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It Follows is what I want my horror to be. It is gorgeously shot. It contained homages to the genre and past time periods, while still feeling original and new. While it is a line of recent horror films using … Continue reading
TONIGHT: Fessenden’s HABIT unspools at the Sunshine Theater, NYC Fessenden’s HABIT unspools (on Blu-ray) at the Sunshine Theater (143 E Houston St, New York, NY 10002) Tonight, 8 March 2015 at 8:30 PM. Evening Kicks off with Abel Ferrara’s THE … Continue reading
Rob G from Icons of Fright and Killer POV has been talking about 1995’s Habit since I started listening to the Killer POV podcast. I really wanted to watch it, but it was a little hard to find. It’s not … Continue reading
I have been ruminating on this movie since I saw it two weeks ago. It is a modern day fairytale in the vein of the original Grimm stories where there aren’t happy endings and no one was innocent. There is … Continue reading
Reposted from the kickstarter page to spread the word! From the Creators of “Flight of the Conchords” & “Boy” – Help Jemaine Clement & Taika Waititi bring their vampire comedy to the USA! About this project It’s a vampire documentary … Continue reading
Citadel (2012) The Den (2014) The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014) Under the Skin (2013) The Whisperer in Darkness (2011)
No one who listens to me here should have any misconception that I am any type of professional critic. What I am is a gibbering fan with a platform. I am the safe version of a zealot, with movies for … Continue reading
The Den Sometimes you have to take Netflix recommendations with a grain of salt. There is many a movie that I have avoided which came with their stamp of approval. But sometimes there are movies like Behind the Mask: The … Continue reading
Some movies are game changers. I saw Paperhouse as a teenager. Wandering through our small town video store, I was teased by the line on the cover that stated, “Paperhouse is the thinking man’s Nightmare on Elm Street.” Which is … Continue reading