“That’s the name the gargoyle queen gave me.”
Actual dialogue, folks.
In a perfect world, found footage filmmakers would learn from the mistakes of those that came before them.
The remake of Fright Night sucked and not in the way that we wanted it to.
As bizarre as this sounds, when you really break down the modern boogeyman franchises, it’s Chucky who has the best track record.
When it comes to reinvigorating popular franchises, Vin Diesel seems to have it all figured out these days.
It’s the greatest fear children have: a scary beastie lurking just underneath their bed, ready to kill them once they’ve shut their weary eyes.
Werewolf movies. Why are they so hard to get right?
If Scream Factory were a person, I’d give them a hug.
The second of Scream Factory’s Blu-ray releases this week (the other being The Town That Dreaded Sundown [review here]), The Burning hails from the early 80s, just as the glut of post-Hallo
‘The ball’, a near afterthought of the original Phantasm, came screaming back into theaters in 1988 and writer/director Don Coscarelli found himself armed with a bigger budget and som