edwin Neal, Jim Siedow, Gunnar Hansen, John Dugan It looks gritty. It looks raw. … Continue reading The Texas Chainsaw Massacre; what happened is true..