The intentions of this blog in 2015 was showcasing cinematography and the artistry behind and within horror films. Inspired by a random tumblr that focused on cinematography in dramas, I got the idea to do the same for horror. Thankfully in modern times, horror is taken more seriously, more recognition and acceptance but I still … Continue reading SoH Presents: Favorite CINEMATOGRAPHY
I was watching a video from the youtube channel Drumdums, which you guys should check out; he does some cool horror videos. However, it was one video that grabbed my attention. He did a list, a top 50 favorite (or best) moments of the Halloween franchise, in his opinion. I thought, hmm, that’s interesting, you’d … Continue reading Top 10 Favorite Moments from ANOES Franchise
So we all have our comfort foods, comfort tv shows, comfort movies, etc, right? I got this idea yesterday (12/9) and I wondered what my comfort or guilty pleasure films that I go to in the genre. So I thought about what movies I tend to go to more than once to just put on … Continue reading 5 Guilty Pleasure Horror Movies
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
So this is somewhat inspired by a vhs/dvd of Boogeymen but in my own opinion. If you do not know about Boogeymen, it was a compilation of “icons” of horror but it was most 90% popular and then 10% of unknowns (which is great for exposure) put together with classic scenes and some trivia about … Continue reading Top 10 List of Horror Icons (new & classic)
A horror needs a few credentials or essentials: Some kind of plot or narrative, characters, the big baddie and of course, a location where all of these are to take place. So today’s post is about some of my favorite locations in horror. Now this can be all over the place because of what identifies … Continue reading Top 10 Location Bound Horror
Scream Queens are a huge part of the horror genre. They are our final girls who at the end defeat the “evil” or the bad guy. They are victorious, they come out on top and they become stronger. They become the face of power in horror. We cheer for them, we root for them, we … Continue reading Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street Review
Title: Freddy’s Dead (The Final Nightmare) Year: 1991 Dir.: Rachel Talalay Producer(s): Robert Shaye, Michael De Luca, Michael N. Knue, Aron Warner Writer(s): Michael De Luca, Rachel Talalay (story) Company: New Line Cinema Starring: Lisa Zane, Robert Englund, Shon Greenblatt, Yaphet Kotto, Lezlie Deane As much fun as I have watching this movie, this movie … Continue reading Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare; they saved the best for last… did they?
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!
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?