“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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A gig is a gig- a common saying used by struggling bands, but one that may should be re-evaluated. This is what punk band The Ain’t Rights discover as they perform a show at a neo nazi venue, located in a remote part of Oregon. After the concert the group falls… Read More ‘Green Room’ Wilhelm Screamfest II
Just about everyone has had that haunted looking house in their neighborhood. “Monster House” aims to take this somewhat common setting and turn it on its head by going deep into the mythos and urban legends created within children’s’ minds. The film follows DJ as he notices something sinister about the… Read More ‘Monster House’ Wilhelm Screamfest II
It’s very common in Hollywood for a director’s earlier films to be overshadowed by newer projects. Peter Jackson, known for “The Lord of the Rings” franchise, falls under this category as his long stay in Middleearth made audiences forget one of his earliest films “Dead Alive” also known as “Braindead”. The film is vastly different… Read More “Dead Alive” (Braindead) Wilhelm Screamfest II