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
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The Movie Theater Experience(s): the horror edition
With the current pandemic of 2020 still affecting us, it got me to think about movie theaters. Now granted, movie theaters have been in the news recently during the current pandemic and whether or not they will survive, I feel they will. I think we miss the entire movie theater experience, which is what this … Continue reading The Movie Theater Experience(s): the horror edition
Favorites Series: Zombies
I did one of these around November of last year, talking about some of my supernatural films that I am a fan of. I decided to do this again with another topic which I’ve chosen as zombies! Or the living dead, the walking, the undead, basically they are dead and they are alive and they … Continue reading Favorites Series: Zombies
SoH Favorites: Top 10 VHS finds
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
Dawn of the Dead; when there’s no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth.
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.