We head to the theater this week to check out Bohemian Rhapsody (2018).
We return to 70's disaster with The Poseidon Adventure (1972).
A little something extra, plus an important reminder.
As Garth Brooks said: This one fits perfectly well right here.
The Slasher Film genre culminates in the half take off / half serious combo that is Scream (1996).
It's a Train Movie, it's a Zombie Movie, it's Asian, Here we go on a ride on the Train to Busan (2016).
How much hell does Hellraiser (1987) raise?
Today, the scarier half of the Spielberg Summer: Poltergeist (1982).
On November 1st, 1993, the sun rose at 6:18AM. But what happened before that? Oh, just a little Hocus Pocus (1993).
Today we decide if The Evil Dead (1981) really is The Ultimate Experience in Grueling Horror or not.
There is no trap in Trap (2006).
Mystery, Magic and bad dental practices abound in Sleepy Hollow (1999).
Bad dreams, bed portals and a BIG pin. It's A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).
Is Child of Glass (1978) a Disney televison classic? Maybe.
We saw SAW (2004), listen and see what we say.
The grandfather of zombie films still has some things to say and so do we. It's Night of the Living Dead (1968).
Plug it up! or else 70's "Weird Al" Jesus will judge you. It's Carrie (1976).
Today we visit the Hammer side of horror in The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1964).
Some people live in the house, some people are The Others (2001). But which are which?
Summer camp is a dangerous place, at least on Friday the 13th (1980).