Category Archives: Classic Horror

It! The Terror From Beyond Space (1958)

Because I’m an old guy who grew up in the pre-Internet, pre-DVD Era and relied on old sci-fi movies being broadcast on Saturday afternoons on the local stations (Hi WPIX in New York! And WOR!). And when I try to … Continue reading

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The Manitou (1978)

Let me tell you about a guy named William Girder. Never heard of him? Born in Kentucky in 1947, he launched his career in Hollywood in 1972 with the release of a never-seen horror movie called ASYLUM OF SATAN. There … Continue reading

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John Carpenter’s In the Mouth of Madness (1994)

Time to revisit another classic John Carpenter film, this one from the early 1990s. If you look at Carpenter’s work in the 80s, you’l understand why the man is considered one of the masters of horror. Starting in 1980 with … Continue reading

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Dead & Buried (1981) … Voodoo & Freddy Krueger

If there was ever a classic film from the 1980s, DEAD & BURIED is it. Take the two writers of ALIEN, Dan O’Bannon and Ronald Shusett; the director of 1972s RAW MEAT and 1987s WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE, Gary Sherman; a cast that … Continue reading

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John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness (1987)

Being October, I’ve increased my consumption of horror films. Sure, horror movies are fun to watch all year round, but there’s just something about watching a horror film in October that makes it all the more exciting and special. In … Continue reading

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