I’ve done something similar to this before. In 2020, I did a longer list that was about 50 films and I did 2 parts of it but I think now, 2 years later, I think I played it safe. A lot of the choices there were typical of what everyone else would say and there’s … Continue reading My Personal Favorites of All Time (Film)
I’m not the biggest fan of this subgenre of horror. I don’t mind them but I wouldn’t immediately rush to these types of films. I love supernatural, thriller, and even slasher horror but I wouldn’t go to comedy. But when you do it well, you do it very well and it has an impact. So … Continue reading Comedic Horror
I thought about this topic for a while and I love watching other youtube channels talk on certain topics I haven’t thought of. I jotted this idea down around the 6th of this month and wrote down a lot of movies I could think of that would fit and here we are. So today, I … Continue reading Top 10 On A Stage Horror Films
A film called Killbots is released in March of 1986 to limited screens. It doesn't do well at the box office. However, it's given a rename, Chopping Mall, and is released later that year on vhs where it created a cult following that still exists today. Betamax was developed in 1975. VHS was now accessible … Continue reading VHS Finds: The Video Store Edition
I did a previous post about my favorite VHS finds which I will link so please check that one out. This time, we're going to do covers. Out of maybe 100-110 vhs tapes that are in my horror collection, some of the covers do stand out. And if you think about it, remember what it … Continue reading SoH Favorites: Top 10 VHS Covers
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: The Rocky Horror Picture Show Year: 1975 Dir.: Jim Sharman Producer(s): Lou Adler, Michael White Writer(s): Richard O’Brien (based on original theatre production with lyrics, etc), Jim Sharman Company: 20th Century Fox Starring: Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Richard O’Brien, Patricia Quinn, Little Nell/Nell Campbell, Meatloaf, Charles Gray. "I would like to... if … Continue reading The Rocky Horror Picture Show: It’s a jump to the left.