We talk horror and “Hall” with Death himself, genre icon Julian Richings, whose latest outing once again proves there’s nothing he can’t do. If …continue reading Interview with Genre Icon Julian Richings
Heavy, horrorful implications and sequences are somewhat diminished by a low-budget production and acting but presage real-life massacres. Three children born during an eclipse …continue reading The Daily Dig: Bloody Birthday (1981)
On this episode of the “Adventures in Movies!” podcast, we return to the subject of Westerns and try to unravel the disaster of “The …continue reading Adventures in Movies: Go West, Young Man!
Considered to be one of the most accurate portrayals of the Lovecraft mythos, “The Dunwich Horror” is a multi-dimensional acid trip with little plot. …continue reading The Daily Dig: The Dunwich Horror (1970)
“An Unquiet Grave” is an emotional, extremely effective and flawlessly executed gut-punch of a film about the pain of dealing with grief and regret. …continue reading Nightstream Film Fest: An Unquiet Grave (2020)
We talk with “Supernatural” fan fave Julian Richings about his new film slaying the festival circuit “Anything for Jackson”, and about his love of …continue reading Interview: Julian Richings (“Anything for Jackson”)
As heartbreaking as it is haunting, Brandon Christensen’s “Z” will leave you wondering what is real and what is a nightmare. Parenting is never easy, but when your family is turned upside because of your son’s evil imaginary friend, what’s a mother to do?continue reading Reel Review: Z (Brandon Christensen, 2020)