The Final Nightmare is here, or so we think. The 6th entry in the saga adds “final” to the title, though we all know that’s a sign for at least one more film not including the reboot- once the greed beats the dead horse of course. “Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare” is a strange movie… Read More Friday Night Frights- ‘Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare’
A witch is easily recognized as one of the main mascots of Halloween, however there hasn’t been as much representation in cinema compared to others like vampires, zombies and ghosts. It’s a little odd that studios don’t attempt to utilize witches more often as when they work well they are among the… Read More ‘The Witch’ Wilhelm Screamfest III
Like most horror icons, Chucky has been through the fiery gates of cinematic hell by ways of countless sequels and idiotic plot points. For those that are unfamiliar with his origins, Chucky was. established as a welcoming and all the more terrifying addition to the catalog of Hollywood killers with his unique appearance and calculated… Read More ‘Child’s Play’ Wilhelm Screamfest III
Vampires have been a cornerstone to horror nearly as long as the genre has been present in cinema. Classics like Nosferatu and Dracula have been inspiring creative minds for decades; now to the point of reinventing the monster for modern audiences. Similar to the original Swedish film, “Let Me In” tells the story of a… Read More ‘Let Me In’ Wilhelm Screamfest III
Halloween is more than just a night of candy and costumes, it’s an entire month of festivities. Fallen leaves, a cold breeze and let’s not forget frights. With it’s own dedicated season it only makes sense for Halloween to have its own playlist. Whether you are in need of a decorating soundtrack or just looking… Read More Hallow Hits: A Playlist for the Halloween Season
“The Guest” isn’t just a film with a suspense thriller with a maniac, but one that is everything Halloween. Just about every setting has Halloween decor, making each member of the small town seem like the biggest fan of the October holiday. Even though you can watch the movie throughout the year, there’s something festive… Read More ‘The Guest’ Wilhelm Screamfest II
The 80’s was a crucial time for the horror genre, as many franchises were spawned throughout the decade. While most focused on killers with supernatural powers, there was one film that mixed traditional vampires with 1980’s culture.“The Lost Boys” is the epitome of the 80’s, with big hair, stellar music and movie duo Corey Haim… Read More ‘The Lost Boys’ Wilhelm Screamfest II
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