We dig deep into the horror vaults with a look at a genre classic, the atmospheric literary adaptation “The Curse of Frankenstein”. Now that …continue reading Spookshow: The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)
Modern horror is built on a foundation of cinema classics that never go out of style, like this week’s featured film “The Birds”. Chaos …continue reading Podcast at Night: The Birds (1963)
It’s still Pride Month, and we’re celebrating with a look at a couple of horror classics: “The Seventh Victim” and “Strangers on a Train”. …continue reading Not Your Final Girl: Pride Month 2023
We kick off Summer with a look back at the film that brought the Kaiju King to the Mainland, 1956’s “Godzilla, King of the …continue reading Spookshow: Godzilla King of the Monsters!
Castle may have been known for his clever marketing, but “House on Haunted Hill” proves there was substance behind his legendary style. In 1959, …continue reading Dante’s Inferno: House on Haunted Hill (1959)
It’s campy, ridiculous, and impossible to take seriously, but “Attack of the Crab Monsters” is also full of heart and wildly entertaining. Popular wisdom …continue reading Dante’s Inferno: Attack of the Crab Monsters
Long before Scream, there was the smart and entertaining “How to Make a Monster” meta-horror film that tops Joe Dante’s list of favorites. When …continue reading Dante’s Inferno: How to Make a Monster (1958)