Horror Classic Review: The Omen — We Minored in Film

Even if you’ve never seen 1976’s The Omen you probably already know about its big twist. Similar to The Sixth Sense, the grand explanation at the end of The Omen is just one of those things you pick up over the years through cultural osmosis. You might remember watching an early South Park episode where […]

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Via Really Awful Movies – Nightworld

To amuse yourself, trying singing Bob Seger’s Night Moves replacing “moves” with “world.” That will provide more entertainment value than Nightworld, a lazy, plodding, pointless exercise in horror tropes, shot in Sophia, Bulgaria of all places. When you think Bulgaria (if you think of it at all) it’s in the context of some direct-to-video horror […]

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Via B&S About Movies-The Initiation of Sarah (1978)

Originally airing on February 6, 1978, this movie reminds me of a very important lesson: the occult was everywhere in the 1970’s and it was ready to fuck your life up. The film opens with Sarah (Kay Lenz, House) who joins her stepsister Patty (Morgan Brittany, who was in Death Car on the Freeway and was Katherine Wentworth […]

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Via B&S About Movies-LARRY COHEN WEEK: God Told Me To (1976)

According to Larry Cohen, God is one of the most violent characters in literature. Take that insight, toss in some Chariots of the Gods, a little police procedural and a gradually involving drama that ends up taking over the life of the hero and you have God Told Me To. New York City in the 1970s. It’s […]

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