January 16, 2020

The House of a Thousand Dolls (1967) is touted as American International Pictures sleaziest film, and I guess for the time it was, but by today’s standards it’s not. This is one of my least favorite AIP Vincent Price movies. The idea is great, but the layer of suspense isn’t as strong as their other…

December 12, 2019

I remember hearing that they were filming a movie in the old State Prison in Rawlins, WY when I was a teenager, I don’t think I heard more than that. When I came across Prison (1987), I’d completely forgotten about any movie being filmed in my home State at time, then it all came back…

November 28, 2019

As I watched The House of Sorority Row (1983), I couldn’t help but think of Black Christmas (1974). The similarities of the two movies are uncanny, almost like this was a remake of Black Christmas without the Christmas time frame. The story follows a group of sorority sisters who plan to have a party after…

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….

Daughter of Illusion


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