Letdowns are usually inevitable.
Icons Of Fright
This past Tuesday, Screamfest presented Steven C Miller’s UNDER THE BED to a packed house.
Eric Falardeau’s film THANATOMORPHOSE is a depressingly grotesque story surrounding a woman with an ailment causing her body to deteriorate from the inside out.
There are but two certainties in life: aliens are awesome and Irish people love to drink. As stereotypical as it may be, it’s just how it is.
If there is one constant you can count on in horror films, it’d certainly have to be that evil never dies.
America sucks. I know it, you know it, and most importantly, horror films know it. Some of the best horror films of all time have a strong, underlying subtext that satires whatever current state our nation is in.
Scream Factory has done it again with their recent BLURAY/DVD release of THE BURNING.
Nick Murphy’s supernatural mystery, THE AWAKENING, would probably be a more effective film, had it been made pre-1999.
Every once in a while, a film comes your way that you have a feeling about. One that after it’s over, you instantly re-watch to see if it was really as good as you thought it was the first time around.