With even the likes of HMAD reader Roger Ebert calling Cropsey a "horror documentary", I figured making it my movie for the day was a safe bet.
Horror Movie a Day
The funny thing about horror movies is that there’s no such thing as majority rule.
Sometimes you hear about a movie and wonder “How has no one thought of this before?” Tucker & Dale Vs Evil is one such film.
The shortest review in the Horror Movie A Day canon belongs to the original version of The Uninvited (which was named Tale Of Two Sisters).
I hate when something negative chains my movies together.
The sad fate of Mega Shark Vs. Giant Octopus is that the trailer was seen by so many people who have never endured an Asylum film before.
When Stir Of Echoes came out in the fall of 1999, lots of really stupid people declared it a ripoff of The Sixth Sense, idiotically assuming that a film could be written, shot, edited, and released in a span of about 7 w
It’s rare, but occasionally I miss a movie at Screamfest and need to catch it on DVD later.
What the hell has happened to the world of horror?