Fun bit of trivia that provides a good example of differing perspectives: Phantasm II is the biggest budgeted film in the series by a wide margin, but it's the smallest budget for any film Un
For a while on Horror Movie A Day I was doing a recurring feature called "Second Chances," where I'd revisit a film that readers felt I was way off on originally (either disliking s
I never got around to seeing Twins of Evil for HMAD proper, but I'll get to it, I swear!
I'm sure it's legal crap, but I have no idea why Phantasm II has never hit DVD in region 1 (as of this Tuesday, all of the other Phantasm movies will be on DVD courtesy of Anchor Bay).
What the fuck is it about British zombie movies that makes people exalt them to high heaven, ignoring all of their derivative qualities?
As of this writing, Storage 24 has the horrible distinction of being the lowest grossing film of the year and the second lowest (reported) grossing film OF ALL TIME per BoxOfficeMojo, with a horr
I really wish I loved Sint (aka Saint Nick in the US), because on paper it sounds like everything I could want from a holiday horror film: turning one of its icons into a murderer, removing the u
How The Covenant ended up in my collection is a bit of a mystery. I can only assume I got it from Mr.
I’m curious what you guys would prefer - a well made film with a lame script, or a great script undone by bad acting/production value?
Don't read this review. Don't read anyone else's either. Don't watch a trailer, don't read whatever articles have been written on the film... just go in blind.