Texas Chainsaw will eventually reveal its goal: Humanizing Leatherface
Norwegian folklore comes to life in this 2012 festival circuit darling from Europe.
DoBlu took the time to review the set right: Nine total reviews (10 if you count this video) spanning three decades of horror.
Few people were ever situated to better play the Wolf Man than Lon Chaney Jr.
Bride has an energy about it that is infectious, a film that carries itself on a wicked sense of humor.
Few discuss The Invisible Man without mention of the visual effects.
Mummy's somewhat flat style is heightened by intense cinematography and the realization that its heroes are doomed.
It took one hour and ten minutes of running time to make cinematic and cultural history with Frankenstein.
The story is purportedly based on true events, though Hollywood has proven so callous with that term as to render it meaningless.
Audiences wouldn't know the Frankenstein monster without Boris Karloff, and they wouldn't know Dracula without Bela Lugosi.
As years pass, Universal's concurrently shot Spanish Dracula has become a critical darling in horror circles.
6 Degrees of Hell is not a vehicle for Corey Feldman, as much as the cover and marketing press for the film would indicate. He’s the sole actor in the entire movie with any prior name recognition to the public, but...