A LOOK BACK AT: John Carpenter’s PRINCE OF DARKNESS

I’ve seen a lot of movies, but yet I haven’t. This is the story of my life. Is it possible to see every film ever made? No, but you can work on seeing the ones that interest you. A rational starting point would to be watching the classics of cinema, and then venturing off to […]

A Look Back At: JASON GOES TO HELL!!

It’s pretty safe to say that by 1993, the FRIDAY THE 13TH series had run out of ideas. They had followed the Michael Myers-free lead of HALLOWEEN III by not having Jason Voorhees appear in FRIDAY THE 13TH PART V, and like HALLOWEEN III, the fans weren’t too keen on watching a film that didn’t […]

A Look Back at: THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN!!

I love the classic Universal monster movies. Growing up, many hours of my childhood were spent sitting in front of my family’s TV, enthralled by whatever monster happened to be on, and I’ve grown to appreciate them even more as an adult. There’s just so much in those films that a lot of today’s horror/monster […]

A LOOK BACK AT HALLOWEEN 5!

In 1978, John Carpenter made what is, in my opinion, the best film of all time. There isn’t a single film that rivals my love for HALLOWEEN. I’m also fond of the second film, though I’ve never been a fan of the sister/niece/nephew/you name it angles that the franchise decided to take throughout the years, […]

A Look Back At FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE FINAL CHAPTER

There’s something about the FRIDAY THE 13TH film series that I just love. Sure, in my opinion HALLOWEEN is a better film than FRIDAY THE 13TH (in fact so is A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET), but as a series, F13 just blows them out of the water. The HALLOWEEN franchise had only about four films […]