The Crazies was an unconventional and random choice. The Crazies somehow seems more relevant now than it did in 1973. The Crazies showcased that Romero always had a knack for being ahead on content and storytelling. For today’s post, I watched 1973’s The Crazies. If it didn’t sum up what was to come in 2020, … Continue reading The Crazies (1973) Review + Relevancy
When you think of television horror, many popular content comes to mind: The Twilight Zone, Tales from the Crypt, Tales from the Darkside, Goosebumps, American Horror Story, maybe episodes from The X-Files and Are You Afraid of the Dark?. But in the midst of those great shows and others that weren’t mentioned here but you … Continue reading Why did Monsters got lost in the shuffle?
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
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!