Movie Retrospectives

On May 1st of 1981, Paramount Pictures delivered their sequel to the major success Horror film Friday the 13th. Coming a year after the original film's release, the follow-up project grossed one million dollars more than its predecessor opening weekend, and sparked the true identity...

The early 1980's saw not only a slew of Slasher films, but also a resurgence of the ravenous Werewolf in films like 1981's An American Werewolf in London and 1984's The Company of Wolves. One of the best films of the Werewolf subgenre is Joe Dante's 1986 The Howling, released on...

August of 2016 marks the 35th anniversary of the conclusion of Lucio Fulci's (City of the Living Dead 1980, The Beyond 1981) 'Gates of Hell' Trilogy, with The House by the Cemetery. Releases in Italy back in August of 1981, the film starred Catriona MacColl (City of the Living Dead 1980, The...

This week in Horror movie history, The Guardian was released on April 27, 1990 through Universal Pictures and Nanny Productions. Directed by The Exorcist's William Friedkin, the film follows a script written by Friedkin, Stephen Volk (Gothic 1986, The Awakening 2011), and Dan Greenburg (The Zack Files...

This week in Horror movie history takes a look at A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, which was released on February 27, 1987 via New Line Cinema. Only three years prior, one of the most well-known Horror Slashers emerged with the introduction of...