Espionage, romance and John Ritter in spandex are just some of the subjects covered in our weekly look at the films people went to see 35 years ago. Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80’s: You Always Hurt the One You Love
Looking back at the films released 35 years ago, including: Richard Gere in AMERICAN GIGOLO, Judy Davis in MY BRILLIANT CAREER, Barbara Steele in SILENT SCREAM, Dom DeLuise in FATSO and other assorted psycho killers and cuddly animals! Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80’s: Whisper to a Scream
Always late, but never disappointing, these were my favorite films of last year. Hey, better late than never, right (Don’t answer that.)? Continue reading At Last! Scott’s Best Films of 2014!
Episode 6 of MOVIOCRITY is here and man, is it ever a wacky one. The focus on this episode is the 1982 haunted house flick, SUPERSTITION (a.k.a. THE WITCH). In this film, an evil witch is killed by an … Continue reading MOVIOCRITY Episode 6 – SUPERSTITION
People are always looking for the next thing. As the elder Masters of Horror have already advanced to legendary status (and yet still can’t seem to get their films in production), the focus recently shifted to the next generation. To this end, Herner Klenthur of the website Horror-Movies.ca solicited suggestions on Facebook, asking what should make up a list of the new Masters of Horror. The writer took suggestions and published the results. The list was a mix of established named (Eli Roth, Rob Zombie), rising stars (Ti West, Adam Green, Pascal Laugier) and some controversial choices (Steven Miller). But no controversy was as … Continue reading Review – AMERICAN MARY (2013)