Three great, yet misunderstood, American directors take the spotlight in this Holiday Gift Guide, featuring Blu-rays for the niche film fan in your life.
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Wondering what the creative folks at Glass Eye Pix have in store for you this holiday season? Be curious no more, because Christmas just got Fessendened.
Tim Murr brings us the latest news from the world of horror franchises, including ‘Leprechaun,’ ‘Candyman,’ and ‘The Walking Dead.’
The H.P. Lovecraft adaptation, ‘The Unnamable,’ is still a worthwhile watch 30 years on, and Unearthed Films has given it a new 4K scan.
Devils, dogs, demons and dreams are all floating in the newsfeeds right now, and Tim Murr brings them all together for The Week in Horror.
Watch with glazed boredom as Dimension Films runs a once beloved franchise into the ground with ‘Halloween: Resurrection,’ a dreadful experience in awfulness.
Tim Murr shares his thoughts on Halloween, plus gives us news on a Canadian horror classic making its way to Blu-ray.
The Curse of Michael Myers never had to be a bad movie and in fact there was a legendary work print that existed on a rough bootleg, which circulated among fans for years.
In a fun bit of personal serendipity, I finished the second, revised, and expanded edition of J.A. Kerswell’s The Teenage Slasher Movie Book the same day I got see John Carpenter’s 1978 classic Halloween for the first time on the big screen, in the new 4k remaster, no less.
‘Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers’ strengthens the connections between Michael, Jamie, and Dr. Loomis, but come on: that mask?
Tim Murr looks at the genesis, success, and failure of Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, the beginning of the Thorn Trilogy.
October means there’s a lot going on the fright film front, and Tim Murr has collected some prime pieces of news for The Week in Horror.