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My video store career started at the end of the 80s, and I spent most of the 90s working both there and at a bookstore part time to pay my way through college to eventually get my master’s degree (I … Continue reading
I can never have enough of either in my horror collection, so here’s a look at four flicks I’ve recently added to my shelves that come from back in the day. CHAMBER OF HORRORS (1966) House of Wax is the … Continue reading
Christopher Lee, king of the Satanists! Here’s a quick look at two of his films from over 15 years apart with a similar theme. HORROR HOTEL (The City of the Dead) (1960) This is a delicious little tale of witchcraft … Continue reading
A decade before Satanic Panic hit Shudder, there was a very different movie with the same name, so I figured it was time to take on both of them. SATANIC PANIC (2009) It’s low budget and a messy mishmosh of … Continue reading
Time to take on some old school horror as I look at four films of disembodied heads, aliens, and satanic cults. NIGHT OF THE BLOOD BEAST (1958) At a little over an hour long, this is a fun and silly … Continue reading
Nothing screams second-tier 70s like this triple feature I watched as I continue to dig through all the DVDs left in my possession after my brother’s passing last summer. And speaking of possession… THE MEPHISTO WALTZ (1971) Alan Alda stars … Continue reading
2010 Spanish horror film The Valdemar Legacy tricked the fuck out of me on so many levels it’s not even funny. The fact that it manipulated me into watching what started out as my kind of movie – property inventory … Continue reading