Dr Caligari is In: A Review of The Dryden Theatre’s Screening of the 1920 Silent Film Horror Classic, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari Recently …continue reading Reviewing the Classics: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
Crimson Peak is a visually stunning, exquisitely crafted gothic horror romance that once again proves what a virtuoso talent Guillermo del Toro is. Before …continue reading Take Two Review: Crimson Peak (2015)
Our staff writer Jamie honors and reminisces about his favorite John Carpenter film, The Fog, and the sinister reason to celebrate April 21st. “11:55, …continue reading Cinematic Love Letters: “The Fog”
Pack your bowl and load your gun; “Bong of the Living Dead” is the surprisingly great zombie flick meant for genre fans and potheads …continue reading Reel Review: Bong of the Living Dead (2017)
This week we sandblast the grime from our Headless Eyes, get our tickets stamped for the wild ride in Carnage Park, and heap more …continue reading Cine-Files: “Headless Eyes” and More!
As you might expect, “4/20 Massacre” is rather lacking in story, but some great gore and inventive kills make this a decent — if sometimes …continue reading Reel Review: 4/20 Massacre (2018)
As we wrap another season of the hit show “The Walking Dead”, let’s look at the comic series that started it all (plus explore …continue reading This Week in Horror Comics (Week of April 18, 2018)
4/20 may not be a recognized national holiday, but it’s certainly the most fun to celebrate — especially when there’s this much great horror …continue reading High on Horror: 15 Great Flicks to Watch on 4/20