October has arrived – the most wonderful time of the year
There is a nip in the air, the leaves are changing and the smell of pumpkin pie surrounds us. It’s time to wear flannel as you walk a corn maze then curl up by a fire as the sun goes down early. A time to eat caramel apples, drink apple cider, and…well anything apple related really. And the gourds – my god, so many gourds. Also, it is a time for horror. A time for a good scare. You have to love a month that ends with a celebration of death and the macabre.
So join us for a plethora classic horror movie reviews, Halloween related nostalgia and other related creepy crawly odds and ends.
We shared our first kiss under the cherry blossom tree. It was perfect, like a scene from the movies. I stared into her eyes and [...]
Frankenstein is one of the few classic monster movies that I did not see on a Saturday afternoon on a UHF channel. No, this [...]
By 1941 Universal had been making monster movies for over a decade. It had now become a well-oiled machine and while not quite formulaic [...]
The Mummy from 1932 is a classic. A flawed classic for sure, but a classic nonetheless. There are parts of this film that are truly [...]
Tod Browning’s 1931 adaptation of Dracula is the granddaddy of them all, the film the launched the Classic Monster films of Universal. The Universal [...]