Make no mistake about it -- the '90s are back. Myriad people are sporting flannel and backwards baseball hats, Furbys are the "new" hot toys, and even Nirvana seems to have gained popularity again recently. Since one of the most gnarly decades is rearing its grungy head again, how else should one reminisce about the good 'ol days than to list of the baddest Bettys of the 1990s? Read on, and count down the boss femme fatales of the '90s.
As patrons of the cinema, we are frequently attracted to the oxymoronic, and things that are not easily quantifiable. This is especially the case with movie characters so hideously deformed or badly misshapen that they circle back around to being cute.
Gizmo is riding Slimer in one piece of art while a Ghoulie and Dead Alive's baby Selwyn are doing battle in another.
This 100% handmade Crite head is mounted on a trophy shield and finished off with a plaque that has the film's release date etched onto it, making it quite possibly the coolest Critters collectible of all time.
The fantastic thing about the VHS years is that the poster art was frequently hand drawn and frequently had very little or nothing to do with the actual film. If you picked a film based solely on the box cover, you had a pretty good chance of being disappointed or at least surprised. Distributors seemed to see a snazzy box cover as a good way to get some mileage out of a subpar film.
Many horror movie killers have a signature weapon (such as Freddy Krueger's razorblade gloves, Michael Myers' butcher knife, Jason Voorhees' machete, and so on), while other deadly
For your consideration, we offer you our top six picks for some of the most notorious gross-out scenes in contemporary horror filmmaking (1990-Present).
Okay – before you all get your panties in a bunch, Peter Jackson’s zombie romantic comedy – or zom-rom-com if you want to put labels on it &nda