Sundays tend to be movie watching days, I’ve noticed. Not sure why I pick Sundays to watch but maybe because it’s a “relaxing, chill” kind of day. I wasn’t planning on watching this specific movie, I was looking towards something else. But thankfully, having Shudder provides you with different options.However this movie and watching is … Continue reading SoH Reviews: A Bay of Blood (1971)
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SoH Reviews: Black Sabbath (1963)
We’re continuing the Bava train with another review! Prior to watching 1960’s Black Sunday (or The Mask of Satan), I was super excited to see Bava’s collection on Shudder and I was a little overwhelmed about what to watch. So, we have talked about Shock, Blood and Black Lace, Black Sunday and now we are … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Black Sabbath (1963)
SoH Reviews: Black Sunday (1960)
I have waited so long to watch this movie… whenever I could find it. Magically, Shudder has acquired some Mario Bava films, including two that I will be reviewing this week. I saw one on Sunday (11/29) and one the previous week which will be talked about on Saturday’s post but today, we will discuss … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Black Sunday (1960)
A Color Story: Blood and Black Lace
Title: Blood and Black LaceYear: 1964Director: Mario BavaWriter(s): Mario Bava, Marcello Fondato, Giusseppe BarillaProducer(s): Massimo Patrizi, Alfredo MirabileCostume(s): Tina GraniCinematography: Ubaldo Terzano Starring: Eva Bartok, Cameron Mitchell, Thomas Reiner, Claude Dantes and Dante Di Paolo One of the few Italian horror films I saw in a 100 Scariest Movie Moments (on Bravo) programming and the … Continue reading A Color Story: Blood and Black Lace
The Beauty behind Giallo: A Visual Journey into Italian Horror
2019 is the year that I dove into the deep end of Italian horror, especially older films. I've swam in the shallow pool, only seen Suspiria, Demons and Demons 2. But nothing prepared me for what Italian or "giallo" horror is really about, the depths of how unique it is and at the opposite end … Continue reading The Beauty behind Giallo: A Visual Journey into Italian Horror
October Viewer Party!
October 2019 was the month of watching a lot of classic or unconventional horror but I wanted to share the films I watched and enjoyed this October. I didn’t do 31 films, I did not have time for that with my work schedule so I tried squeezing in as much as I could. These are … Continue reading October Viewer Party!