Night Flier, Graveyard Shift, It

Night Flier, Graveyard Shift, It

Three mini reviews, which are part of my 60 days of Stephen King summer movie project. The Night Flier The best and worst feature of this film is how difficult it is to categorize. On one hand it’s about a sleazy journalist (think National Enquirer, TMZ) trying to stay on […]

60 Days of Stephen King Movies

60 Days of Stephen King Movies

I’ve been woefully absent from this blog in recent months. And while the reason is good (my other blog is growing like crazy), I wanted to do another fun horror centric project this summer. As some of you may know this blog originally started when I decided to watch and review […]

In the Mouth of Madness

In the Mouth of Madness

John Carpenter’s third and final film in his trilogy of horror (The other two being The Thing and The Prince of Darkness) is a mind-bending, witty, and frightening story and one of Carpenter’s best. It’s not often that a horror film has it all: Laughs, real scares, and the ability to […]

The Shining

The Shining

The Shinning is undeniably a seminal piece of horror cinema. Stephen King’s novel, as adapted by Stanley Kubrick, is about as famous and universally loved by fans of the genre as any film ever made. It’s widely considered a ground-breaking (second use ever of a steady-cam) film with only pathetic […]

Creepshow

Creepshow

With George Romero at the helm and Stephen King wielding  a pen the two set out to make a film that captured the essence of the 1950’s EC comics, which were what scared the piss out of them as children. In keeping true to the comic roots the five stories […]