Don’t Look In The Basement 2 – Review

Well now this was interesting. The PD cult classic film Don’t Look In The Basement which came out in 1973 now has a sequel simply called Don’t Look In The Basement 2 which came out this…

Cabin Fever Revisited – Review

Earlier this year Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever,a cult favorite with modern horror fans, was rebooted for one reason or another. The popular answer as to why seems to be in an attempt to reboot the series…

Tears in Clowntown

Time to plan a visit to Clowntown. No not the amusement park in London, England. We are talking about a new horror movie making some noise now leading up to it’s release in September 30, 2016….

The Blair Witch Gets Her Sequel

In 1999 the movie The Blair Witch Project caught everyone off guard with it’s unique “found footage” look and it’s equally unique advertising campaign. It was an interesting phenomenon to witness to say the least. I…

Horror History September 1

Births   1943 – Don Stroud, who appeared in the films “The Amityville Horror,” “Carnosaur 2” and “The Alien Within.” 1929 – Anne Ramsey who appeared in the films “Deadly Friend,” “The Goonies” and “Doctor Hackenstein.”…

Horror History for August 31

births 1974 – Zach Ward, best known for playing the bully “Scut Farkus” in the film “A Christmas Story.” He appeared in “Freddy vs. Jason,” “Transformers,” “The Devil’s Tomb” and “Resident Evil: Apocalypse.” 1949 – Richard…

Favorite Matheson film?

What’s your favorite Richard Matheson story adapted to film? It seems when it comes to horror film, Matheson’s name sometimes get lost amoungst all the Alfred Hitchcock’s, Roger Cormans and Rod Sterlings. But Matheson was such…

RIP Gene Wilder – Mr. Maniacal

Even though this is a horror host, b-movie, horror, and sci-fi themed site we all have on other thing in common and that is we are movie fans. We recognize talent in every genre throughout the…

Don’t Breathe Review

Hollywood has churned out another horror film that honestly from the trailers looked good, but based off past experience I expected it would miss the mark. I mean it seemed to be the typical formula of…