We review both classic and underground horror films, spanning from the 1950s to now and share interesting facts about the making of these films, as well as controversial theories that have plagued fans for decades.
Season 2 is officially here! To get you in the fall spirit of horror, we're reviewing The Mutilator (a.k.a. Fall Break). You'll need a good sense of humor for this 1984 slasher. Get ready for some great kills, gore, and weaponry! Link to Original and Re-Released Movie Posters:
He's back! And this time, it's complicated. Get ready for 15 days of Godzilla: Part 2, where we'll conclude our review of the Showa era's Godzilla franchise. This is quite literally the good, the bad, and the oh so ugly of Godzilla's many costumes. You've been warned!
It's everyone's favorite lizard/dinosaur, plus villain/hero. Grab your popcorn and get ready for 15 days of Godzilla: Part 1. We'll be reviewing the Showa era's classic depiction of a lovable yet misunderstood monster, with a heart of gold and an uncanny affection for mankind, who in return uses every vice possible to try to destroy him.
In episode 8, we'll review your favorite cast of dead people. Join us as we recount George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead (1968), Dawn of the Dead (1978), and Day of the Dead (1985).
In episode 7, we'll review one of the most controversial horror films of all time, Silent Night, Deadly Night, from 1984.
In episode 6, we'll review the classic 1974 horror film Black Christmas.
In episode 5, we review the underground killer kids movie from 1981, Bloody Birthday.
In episode 4, we review the underground monster movie from 1981, The Boogens. What are these things?
In episode 3, we review the Thanksgiving Day horror classic from 1987, Blood Rage a.k.a Slasher a.k.a Murder at Shadow Woods.
In episode 2, we'll review the underrated, made-for-TV horror film from 1974, Bad Ronald. Is Ronald really bad or just the victim of bad luck?
In episode 1, we'll review the classic 1980 slasher film, Friday the 13th: Part II.
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