Southbound is an anthology of five loosely related horror stories, each from different directors and writing teams. Some of the films have a bit of a Twilight Zone feel to them.
Dear Santa, Can you please bring us more slashers as good as Black Christmas (no, not the shoddy remake from 2006; we’re referring to the 1974 original)? Because someone or something needs to remind Hollywood that horror films are allowed to have talented legitimate actors, compelling scripts and genuinely effective–yet relatively gore-less–scares. Sure, it’s just… [Read More]
One of the best films of the vampire genre–that most folks have never even heard of–is Near Dark, but it’s revered by bloodsucking devotees. Jason Norton explains why.
The late great H.P. Lovecraft never envisioned his serial short story inspiring such a campy reinterpretation of the source material. But that silliness fueled its shelf life.