William Thurber meets fellow artist Richard Upton Pickman and his life changes irreparably for the worst.
Morgan has survived Virginia, but just barely, and she continues to hunt him.
A man is murdered but nobody helps. A year later, the brutal killer returns.
People in Alexandria attempt to move forward. Alpha commands her flock with a violent hand.
Benton uses Grace as bait, trying to lure Harp into a trap at Moose Fort.
BLOOD RAGE is equal parts hilarious and disturbing as full-blooded ’80s slasher turned Freudian psychodrama.
CURTAINS portrays the horrific industry in which actresses must fight against one another to get roles— to the point of bloody murder!
James Foley’s 1996 film FEAR is an example of the damage men do when they treat women and girls like property.
A decent little slasher flick, like an American Giallo, that could’ve been so much more.
The Omen. 1976. Directed by Richard Donner. Screenplay by David Seltzer. Starring Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, David Warner, Billie Whitelaw, Harvey Stephens, Patrick Troughton, Martin Benson, Robert Rietty, and Tommy Duggan. Twentieth Century Fox/Mace Neufeld Productions. Rated R. 111 minutes. Horror/Mystery ★★★★★ When it comes to supernatural horror I tend to be at a crossroadsContinue reading “The Omen: Religion, Creepy Kids, and Gregory Peck”
Day of the Dead. 1985. Directed & Written by George A. Romero. Starring Lori Cardille, Terry Alexander, Joseph Pilato, Jarlath Conroy, Anthony Dileo Jr., Richard Liberty, Sherman Howard, Gary Howard Klar, Ralph Marrero, John Amplas, Phillip G. Kellams, Taso N. Stavrakis, and Greg Nicotero. United Film Distribution Company (UFDC)/A Laurel Production/Dead Films Inc./Laurel-Day Inc. Rated R. 96Continue reading “Dystopia & Military Madness in Day of the Dead”