An emotional road trip vampire movie.
Category: Movie Review
“It dangles the possibility of an extreme group taking over and placing anyone of certain ethnicities, religions, sexual orientation, and immigrant status into concentration camps which, thanks to the current presidential election cycle, doesn’t seem that farfetched at the moment.”
In this episode, the Horror Guru reviews the 1986 cult classic Night of the Creeps, written/directed by Fred Dekker, produced by Charles Gordon, and starring Tom Atkins, Jason Lively, Steve Marshall, Jill Whitlow, and Dick Miller.
“Mockingjay – Part 2 is the last Hunger Games film you’ll ever have to watch, so if you’ve got the last three under your belt already, then you may as well finish it out with this film.”
A brief look into the production of the excellent but overlooked Trollhunter.
The Fear Fan finds out if The Conjuring 2 can summon up any more scares than the original.
“For some reason, filmmakers seem to want to spread out a single book into two movies lately, which in my opinion makes these films drag, especially when it comes to Young Adult novels that don’t have a whole lot of in-depth detail to begin with.”
Cecil thinks Moon is one of the greatest movies ever made.
Yes, it’s based on a cartoon.
“The film succeeds not because it deconstructs or challenges the base assumptions about sex and masculinity that most such comedies take for granted—in fact, it does neither of those things—but because it understands where they come from.”
In this episode, the Fear Fan takes a closer look at meta-horror with the modern classic The Cabin in the Woods.
An outstanding and completely unique tale of survival after the apocalypse.
“The characters are all well acted and mostly well written; it’s just a pity that they all got sidelined not just for an action-disaster movie, but for a boring action-disaster movie.”
The troubled production of one of the best zombie films in recent years.
A review of the 1996 kaiju movie Gamera 2: Advent of Legion.
“The movie deserves a reappraisal. Leaving aside the association with the cartoon and toy line, it’s a decent but not great sci-fi movie of the ‘80s.”
Join us, whores of Satan, as we delve into films which promote the word of the Great Deceiver. Leave common decency (and sense) at the door as Count Jackula shows you The Devil’s Rain, starring William Shatner (yes, William Shatner) and Ernest Borgnine.