October 10, 2019

Wishmaster (1997) is the first and the best in the four movie franchise, probably because Wes Craven made this one, but not the others. There’s some great cameos and supporting roles by actors from other horror movies, which was fun to see them in different roles, though it’s always strange to see Robert Englund in any role but Freddy Krueger….

October 7, 2019

I never realized until watching it again recently that The Fly (1958) was in color, for whatever reason my memory of it is in black and white. Either way, it has to be one of the strangest movies ever made. Patricia Owens’s portrayal of Hélène Delambre is hysterical to mysterious to psychotic. She’s killed her…

October 6, 2019

Today, I welcome Steven Neil to the stage with an excerpt from The Merest Loss. Steven is giving away (3) Signed Paperback copies of “THE MEREST LOSS.”  For your chance to win, be sure to leave him a comment below. EXTRACT THREE From Steven Neil, the author of THE MEREST LOSS A story of love…

September 30, 2019

I’m not a fan of what I consider a derogatory term, gorno a.k.a. Gore porn, but I do enjoy the movies that fall into this unfortunate titled sub-genre of horror. It’s quite common for critics to rip these movies apart. I say, fuck you, don’t watch them no one is forcing you. The Collector (2009)…

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