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)
Water is essential to our lives and our planet. It can be beautiful and mesmerizing in a waterfall, transform into snowflakes, hit the ground and grass as rain and that aroma hits your nostril. It can also be dangerous with floods, inhaling too much water, or keeping a big secret like a Megalodon still alive! … Continue reading AQUATIC HORROR
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
How have I not talked about this topic as a whole? Television and horror go great together. Now, horror can be straight up horror and gore, supernatural or paranormal elements, or include fantasy, sci-fi, mystery and thriller. I avoided doing television for a long time because depending on the show, the seasons can be either … Continue reading Favorites: Top 10 Horror TV Shows
October 2020 has the BIGGEST watchlist so far and it’s time to share some of my favorites so far. I will only list maybe 5 plus 2-3 honorable mentions because we can’t do a list without some honorable mentions! Just as a background note, since the beginning of 2020, I have been watching or seen … Continue reading Favorites: October Watches
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)
My love of horror doesn’t end with just posting and blogs or watching the growing forms of media. It’s also the thrill of finding them on VHS, collecting them for my ever growing collection. Today, I’ll give me top 10 favorite finds, in no particular order and remember that these were found at various thrift … Continue reading SoH Favorites: Top 10 VHS finds
Title: Dawn of the Dead Year: 1978 Dir.: George A. Romero Producer(s): Richard P. Rubenstein Writer(s): George A. Romero, collaboration with Dario Argento Company: United Film Distribution Company, Laurel Group Inc. Starring: Ken Foree, David Emge, Scott Reiniger, Gaylen Ross It’s funny how I’m discussing this film before the original (first part in the Dead … Continue reading Dawn of the Dead; when there’s no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth.
You know what time it is! It's another post discussing another film and for this, I decided to go back in time. If you came from tumblr and the entire shotsofhorror blog over there, you might recognize the captures used from there. I have saved EVERY single capture I've edited (and some never posted) and … Continue reading Creepshow; I want my cake!