Movie Retrospectives

Fairy tales have always been a wonderful source of entertainment, filled with magic, tragedy, and triumph. The fun part about them is their ability to twist into something entirely new and exciting. Film Director Stuart Gordon did just that working with wife Carolyn Purdy-Gordon (Re-Animator 1985; ABC's Of Death...

This week in Horror movie history, back on January 29th of 1993, he who walks behind the rows returned in Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice. Directed by David Price (Leprechaun 1993, Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde 1995), the sequel came nearly a decade following...

There is the old fashion traditional American dream; a wife, nice home, good job, children, dog, and father who knows best. Too bad sometimes father is a psychopathic serial killer; such is the concept behind the chilling 1987 Thriller The Stepfather.  [caption id="attachment_114709" align="alignleft" width="660"] The Stepfather...

Back in the '80s, there were few cartoon series/toy lines more popular among young boys than He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. Both adored, in 1984, Hasbro launched their Transformers toyline via promotion of Comic Books and a television...

Thirty years ago, when Rock was Rock, the Rock-n-Roll Horror cult classic, Trick Or Treat, was released in theaters. Debuting October 24th of 1986, the film starred Marc Price (Family Ties TV Series, The Rescue 1988), Tony Fields (A Chorus Line 1985, The Doctor 1991), Lisa Orgolini (Stalin 1992, Shining Through 1992), Doug Savant (Teen Wolf 1985, Melrose...

There is something beautiful and haunting about the original Universal monsters films. Featuring an atmosphere encapsulated within the black and white celluloid accompanied by crackly mono sound, it all just adds to the ambience of classic Horror cinema. [caption id="attachment_113378" align="alignleft" width="660"] Frankenstein (1931) still [/caption] An era of...

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