Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 10: Ticks

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 10: Tony Randel's Ticks Let's take the director of Hellraiser 2 give him one of the weirdest scripts in the world and make him make a direct to Video horror flick. Who should we cast? Let's get Carlton from Fresh Prince...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 9: Last House On The Left

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 9: Wes Craven's Last House On The Left A film which I have always stayed away from putting on the list for it's controversial content but as the maestro has passed it is time to discuss his beginning. Those who do not u...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 8: Bride of Re-Animator

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 8: Brian Yuzna's Bride of Re-Animator One of the most bonkers movies of the eighties was the modernized adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's Re-Animator directed by indie/Full Moon go to director Stuart Gordon. It introduced ...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 6: Exists

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 6: Eduardo Sanchez's Exists For a time period there was a resurgence of Bigfoot flicks, we had Bigfoot Wars and Willow Creek from comedian/horror aficionado Bobcat Goldwaith. I don't know what it was but there was just ...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 5: Shocker

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 5: Wes Craven's Shocker There will be a nice mix of Craven's career on my list this year as he was a maestro who should be honored for all he's done. Especially with conquering three decades of horror. After the success...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 4: Late Phases

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 4: Adrian Garcia Bogliano's Late Phases From the director who gave us indie foreign horror, Here Comes the Devil, comes his first American film written by Eric J Stolze who gave us another great horror gem, Under the Be...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 3: The Voices

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 3: Marjane Satrapi's The Voices This is a crazy amalgam of different talent behind a genre flick as weird that's all over the place but fun as hell. You've got Adi Shankar on producing duty who produced Dredd. Michael R...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 2: Wyrmwood

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 2: Kiah Roach-Turner's Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead Ozploitation at it's finest ladies and gentlemen! Kiah Roach-Turner's first foray into film-making is an amazing low budget zombie movie hailing from the land down under...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 1: Halloween 4

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 1: Dwight H. Little's Halloween 4 The Return Of Michael Myers Happy October! Of course as always I start out with one of the Halloween flicks! This year I thought it appropriate to begin with Michael's re-introduction i...

Review: Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four The Fourth Try! Once upon a time a very excitable young Freddy was told about a new movie called Chronicle. Upon viewing it, he loved the interactions and relationships between the characters which made what would otherwise be another ...

Review: Ant-Man

We get about two or three Marvel cinematic movies a year all of varying quality and style each backed by tremendous talent. The talent is usually what could be referred to as a "studio risk" as each talent has proven themselves to be geek icons, but ...

Review: Terminator Genisys

From the director of Thor: Dark World Alan Taylor comes Terminator Genysis! Sarah Connor, Kyle Reese both return portrayed by new actors! Most importantly as he said in 1984, Arnie is back! The script was written by one of my faves Patrick Lussier, w...

Review: Ted 2

The story of a magical Teddy bear coming to life would've been a runaway hit in the eighties like ET, but more of a Robot Chicken parody. The fact that a movie like Ted exists is pretty awesome in general. It in all it's cheesy eighties references an...

Review: Jurassic World

Jurassic World aka your childhood 2 the revenge! If you're getting up in your years you know what a Seminole moment the original Jurassic Park was not only for young people wanting to experience movie magic, but for the industry itself! It's 1993 and...

Review: Entourage

Entourage Season 9 The Movie Alright so let's face it, this show is scuzzy, sleazy, and infected with all of Hollywood's bull crap in a blender of Sodom and Gomorrah like sludge. Let's also not forget as attested by fans of the show, such as I, that ...

Review: Poltergeist

Poltergeist the CGImake I'm going to try my best to review this film as a lone movie with no notions of the original and then I shall make contrasts and comparisons. Here we have a film produced by Ghosthouse Pictures, the production company of Sam R...

Review: Mad Max: Fury Road

There are a lot of things we as fans of the arts in general have waited for. Star Wars the Phantom Menace and Guns N' Roses' Chinese Democracy. Both of which are disappointments beyond belief. In the time we've waited for George Miller's return to ma...

Review: Maggie

Maggie, a zombie movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger in this day and age where he is harkening back to his eighties action persona? Let us not forget the climate of zombie film we are also in, where most zombie productions now are turned into Romero mel...