It took a long time, but Michael Myers returns for the 6th installment in the Halloween franchise. Most horror fans wish he didn’t.
The story of Uncle Mikey and Jamie continues with Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers.
Halloween 3 turned many happy horror fans into ravenous haters. “We want Michael Myers!” was the chant of the mob. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers gave the fans what they wanted: their silent serial killer of the season.
A review of A Plague So Pleasant, an indie zombie film that expands the idea of what a zombie movie can really be.
Pacific Rim is coming to Blu-ray and DVD, and we have a copy for one lucky fan!
Machete is a film where every twist is obvious, every line is obnoxious, every action sequence is over the top, and it makes every minute enjoyable.
Remember those warnings on Halloween about psychos sticking razor-blades, pins, and heroin in candy? Halloween 3 takes these urban legends to a whole new level.
The public cried out for a sequel to Halloween, and John Carpenter and Debra Hill answered, giving us one of the most progressive sequels in a horror franchise in Halloween 2.
A tale of passion, jealousy, and some pretty wild sexual organs: Frank Henenlotter, director of Basket Case, Brain Damage, and Frankenhooker fame returns to horror cinema with Bad Biology.