Welcome to the final installment of 31 Days of Horror. Like with the first film, I wanted to end with a Stephen King film as well, and the recent version of It has garnered high praise.
As we near the end of the month, I have a surprise for you! I’ve invited a pair of clowns to visit 31 Days of Horror. First up is the 1990 version of Pennywise. Tomorrow we’ll be visited by the 2017 version!
Delirium was another recommendation from some friends. We’ll see if they can still be called friends after I finish this film.
Thanks for tuning in to the discussion for the remake of Fright Night on 31 Days of Horror. I know it won’t suck!
Welcome to another two-part weekend post, as I’ll look at the original and remake of Fright Night!
A Gothic inspired horror film continues the marathon of Haunted Houses with Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak.
The Conjuring continues the marathon of haunted houses for the 31 Days of Horror this year. This might be the most haunted house yet!
The less you know about The Cabin in the Woods before watching it, the better.
One of the best (and funniest) films about a cabin in the woods. Tucker & Dale vs Evil reshapes the horror genre in a parody without resorting to cheap jokes.
Another day, another haunted house film, and another remake! House of Wax offers a lot of promises!
Gremlins (1984). Is it a Christmas story for the whole family, or a mid-October fright-fest the kids should avert their eyes from?
Welcome back to my back-to-back review of the original Evil Dead and the 2013 remake.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before…there’s a cabin in the woods. Well this is the original cabin in the woods, and it’s about the most haunted house you can find!