Week in Horror Movie History Tag

This week in Horror movie history, back on March 21, 1986, Chopping Mall was released in the US under the original title Killbots and distributed by Concorde Pictures and Trinity Pictures. The movie was directed by '80s sequel king and soft core horror porn spoof master Jim Wynorski,...

This Friday the 13th marks the 34th anniversary of The Funhouse, released in the US on March 13, 1981 through Universal Pictures. Tobe Hooper (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1974, Poltergeist 1982) directed this dark ride with a script from first time scriptwriter Lawrence Block (Captain America 1990), while both Steven Bernhardt (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 1969, The Big Bounce 1969) and Derek Power...

This week in Horror movie history, back on February 21, 1986,  The Hitcher was released in the US, distributed by TriStar Pictures through HBO Pictures Productions. This nonstop thrill ride was shot by first time director Robert Harmon (They 2002, Jesse Stone movie series 2005-2012), who envisioned the movie as a...

This week in Horror movie history, back on February 11, 1981, My Bloody Valentine was released in the US. Filmed on location at the Sydney Mines in Novia Scotia, Canada, the movie was directed by George Mihalka (The Psychic 1991, DaVinci's Inquest television series 2002-2004), produced by...

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