Tag - horror

The Brotherhood of Satan (1970) – DVD...

Film: DVD: Written by: William WelchDirected by: Bernard McEveetyStarring: Strother Martin, L. Q. Jones, Ahna Capri, Charles Robinson Released by: Sony PicturesRegion: 1Rating: PGAnamorphic: Yes My Advice: Good for a MST3K party with lots of...

The Last House on the Left (1972) –...

Film: DVD: Written by: Wes CravenDirected by: Wes CravenStarring: David Hess, Lucy Grantham, Sandra Cassel, Marc Sheffler, Jeramie Rain, Fred J. Lincoln Features: Running audio commentary by director Craven and producer Sean Cunningham...

Run Like Hell (PS2) Game Review

Overall (not an average): Developer: Digital Mayhem Publisher: Interplay Platform: Playstation 2 ESRB Rating: M (Blood, gore, violence, strong language) At first glance, Run Like Hell seems like a no-brainer blockbuster title. Combining the...

Homicidal (1961) – DVD Review

Film: DVD: Written by: Robb WhiteDirected by: William CastleStarring: Jean Arless, Glenn Corbett, and Patricia Breslin Features: Psychette: William Castle and ‘Homicidal’ Trailers for Mr. Sardonicus and Strait-Jacket Released by:...

Thirteen Ghosts (2001) – DVD Review

Film: DVD: Written by: Richard D’Ovidio & Neal Marshall Stevens, based on a story by Robb White Directed by: Steve Beck Starring: Tony Shaloub, Matthew Lillard, F. Murray Abraham, Embeth Davidtz, Shannon Elizabeth Features:...

The Hearse (1980) – DVD Review

Film: DVD: Written by: George Bowers Directed by: William Bleich Starring: Trish Van Devere, Joseph Cotton, David Gautreaux Features:Theatrical trailer Released by: RhinoRegion: 1Rating: PGAnamorphic: Yes My Advice: Run from it…and...

The Blair Witch Project (1999) – Movie...

Written and Directed by: Daniel Myrick & Eduardo Sanchez Starring: Heather Donahue, Michael C. Williams, Joshua Leonard My Advice: Don’t Miss It. In October of 1994, three student filmmakers hiked into the woods in Maryland to...

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Ravenous (1999) – Movie Review

Written by: Ted GriffinDirected by: Antonia BirdStarring: Guy Pearce, Robert Carlyle, Jeffrey Jones, David Arquette, Jeremy Davies My Advice: Wait for cable. It’s 1847, and Captain Boyd (Pearce) has just been promoted and awarded due...