Via charles french words reading and writing-Favorite Horror Films Part 8: The Mummy

(en.wikipedia.org) In 1932, Universal studios followed up on its enormous success with Dracula and Frankenstein with the release of The Mummy. Riding the crest of his popularity at the box office, Boris Karloff starred, Karl Freund directed, and Carl Leammle Jr. produced the film. The movie was another financial success for the studio and further […]

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Via VHS Revival-We Need to Talk About Damien: The Omen and the Birth of a Monster

It’s smiles and cries with Richard Donner’s devilish horror epic There’s something terrifyingly ancient, unknown and immense about the best religious-themed horrors, where humankind and human achievement are made very small and insignificant in the face of apocalyptic, supernatural and monolithic power. Even when it’s the good side dispensing justice, the results can be terrifying […]

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Via Grindhouse Theology ‘Climax’: Grasping At The City Of God [Ryan]

Climax is a vision of hell, more or less, and arguably a much better one than those ubiquitous productions of Heaven’s Gates, Hell’s Flames that played in churches throughout America at the tail end of the 20th century. “One’s neighbor is for them not only a potential helper or sexual object, but also someone who […]

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Via B&S About Movies -SLASHER MONTH starts tomorrow!

October is almost upon us and you know what that means… It’s time to go crazy watching horror movies. Not just any horror movies. We’re talking stalk and slash. Awesome kills. Tom Savini. Prowlers, mutilators, phantom killers and the blackest eyes you’ve ever seen. Get ready for two slashers a day, all October long. I’ve […]

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Via Welcome to Moviz Ark!-Little Monsters (2019) Review!!!

Synopsis – A washed-up musician teams up with a teacher and a kids show personality to protect young children from a sudden outbreak of zombies. My Take – No offense to the fans of the genre, but zombie comedies films have become nauseatingly clichéd. While a few, like Anna And The Apocalypse, have managed to […]

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D. Edward Lemmick’s Movie Blog-1. The Gate (1987)

The Gate…how appropriately titled. This movie is what I’d consider a gateway horror film for kids. It may be too scary for some, but it doesn’t have the mature content of many other horror films from the decade. It’s good, clean demonic fun. For horror buffs, The Gate will do more than satisfy with its […]

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