This April the first true monster movie celebrates its 85th anniversary, which came from the mind of a 6-year-old boy who found him fascinated by gorillas and a nightmarish hatred for elevated trains, and who knew all of it would find its way into a 1933 classic raging and rampaging beast marked as the Eighth…
This retro review returns to the year if 1987 with the solo artist King Diamond and his second album entitled “Abigail”, which marked his first concept record on Roadrunner Records, later leading to re-releases, first in 1997 with 4 bonus tracks, and a 25th Anniversary edition in 2005 with a bonus DVD. Over the years,…
Since Bram Stoker first brought the tale of Dracula to life in 1897, the story has been told and retold countless times on screen, and used in several hundred books, and highly likely any and all horror fans know of the tale and even able to quote famous lines. Many famous directors such as F.W….
There’s much more interesting than taking a trip back to watch a cult movie from the director who created the masterpieces of yin and yang of Christmas movies, Black Christmas (1974) and A Christmas Story (1983), none other than Bob Clark, with his first odd outing Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things. This frankly and…