Tag: Throwback Thursday

  • A Return to Salem’s Lot (1987) #HorrorMovie Review

    A Return to Salem's Lot

    It’s been so long since I’ve seen A Return to Salem’s Lot (1987), it felt like seeing it for the first time, and just as long since seeing the miniseries from 1979 that spun this sequel. I wish I would’ve left it as a faded memory, and not ruined it because this has to be […]

  • Mimic (1997) #SciFi #HorrorMovie

    Mimic

    I vaguely remember Mimic (1997) when it came out. I know I saw it, but for the life of me, I couldn’t tell you anything about it. Since it’s a Guillermo del Toro film, I figured I’d give it another watch. Back then, I had no idea who he was, or why he mattered, of […]

  • Q (1982) #HorrorMovie Review

    Q

    I’ve seen a ton of horror movies throughout the years with a variety of themes (monster, slasher, stalker, etc) and there are many of those that are absolutely dreadful, and Q (1982) is one of them; it didn’t even have campiness to try to distract from the fact that it was awful. I don’t think I’ve ever […]

  • Spellbinder (1988) #HorrorMovie Review

    Spellbinder

    The 80s brought about many strange things, and Spellbinder (1988) seems to highlight many of them in under ninety minutes. I saw this in college on VHS, but I didn’t recall it being so slow to get anywhere, like so many movies today that fight to get to the point. Spellbinder is the first time […]

  • The Crimson Cult (1968) #HorrorMovie Review

    The Crimson Cult

    Is The Crimson Cult (1968) a BDSM movie? Exploitation? Sadly, it’s not either. It’s a strange mystery, I guess, but it’s not horror, and barely horror-lite. Altar is the British name for the film. It stars Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee, Mark Eden, and Virginia Wetherell, and it was distributed by American International Pictures. This is […]

  • Tower of Evil (1972) #HorrorMovie Review

    Tower of Evil

    If Tower of Evil (1972) was intended to be an exploitation film, it didn’t really meet what my expectations of them are. They did start it out with creepiness with the over-filled fog on the soundstage as the two men go to the island to find the kids that went out there. Besides the opening […]

  • Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf (1985) #HorrorMovie Review

    Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf

    Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf (1985) sort of starts where The Howling (1981) ends with Karen White dying after she’d transformed into a werewolf. After the flashback scenes end that’s all forgotten. I find it interesting that this is based on Gary Brander’s novel The Howling II when nothing like this happened in […]

  • Bad Moon (1996) #HorrorMovie Review

    Full, crescent, quarter…each is a bad moon for a werewolf. First off, I want to tell you that I didn’t like Bad Moon (1996) that much. It had so much potential to be good, but failed. There are good parts, like the beginning with the werewolf attack, even though the beast was very stiff. My […]

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