Although it’s too similar to the first movie and not as different as the third, CHILD’S PLAY 2 has its genuine slasher moments.
MOUNTAINTOP MOTEL MASSACRE’s a mess. But a creepy one about the horrors of neglected mental illness.
Ten slasher recommendations worthy of your Halloween marathons this season
1982’s THE SLAYER is a Video Nasty, and it’s not amazing, but it’s so much more, too.
The endlessly unnerving SLEEPAWAY CAMP was more ambitious than other slashers, opting to take on psychological damage and gender roles.
URBAN EXPLORER’s not a good movie, but it has plenty of things to say about how we sometimes choose to hide the past rather than confront it.
One of the best intertextual horror films out there: a deconstructionist look at the slasher sub-genre.
FOX’s Scream Queens Season 2, Episode 6: “Blood Drive” Directed by Mary Wigmore Written by Brad Falchuk * For a review of the previous episode, “Chanel Pour Homme-Icide” – click here * For a review of the next episode, “The Hand” – click here At the CURE Institute life goes on, though not exactly well.Continue reading “Scream Queens – Season 2, Episode 6: “Blood Drive””
The original night of Valentine’s Day terror, when the ’80s was getting full into the swing of horror. A true slasher classic.
Craven’s influential, innovative slasher took horror to a new level in the ’90s.
The sweet revenge of a man left for dead comes at the end of a sharp, shiny hook.
FOX’s Scream Queens Season 2, Episode 4: “Halloween Blues” Directed by Loni Peristere Written by Brad Falchuk * For a review of the previous episode, “Handidates” – click here * For a review of the next episode, “Chanel Pour Homme-icide” – click here After the bloody events of Chanel Oberlin’s (Emma Roberts) would-be wedding toContinue reading “Scream Queens – Season 2, Episode 4: “Halloween Blues””