Top 2020 Horror Films To Add To Your Scary Movie Marathon This Halloween

The purpose of this list isn't to share with you what I think are the best horror films of the year (though I will be sharing some of my personal experiences with each film along the way). My goal here is to provide you with options for the horror movie marathon that you no doubt … Continue reading Top 2020 Horror Films To Add To Your Scary Movie Marathon This Halloween

The History of the Slasher Movie Part III: 2000’s– Now

In part one of our History of the Slasher Movie series, we took a look at how the tropes of the genre came to be, beginning in 1960 and how they continued to shape the genre to a more recognizable formula by the late 1970's. In the second installment we discussed what ignited and eventually … Continue reading The History of the Slasher Movie Part III: 2000’s– Now

The History Of The Slasher Movie Part I: 1960’s– 1980’s

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: a group of horny, unconcerned teenagers gather some place away from the prying eyes of concerned adults, usually under the guise of celebrating some holiday, with the intent of engaging in illicit extracurricular activities, only to be picked off one at a time by a mysterious masked … Continue reading The History Of The Slasher Movie Part I: 1960’s– 1980’s

AHHctober: Ranking All 11 ‘Halloween’ Movies Worst to Best

Over the course of the last 40 years, Halloween has grown into one of the most successful horror franchises of all time with 11 feature films, including one remake, a sequel to said remake, a standalone that doesn't even feature Michael Myers, and multiple continuity reboots. Speaking of which, Blumhouse is currently in production on … Continue reading AHHctober: Ranking All 11 ‘Halloween’ Movies Worst to Best

John Carpenter Scoring ‘Halloween Kills’ & ‘Halloween Ends’

Last month Blumhouse announced it is moving forward with not one, but two new Halloween films, Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends. Last year's Halloween not only reinvigorated audience interest in the long-running slasher series, but also the interest of original franchise co-creator John Carpenter, who got involved with Michael Myers for the first time in … Continue reading John Carpenter Scoring ‘Halloween Kills’ & ‘Halloween Ends’

New ‘Halloween’ Movies Coming 2020 & 2021

The Boogeyman is back... Again. Halloween co-creator John Carpenter made it official Friday: the saga of Laurie Strode v. Michael Myers isn't over. In fact, it's got at least two more films left in it. Halloween Kills, the sequel to 2018's Halloween, will hit theaters Oct. 16, 2020. The rebooted trilogy will then close out … Continue reading New ‘Halloween’ Movies Coming 2020 & 2021

The Most Chilling Shots In Horror Movie History: An Odyssey Of Anxiety (Part I)

Horror movies are meant to instill fear in us, but some are more effective than others. The very best horror movies haunt us long after the credits roll. A lot of the time we can trace that lasting impression back to a single shot from the film, an image that gets under our skin so … Continue reading The Most Chilling Shots In Horror Movie History: An Odyssey Of Anxiety (Part I)

Sequel To ‘Halloween’ 2018 Reportedly Filming This Fall

You can't kill the Boogeyman. It was true all through the 80's and it's still true today. Per Collider, Blumhouse is preparing to move forward with a follow-up to 2018's Halloween. Multiple sources are telling the outlet that the plan is to begin principal photography on the film sometime after Labor Day with an eye … Continue reading Sequel To ‘Halloween’ 2018 Reportedly Filming This Fall

‘Halloween’ Sequel Lands ‘Firestarter’ Screenwriter

Jason Blum recently confirmed that he is indeed trying to get going a sequel to last year's Halloween and now he has his writer. According to Collider, Blumhouse is in negotiations with Scott Teems to pen the script for Halloween 2. The gig keeps Teems on Jason Blum's payroll and in the horror realm. The … Continue reading ‘Halloween’ Sequel Lands ‘Firestarter’ Screenwriter

Film Review– ‘Halloween’ (2018)

John Carpenter's "Halloween" has spawned several mostly-awful sequels, reboots, and reinterpretations. At this point one could hardly blame you for rolling your eyes at the prospect of yet another "Halloween" movie. Thankfully, after decades of disappointment, director David Gordon Green's ("Pineapple Express," "Stronger") follow-up is more treat than trick. He and his co-writers Danny McBride … Continue reading Film Review– ‘Halloween’ (2018)