A movie that has sat on my shelf for years but remembered watched the 100 Scariest Movie Moments on Bravo and this film was discussed. I am sure that list is still available on youtube in some capacity but I don’t want to link it in fear of it being taken down so please look … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Les Diabolique(s)
Another film watched under the last big vhs tapes found at goodwill. I watched Maximum Overdrive, followed by The Blob and now, finally, we get to an early sci-fi/horror film called Them! I haven’t seen a black/white film in quite a long time now so I was very excited to see this film for the … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Them! (1954)
I go into watching movies for the first time with an open mind. I’m neither excited or lazying myself into watching. I am not sure how long this film has been sitting in my watchlist (I used Prime to watch this) but I’m thankful that I did. It’s an eerie, slow building, impact horror/indie film … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Carnival of Souls (1962)
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)
Title: Psycho Year: 1960 Dir.: Alfred Hitchcock Producer(s): Alfred Hitchcock Writer(s): Joseph Stefano (screenplay), Robert Bloch (novel) Company: Paramount Pictures (orig), Universal (current) Starring: Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles, Martin Balsam, John Gavin and John McIntire A considered “classic” of the horror genre. A film that has influenced horror in a way that only … Continue reading Psycho – it’s an Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece.