I remember the Blue Sunshine VHS sitting on my parent’s shelf right in between The Big Chill and M.A.S.H. Like most of my parents video selections, I regarded it as some boring adult crap about feelings and relationships. I asked my parents at some point what the film was about, being slightly intrigued by the trippy box cover.
Our pumpkins are carved, the bags of mini Milky Way bars are ready for distribution, and my yard is covered with that horrible fake spider webbing that sticks to everything except the damn shrubs. Yup, it is Halloween. For this week’s Unseen inclusion, I wanted to give everyone a good scare!
In today's installment, we look at this gruesome and campy 1993 critter flick that's literally bursting with bloodsuckers.
It was the 80s. Clothes were tighter, hair was bigger, and the most important things in life were to kick-ass and just f’n rock, man. The heavy metal way of life leaked into our horror films as well.
We have all had relationships like this. Well maybe not the alien portion, but we have had relationships where communication just breaks down…where all attempts to remedy the situation are just lost in combativeness and fury. This is the real terror of Possession.
The 1980s were filled many horror trends: endless sequels, crazy FX, creature features, satanic panics, and much more.
Today we take a ride with an ultra-violent killer couple in this little-known action/horror gem from director Álex de la Iglesia.
A medical dummy named Pin is the the subject of this creepy Canadian film, the latest entry in our series on elusive cult horror titles.
There are some films where the lack of release seems downright criminal. Bernard Rose's remarkable "Paperhouse" is one of these.
We take a closer look at this psychedelic cult oddity from 1961, best known for its trippy 3D fantasy sequences.