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Jaws is not only a great movie, it’s also one of those rare instances where the film adaptation is arguably better than the source material. While Peter Benchley’s critically acclaimed 1974 novel may well have been the definitive work of his career, it suffered from a lackluster ending, was unnecessarily wordy, featured pseudo-documentary-style shark attacks, and paid too much attention to torrid, small town intrigue (Hooper and Mrs. Brody sittin’ in a …Continue Reading...
You know exactly what you’re going to get with this movie just by looking at the DVD cover, but the cheesy title belies the fact that Alien Raiders is a pretty decent low-budget monster flick. It has no pretensions about what it’s trying to accomplish and succeeds at providing the basics for a nice little movie that promises to entertain even if it does little else.
Discerning viewers will find plenty of flaws …
The biggest problem with The Mangler, based on the short story by Stephen King about a haunted laundry press, is that it’s based on the short story by Stephen King about a haunted laundry press. Stephen King has written enough books and short stories to fill a small library, many of them arguably the best modern horror-lit has to offer, few as-of-today adapted to film. That the story about an evil laundry …Continue Reading...
The Evil of Frankenstein is the third instalment in Hammer’s tremendously successful reinterpretation of the Mary Shelley novel. The previous two films The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) and Revenge of Frankenstein (1958) delighted audiences and shocked stuffy critics with their baroque settings, violence, colour, and the unnervingly mannered and icy central performance from the brilliant Peter Cushing. These two films were both directed by Terence Fisher and maintained a sense of continuity …Continue Reading...
Lamberto Bava, Dario Argento, and the demons may be back, but it’s just not quite the same this go around. For lack of a better term, I have sort of a love-hate relationship with Demons 2. On the one hand it successfully taps into the style, make-up, and mayhem of the original; but on the other hand it has almost none of the gore or bite that made that film so much …Continue Reading...
Ah, horror sequels. And even more importantly, sequels by Albert Band and his band of renown. What made me watch this film was that it was actually directed by Albert Band, the patriarch of the Band family, who of course are the architects of the “Full Moon” empire, which has put out more films then Takashi Miike. While he produced a John Carradine like amount of films, his director resume is …Continue Reading...
There are a lot of low, low budget horror movies. Most times they are badly filmed, with terrible dialog, lousy effects and the worse acting you’ve ever seen. So why do we keep going back to the well, and watching these terrible films? Because for every 100 films of crap like Zombie Nightmare, or Shock Treatment (the awful sequel to Rocky Horror Picture Show), you get a gem like Frank Henenlotter’s Basket …Continue Reading...
“They will make cemeteries their cathedrals and the cities will be your tombs.”
We all have those moods where we want to sit down and watch a film that offers little more than some cool visuals and a lot of gore. Well, straight from the minds of Dario Argento and Lamberto Bava (yep, that’s Mario’s son) we are presented with a film that does just that. Demons is simply an excuse to stylishly …
Released in 1984, C.H.U.D. is a B-Horror flick that uses the urban paranoia of the early 80’s to fuel its story of strange happenings beneath the streets of New York City. The title stands for “cannibalistic humanoid underground dwellers” and the title really says it all. After years of rumors of things like alligators in the sewers, I suppose strange underground creatures that feed off of humans isn’t too much of a …Continue Reading...
“The Host” is a Korean monster film. Yes, a monster film. But what’s great about this monster movie is the human spirit behind the film’s true tale…and that’s what keeps you watching.
It all starts in a mortuary in 2002; a mortician and his assistant are cleaning the lab. The mortician is a clean freak and orders his assistant to dump dirty bottles of formaldehyde down the sink. The …
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Neil Marshall steps aside, but not completely off the film set, for this much anticipated sequel. The original Descent was directed by Mr. Marshall, and while he’s producing the sequel, the editor of the first installment has given the film a go as director. Even though this is Jon Harris’s directorial debut, expect much of the same in respects to the brutal carnage, claustrophobic dwellings, and fast paced action.
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PA made quite an impression on domestic audiences. The film cost $15,000 to shoot in just two weeks. How much did the film gross domestically? A little over 100 million! Well, it turns out that the film is becoming just as huge of a hit overseas. Within its opening week in countries such as the U.K and Germany, it raked in just a little over 35 million at box offices.
So what does …