In The Week in Horror, Tim Murr takes a look at a lot of the good scares coming soon to Shudder
For a short film, ‘Blood Oak’ from BCS Films brings the wintry horror, being a worthy entry into the small genre of upstate New York horror.
When Rob Zombie took on the ‘Halloween’ mythos, he also challenged fans the world over to reconsider their views of the Boogeyman, Michael Myers.
Arrow Video’s Blu-ray of ‘Alice, Sweet Alice’ reveals a Catholic horror movie of a different kind, eschewing demonic possession for madness and murder.
Blue Underground’s excellent 4K restoration places Italian director Lucio Fulci’s most infamous work, ‘The New York Ripper,’ back into the spotlight.
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.
Tim Murr looks at the genesis, success, and failure of Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, the beginning of the Thorn Trilogy.
A samurai warrior goes on a killing spree in rural Wisconsin and nobody knows why, including the filmmakers, in 1983’s ‘Blood Beat.’
The Ranger occupies that sweet spot where it could have come out anytime in the last three or four decades and will likely still feel as fresh thirty years from now.
Inoperable uses Groundhog Day mixed with both supernatural and slasher movie aesthetics for what sounds good on paper, but feels a like a little too much in practice.
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