Hand-painted Ghanaian movie posters are very creative…and often more interesting than official film posters. However, in some cases it is obvious the painter knows little about the movie he’s making the poster for. Here are 12 of the most hilariously obvious examples of this. 1. Child’s Play. I don’t remember this movie having jungles… Read More
Below is the trailer for Gunpowder & Sky’s TRAGEDY GIRLS, a new spin on the horror genre, featuring biting satire about social media stardom – it’s like a modern-day Clueless (if Cher and Tai murdered people).
Do you remember the old Tales From the Crypt show based on the 1950s comic? It really wasn’t that scary but it was good, silly fun with a great gross-out factor. Trailer Park of Terror reminds me of that show. It’s not that smart, it’s not that terrifying, but it IS a whole lot of… Read More
37 years ago, Don Coscarelli unwittingly began a cult franchise with his guerilla style DIY supernatural film Phantasm. While the directorial reigns have been handed off to new director, but long-time series fan David Hartman, that guerilla style of filming still remains with this final entry. This low budget sequel concludes Reggie and company’s journey,… Read More
With the recent passing of the late great Gene Wilder I thought it high time to revisit the masterpiece that is Young Frankenstein. While definitely not a horror movie in the traditional sense, there’s enough love of the Frankenstein myth AND the genre in this film to make any horror fan proud – and it’s… Read More
I watch pretty much every horror movie that gets released, and 99% of time I do so without watching the trailer or reading reviews about the film — instead I choose films based the title, poster or basic plot summary. There are an outstanding amount of Horror releases coming out in 2016, with Pride and… Read More