Generally, I take watching a classic horror over many of the modern offerings. Particularly if it’s one I haven’t seen in a long while – or better yet, at all. So I was happy to get the opportunity to re-visit Child’s Play thanks to one of the popular streaming services.
Its impressive how many of Stephen King’s masterful tales of horror and suspense have been transferred from page to screen and with a recent spate of remakes including IT and Pet Sematary now is the perfect time to revisit some of the original adaptations.
Back in the day Puppet Master was a movie me and my friends loved to watch again and again. The original 1989 movie written by the cult creature Charles Band and Kenneth J. Hall, and directed by David Schmoeller who also made the terrifying Tourist Trap, was a gore-tastic horror featuring crazy killer puppets each […]
In the 1990s two men cross paths on a perilous gay cruising trail deep into the woods, the socially awkward Noah (Stephen Twardokus) and seemingly self-assured Patrick (JD Scalzo). Soon events intensify as the two become embroiled in a dangerous cat and mouse game. But why are they being followed, and will they escape the […]
The Man who Killed Hitler and then Bigfoot is one hell of a title. It tells you the plot of the film, it tells you the scope of the film, it tells you the time period of the film, it tells you the characters in the film but what it doesn’t tell you is how […]