Just a quick one-off episode where we review the Mike Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep.
The Halloween season has passed and to help you get over your Halloween Hangover, we’re switching things up a bit this week and taking a look at 3 movies that are decidedly non-horror. We’re all probably feeling a little bit partied out after Halloween, so hopefully these three films will provide a palette cleanser and a much-needed break from horror. Our movies this week are Gravity from 2013, Quest for Fire from 1981, and Glengarry Glen Ross from 1992. It doesn’t get any less horror than that.
This week our theme is writers and we’re taking a look at films which have a writer as the main character. We’ll be reviewing Hold the Dark from 2018, The Shining from 1980, and The Rat Savior from 1976.
Halloween is just a few days away and we’re bringing you another Halloween-themed episode to help get you into the holiday spirit. Our theme for this week is “trick or treat” and our three films are Trick or Treat from 1986, Trick or Treats from 1982, and Trick ‘r Treat from 2007. It should be pretty obvious what our three films this week have in common.
Recently I had the opportunity to see The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari in theaters with a live musical accompaniment from Austin, TX based band The Invincible Czars, so here’s another quick one-off episode.
Just a quick one-off review of the conclusion to Rob Zombie’s Devil’s Rejects trilogy.
Alright, the Halloween season is upon us so for the next two episodes we’ll be looking at some Halloween related horror films to get you into the holiday spirit. Our theme this week is Pumpkins and our movies are Jack-O from 1995, and Hack-O-Lantern and Pumpkinhead both from 1988.