For audiences in 1978, John Caprenter‘s Halloween terrified theater goers everywhere. Weirdly though, there is a whole generation that has grown up on this iconic horror movie and have possibly never seen it in theaters. I would be one of those people and let me tell you the difference a theater setting and a giant screen make.Continue reading Halloween: The Difference A Theater Makes
For Universal‘s 1931 classic Dracula, there’s very little to improve upon. Universal struck gold with the film upon release and still finds new ways for younger generations to find new life within the character. However, there has always been one thing the film is missing. Something that is essential to other iconic films like Star Wars, Halloween, and Psycho. For almost 70 years there was never an official soundtrack to accompany the film. In fact, aside from the opening credits and a scene at the Opera, there is no other noise except dialogue and a hiss in the background. Thanks to Philip Glass though, that all changed in 1999.Continue reading A Look Back: Philip Glass Re-imagines Universal’s Dracula
ANOTHER ROUND OF FIST BUMPS AND SNOOPY DANCING FOR EVERYONE!!!
It is finally happening folks!!! USA has given the green light for everyone’s favorite psychic detective to return later this year ‘PSYCH THE MOVIE 2!!!Continue reading USA GIVES GREEN LIGHT TO ‘PSYCH THE MOVIE 2’!!!
“HOME IS CALLING!!!”
Marvel officially holds the throne on superhero movies, yet that does not mean no one else can make a good one. Aquaman is an example of this. The movie was a fun and wild ride all the way through and had me smiling in the theatre throughout its entire length, like a movie should do. Is it the best superhero movie out there? No, and I feel as though DC knows that. Is it enough to turn the tides on Marvel? No, and DC definitely knows that. But is it good enough to be a movie you can go and enjoy? Absolutely yes. WARNING SPOILER ALERTS AHEAD…
Halllooooooo! Our apologies for being a bit late this evening. Welcome to 31 Days of Halloween. It’s day 5 and have we got something special! Today’s link is going to sink you right up to your neck in a playlist of 7 chilling films from 1969-1988. We’ve got The Lady in White, Diary of a Madman, Dracula (1977), Horror Express, The Reincarnation of Peter Proud, Night of the Living Dead, and The Picture of Dorian Gray. We hope you enjoy them!
They Glow…In The Dark
I remember sitting down Halloween night after trick or treating and watching classic monster movie marathons (hosted by Whoopi Goldberg awesomely enough) and watching the Mummy, Wolfman, and Creature From The Black Lagoon. You still see kids dressing up as these classic characters. Now, you can pass on the tradition through GLOW IN THE DARK DVD’s!!!!! Continue reading Universal Classics That Glow In The Dark
Legendary actor Mickey Rooney passed away Sunday at home, he was 93. Known as the last silent film movie star, he had the longest running film career in cinema history making his first appearance in 1926 at the age of 5.
Continue reading Legendary Actor Mickey Rooney Dies At 93
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