DAHLI’S FAMILY HORROR REVIEW: Episode One

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. […]

THE BENEFITS OF TRANSITION HORROR

As did many of you this holiday season, I spent my evening watching the classic Christmas jam, GREMLINS.  I remember begging my parents to let me watch GREMLINS when I was about six years old, and considering some of the more extreme stuff I had watched as a child, Joe Dante’s masterpiece was a walk […]

Review: THE BABADOOK

As much flack as it gets from the academy, “serious” film buffs who think it’s beneath them and god knows who else, the horror genre is by far the most intelligent one of them all. Sure, there are more than enough bad entries thrown out there for Walmart $5 bin consumption, but on the flip […]