Our St. Patrick’s Day horror marathon continues through the Leprechaun franchise with the 5th film, Leprechaun in the Hood.
Author Pat Emmel
When an independent film studio stumbles upon a cult classic, chances are that they’ll milk it for all it’s worth with a barrage of sequels. We begin our breakdown of Full Moon Features’ opus of Puppet Master with the title film that started the ball rolling.
Not all horror films need to have much blood or a body count to get the blood stirring. Such is the case with Gothic.
Attack of the Killer Donuts toes the line of a bad and hilariously bad creature feature.
If nothing else, Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker paved the way for Demonic Toys at The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Silent Night, Deadly Night 4: Initiation attempts to follow the franchise format of Halloween 3, and fails.
Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out! is a ridiculous but perfect sequel twist that could have been executed better.
Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 is so gloriously bad, you wish the entire film was original footage.
The best Christmas horror movies play into the opposite themes that Christmas and horror use. Silent Night, Deadly Night is a prime example.
A Brilliant Monster rewrites what serial killer films can do.