Produced by New World Pictures, the independent studio established by Roger Corman, Canuxploitation cult Sci-horror Def-Con 4 attempted to ride the wave created by post-apocalyptic obsessed audiences desperate for more Mad Max style entertainment to stave off their very real Cold War fears.
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.
From writer/director Matthew Montgomery, Devil’s Path follows two men who meet up in a popular wilderness park for a casual hookup. What seems like an innocent and random meeting quickly descends into a horrific nightmare. With recent disappearances and attacks, the two men soon find themselves in the terrifying position of being the next victims […]
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 […]
As I have said I have said a ton of times on this website horror comedies are hard. Many times they end up being neither comedic or horrible but sometimes you find the perfect blend and Night of the Creeps is that movie plus even better it’s from the 80’s!