Our book review feature 100 Pages of Horror returns with Big Time Books, Hell Comes to Hollywood, a collection of 20 short stories showcasing the scary side of the cinema industry edited together by Eric Miller a man who knows Hollywood and horror very well.
I really wanted to like All Cheerleaders Die I really did. Personally I think Bring It On and several of its sequels are seriously underrated postmodern teen comedies with surreptitious satirical sides and the prospect of a mash up of their main elements with a high school horror flick all directed by The Woman’s Lucky […]
Made in 1985 from a script by Lamberto Bava and Dario Argento, directed by the former and produced by the latter, Demons is a stone cold cult classic Italian horror which manages to be as enjoyable as it is insightful. Offering up a killer combination of mass hysteria over a heavy metal soundtrack and a […]
Deadly Blessing was Wes Craven’s third film after the brutal back-to-back onslaught that was The Last House on the Left and The Hills Have Eyes.