For many years, it was a tradition for October to have at least one sequel to a long running horror franchise in which people are sliced and diced by any number of monsters. The idea of long running horror sequels is not unique – Universal put their staple of monsters in endless sequels and re-imaginings.
Dog Soldiers (2002) Directed and Written by Neil Marshall Staring Sean Pertwee Kevin McKidd Emma Cleasby A good friend introduced me to this remarkable film a bit ago and it completely baffled me. Matt’s love of this film comes from his high school days and nearly got him a hook up in a college film
Well, Halloween is almost upon us, and because of the season, I decided to put two classic horror films against one another in my latest Franchise V.S. Franchise post. Most people nowadays are a bit more familiar with the sympathetic monsters; usually involving vampires trying to be human, werewolves trying to find a cure for
Welcome to Halloween, cackled the historian, I will ruin you! Just kidding. While I think that a wonderful book could be written about the holidays, my intention is never to ruin them; rather to attack the ruiners. For example, on the surface; how dare anyone give out fruit, toothbrushes or pennies on Halloween. My dentist
By Korsgaard See the Original Post Here First off, let me begin by telling all of you Happy Halloween. This may mean a range of things for most of you. Some of you may take your kids trick or treating. Maybe a few of you are dressing up and going to a party. Or maybe,