Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 23: Babadook

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 23: Jennifer Kent's Babadook Well my fellow gore hounds for this smorgasbord of horror I'm going to try and keep this simple and not tell you the plot here as much as the feelings of this amazing film! In the realm of h...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 22: My Soul To Take

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 22: Wes Craven's My Soul To Take Here we have one of the last two films done by Wes Craven, but unlike his Scream 4, this flick was both written and directed by him and from what I recall he considered it a very persona...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 21: Evil Dead

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 21: Fede Alvarez's Evil Dead The Evil Dead franchise is my favorite horror franchise of all time. As a young man getting into horror not much scared me until I watched Evil Dead for the first time. Even in the brightnes...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 20: The Lost Boys

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 20: Joel Schumacker's The Lost Boys I'm going to just say it right off the bat that I believe Joel Schumacker is probably one of the worst filmmakers of all time. He put nipples on Batman, enough said. That being said i...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 19: Planet Terror

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 19: Robert Rodriguez's Planet Terror The last time we had a joint Rodriguez/ Tarantino flick we got one of the most original and awesome vampire flicks ever, From Dusk Til Dawn! This time around we have the dynamic duo ...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 18: Horns

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 18: Alejandre Aja's Horns There's a great combination of talent here both behind and in front of the camera. The movie is based off of the book by Joe Hill, Stephen King's son, and directed by Alejandre Aja, the French ...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 17: Dead Snow 2: Red Vs Dead

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 17: Tommy Wirkola's Dead Snow 2: Red Vs Dead My very first list had the first Dead Snow on it as to me it was such a love letter to the insanity of Peter Jackson and Sam Raimi with self aware tones of fanboyishness, I c...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 16: People Under the Stairs

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 16: Wes Craven's People Under the Stairs Craven's big three contributions to horror are of course, Last House on the Left in the seventies, Nightmare on Elm Street in the eighties and Scream in the early 2000's however ...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 15: Land of the Dead

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 15: George A Romero's Land of the Dead The father of the modern zombie and king of the socio/political horror is one of my personal favorite filmmakers of all time, George A Romero. He has done many different types of g...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 14: Bride of Chucky

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 14: Ronny Yu's Bride of Chucky If you can't tell by now I really like it when there's a "Bride of" movie in a horror franchise and this one particularly takes the franchise off the rails into really weird territory. Chi...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 13: Body Bags

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 13: John Carpenter presents Body Bags My obligatory Carpenter flick this year is an extra special one! Back in the day with the rise of Horror Anthologies on television and cinemas Showtime partnered with John Carpenter...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 12: Trick or Treat

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 12: Charles Martin Smith's Trick or Treat Not to be confused with the Michael Daugherty film, this bad boy was set in the rocking world of the hair metal eighties! It's directed by the guy who played Toad from American ...

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 11: Friday the 13th Part 6 Jason Lives

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 11: Tom Mclaughlin's Friday the 13th part 6 Jason Lives I am an unabashed Jason fan, I love an unkillable force of nature that is basically a walking cautionary tale for reckless youth. Horror at it's prime. Plus the in...

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 7: Tales From the Darkside: The Movie

Freddy's 31 Days of Horror Day 7: George A Romero Presents John Harrison's Tales From the Darkside The Movie In the late eighties and into the early nineties, there was a great anthology show run by horror maestro George A Romero called Tales From Th...

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...