Seasonal Horror

We’re still in summer and yet I’m itching for fall. Mostly because I need my sweatshirt and sweater weather to come NOW cos it’s been so hot. But with sweater weather, I thought of some seasonal horror. I wonder why seasonal horror works so well. It’s a niche genre, yes, I feel like we get … Continue reading Seasonal Horror

Watching by Numbers with Creepshow (1982)

I don’t think I’ve ever reviewed Creepshow on here.Yet I have mentioned the show on countless lists, watched the sequel, the show on Shudder and have most of the funko pops of the tv series. But finding Creepshow on dvd (I only had it on vhs), I was able to do something I remembered the … Continue reading Watching by Numbers with Creepshow (1982)

Unforgettable Scenes in Horror

It’s been a minute. I have thoroughly enjoyed my break and I’m gonna ease back into writing for the blog. I will say that this break has given me time to come up with new ideas/content and watched the most films I’ve watched this whole year so far at a time. But while watching some … Continue reading Unforgettable Scenes in Horror

When Horror Focuses on Kids

I did a post a while ago about children & horror, it was an interesting topic and well, I was reading through it and I kinda want to do part 2 but maybe a lightning round of even more movies that would/could be discussed more. I really focused more on horror media towards a kid … Continue reading When Horror Focuses on Kids

Favorites: Ranking ANOES Franchise

Overdue for a long, long time. The Nightmare on Elm Street franchise is my favorite franchise in the genre. There are only 9 films under its belt and a tv series Freddy’s Nightmares that will be excluded out of this list for the fact that it is a series. Finally, I am going to rank … Continue reading Favorites: Ranking ANOES Franchise

SoH Reviews: Dario Argento’s Opera

Another day, another Dario Argento film. This week, I sat down to watch Opera, a 1987 horror/thriller about a young woman, in the lead role of a production of Macbeth, being stalked by someone who literally forces her to watch her friends and close ones get murdered. Now seeing that I’ve watched quite a few … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Dario Argento’s Opera

A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child; It’s a Boy!

Title: A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child Year: 1989 Dir.: Stephen Hopkins Producer(s): Robert Shaye, Rupert Harvey Writer(s): Leslie Bohem Company: New Line Cinema Starring: Lisa Wilcox, Robert Englund, Kelly Jo Minter, Erika Anderson, Danny Hassel, Whit Hertford, and Joe Seely This one I’d say is probably the more ambitious of the … Continue reading A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child; It’s a Boy!

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master; are you ready for Freddy?

Title: A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master Year: 1988 Dir.: Renny Harlin Producer(s): Robert Shaye, Rachel Talalay Writer(s): Brian Helgeland, Ken and Jim Wheats (screenplay), William Kotzwinkle, Brian Helgeland (story) Company: New Line Cinema Starring: Robert Englund, Lisa Wilcox, Danny Hassel, Tuesday Knight, Ken Sagoes, Rodney Eastman, Andras Jones, Brooke Theiss and … Continue reading A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master; are you ready for Freddy?

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors; Freddy’s just around the corner.

Title: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors Year: 1987 Dir.: Chuck Russell Producer(s): Robert Shaye Writer(s): Wes Craven, Frank Darabont, Bruce Wagner Company: New Line Cinema Starring: Heather Langenkamp, Patricia Arquette, Larry Fishbourne, Craig Wasson, Priscilla Pointer and Robert Englund One of my favorites in the franchise. As much as I have accepted … Continue reading A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors; Freddy’s just around the corner.

SoH Reviews: Tetsuo I (The Iron Man)

This has nothing to do with Akira but I find the similarities interesting. I didn’t know what to expect from this movie. It has been sitting in my list on Shudder for two reasons: the summary sounded interesting, as well as it being a black and white Japanese film. However, I was not expecting this … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Tetsuo I (The Iron Man)