THE EIGHTIES STILL SCREAM: A VHS RETROSPECTIVE PART 2 – HIDE AND GO SHRIEK!!

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Whenever I think back on the ’80s and how fantastic the decade truly was, some of my favorite reveries to indulge in are the ones of me as a kid walking up and down video stores and their endless rows of videocassettes and pickup up box after box, wishing that I was old enough to […]

THE EIGHTIES STILL SCREAM: A VHS Retrospective

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PART ONE: ORIGINS Growing up in the eighties, I was one of those hundreds of thousands of fortunate kids who were given the wonderful opportunity to get to witness and be a part of not only the beginning of the Home Video boom, but it’s rise, it’s dominance, it’s influence, and ultimately, it’s legacy. The […]

DAHLI’S FAMILY HORROR REVIEW: Episode One

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We’re always looking for new ways to bring fresh opinions and outlooks on the horror genre to you readers. While recently writing a retrospective, my daughter approached me about wanting to talk about movies, and it occurred to me that sometimes the more family-friendly types of genre films might get overlooked from time to time. […]

Crazy Triple Features: Twilight Time’s STRANGE INVADERS, SCREAM AND SCREAM AGAIN & COUNT YORGA, VAMPIRE

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This week’s second CRAZY TRIPLE FEATURES article is devoted to the wonderfully limited releases from Twilight Time. Known for putting out very limited amounts of films (mostly 3,000 copies), Twilight Time has been kicking ass for quite some time now, putting out great Bluray releases like Chuck Russell’s remake of THE BLOB, the horror classic […]

TV Review: AMERICAN HORROR STORY: HOTEL Episode 8: “The Ten Commandments Killer”

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One of my favorite movies is the Alfred Hitchcock classic PSYCHO, the controversial 1960 black and white thriller about a lonely man, his suffering motel, and his stern mother who shares what some might see as an unhealthy relationship with her son. It features one of the most surprising revelations in film history as it […]

Crazy Triple Features: Olive Films’ VOODOO MAN, UNDERCOVER BLUES & PHASE IV Blurays

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As weird as it can be, I love to take three films that have NOTHING to do with each other and watch them back to back. Sure, nothing beats binge watching any of my favorite franchises like the HALLOWEEN, FRIDAY THE 13TH or A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET films, but this odd triple feature approach […]

Editorial: An In Depth Look At Why TV’s SCREAM QUEENS Matters by Leonel VHS

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Lately I’ve been reveling in the fact that horror has made a huge resurgence on the small screen within the last few years. Back when I was a youngster in the late eighties, horror had a small presence on television, but albeit in a different form. Most of what was on the air then were […]

TV Review: AMERICAN HORROR STORY: HOTEL Episode 7: “Flicker”

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Writer Scott Snyder has created a name for himself in the comic book world with his BATMAN series and, lately, the ongoing horror comics, WYTCHES. Another series his fans adore is AMERICAN VAMPIRE, a genre bending reimagination of vampire folklore, mainly surrounding Skinner Sweet, a new breed of the species who leaves a mark in […]