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Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

Retrospective – Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer

Henry is a testament to how powerful a film can be even without much of anything to work with at all. Based loosely on the story of serial killer Henry Lee Lucas, it was made for only $100,000 and its...

Pumpkinhead - Nat's Favorite Horror Movies to Watch on Halloween

Blu-ray Review – Pumpkinhead

Pumpkinhead, the film debut of FX genius Stan Winston, has always been a movie that’s needed more love. It’s become a bit of a cult classic, and is known among the hardcore horror fans, but it’s all b...

Leatherface. The popular Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie directed by Tobe Hooper.

“What happened is true” Revisiting The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

In some ways, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is the first modern horror movie. In some even deeper ways, it may be possible to consider it as the first modern movie, period. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre...

Poster for Peter Sasdy's Nothing but the Night.

Nothing but the Night Retrospective – A Lost Classic

Nothing but the Night begins with a series of mysterious deaths befalling the board members of an orphanage. A police officer (Christopher Lee) and a physician (Peter Cushing) team up to investigate. ...

The Midnight Meat Train Retrospective – Subterranean Slasher

[soliloquy id=”5245″] The Midnight Meat Train finds Leon (Bradley Cooper), a struggling photographer trying to get in touch with his dark side at the behest of a gallery owner (Brooke Shie...

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