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Horror films from the decade of big hair, bright clothing, and boom boxes, generally reflected pop culture to a T. The 80’s pop culture films simply pinpointed what it truly meant to be a young adult in such socially demanding environments. The Breakfast Club wasn’t the only classic to help mold the generation, as there were also an abundance of horror films that came out during that wondrous decade of glitter, sheen, …Continue Reading...
Let’s face it; like telephones and road maps, cinematic vampires have undergone some radical transformations since the days when Bela Lugosi winked at his audiences with, “I never drink… wine.” While the decade following the Millennium has seen us grow totally comfortable with the technological wonder of iPhones and GPS navigation systems, most bloodsucker movies have actually regressed somewhat, having lost the well-established mojo that made them one of the most intriguing …Continue Reading...
What do you get when you cross Rear Window, vampires, and the ’80s? Only one of the most fun horror films of the decade! Charley Brewster (William Ragsdale) is your average teenager whose biggest problems are pop quizzes and getting to 2nd base; but when a mysterious man with strange habits moves in next door, his world becomes slightly more complicated. Mr. Dandrige (Chris Sarandon) is charming, seductive, and he has a thing …Continue Reading...
The commercial success of The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) established a number of vital ingredients that would go on to form the basis of much of Hammer’s gothic horror. The lurid use of primary colour, the opulent and lavish set decoration and design, the bombastic and strident musical scores, and tongue in cheek black humour. The film firmly set the small British producer down the rutted and overgrown pathways into the sublime …Continue Reading...
The beautifully titled Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors holds a prominent place in British horror history for being the first anthology film produced by Amicus Productions – an Anglo-American production house led by Max J. Rosenberg and Milton Subotsky. For a while the blueprint of the portmanteau format, big name ensemble casts, and inspirational low budget filmmaking heralded a commercial rivalry with Hammer. But one that ultimately tailed off in the mid …Continue Reading...
Japanese culture, among the various oddities that have sprung from it are game shows which consist of male contestants being whacked in the genitals and animated pornography, termed “hentai”. They even sell toilet paper with short horror stories printed on it for god knows what reason. This utterly insane culture extends into their films as well, and one doesn’t have to look any further than “Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl” for an …Continue Reading...
Like that other recent vampire movie that will remain unnamed, Let the Right One In is, on the surface, is about teen vampires and budding love between outsiders. Unlike that other recent movie, Let the Right One In knows what to do with its monster. While Stephanie Myers’ vampires spend lots of time moping in Morrissey-style bouffants and bathed in sparkle, Tomas Alfredson’s vampire, the androgynous and decidedly unsparkling Eli, has the …Continue Reading...
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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.
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