“Artistry can redeem any subject matter,” says Roger Ebert in this clip from a 1978 episode of Siskel and Ebert Sneak Previews where they defend their positive review of Halloween, and analyze one of its classic scenes. We at Rare Horror certainly have a bit more love for so-called “sleazebucket” films than Roger and Gene,… Read More
If you’re a fan of Larry Blamire (creator of the movie The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra), I highly recommend you check out his Twilight Zone spoofing web series: Tales from the Pub. The episodes are only a couple minutes long so they’re easy to digest. Also, if you haven’t seen The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra… Read More
I stumbled across this excellent, 15 minute horror short about a girl obsessed with 60s B horror movies, and thought I’d share. It seems like it has gone largely unwatched, which is a shame given its interesting story and solid production values: Let me know what you think of it.
The 80s was a period where nearly every movie had a theme song, and horror movies were no different. Here’s some of our favorite records featured in killer flicks from the past! 1. The Ramones – Pet Semetary Movie: Pet Semetary One of author Stephen King’s favourite bands, seminal punk band The Ramones brought no-nonsense, melodic, timeless… Read More
We’re throwing a lot of ideas at the wall these days to see what most resonates with people. I thought I’d share some cool, weird and obscure videos I’ve stumbled across lately. First up a strange BBC documentary from the 70s called Princely Toys. It focuses on a bizarre collection of highly intricate, animated 19th… Read More
Rare Horror has a lot of love for cheesy horror trailers. The following is a list of some of our lesser-known favorites from the 80s. 1. Scalps (1983) The best part: It’s hard to decide what’s better – the dialogue or the editing. 2. Nightbeast (1982) The best part: There’s a lot to choose… Read More