There are countless well-made movies that do not succeed for one reason or another, and we think it’s a damn shame that the majority of movie fans wind up missing out on quality films. Because we love an underdog story and love to advocate for the little guy, we ran a piece in November that celebrated five of our favorite underrated horror films; as it proved popular, we are back with a second installment.
children shouldn't play with dead things
This week in horror history, Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things introduced fans to Orville, a lovable dead guy who is horror’s answer to Bernie (of Weekend at Bernie’s fame.)
With the onslaught of zombie pop culture and the ongoing popularity of dreamy teen vampires, there are a lot of horror-inspired dessert creations out there. Cupcakes with zombie hands, eyeballs, bleeding cakes – they are all extremely fun and tasty – but not quite as impressive, or involved, as the cakes on the Do It Myself! blog.
Like most horror fans, I'm not always pro remake. There are some films that simply should not be remade. However, I am supportive of remaking a film if the creative team behind the reboot can bring something new to the table or improve upon what the original film did, in some way.