Rosemary's Baby

Horror Icon Mini-Marathon: WILLIAM CASTLE

Some horror filmmakers are lovers of the medium who desire nothing more than to simply share a tense psychological moment with an audience, to do whatever outrageous surprise necessary to elicit that prized reaction, the scream, from the people who have rewarded their films with their hard-earned money. One such driven filmmaker was gimmick king William Castle.

Rosemary's Baby (REVIEW)

I recently had the opportunity to attend a press re-screening of two of Roman Polanski’s most influential films. “Repulsion” and “Rosemary’s Baby” were the picks for the night to honor the work that Polanski has done in his career. I decided against writing a full blog post about the event and thought doing a review of “Rosemary’s Baby” would be more fitting. This cult classic has become a seminal horror icon and still holds up as a masterpiece of film. The pacing of events combined with the competency of each character is as subtle as the hellish baby bump growing on Rosemary’s tummy.

Horror BY the Sub-Genres: Pregnancy Horror

Giving birth is the weapon humanity has against the constant attempt of nature to destroy it, the yin to death’s yang. It is the way that people gain a measure of immortality in the physical world, a way to make sure that half of the genetic information that makes up who you are continues on after you’re long gone. It’s also an amazing way to bring together humanity, literally combining two separate human beings at a genetic level, knitting them together more closely than any relationship ever could.

Horror Headlines: Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

We've all been sitting on pins and needles to see what's next in the ongoing tale of the big screen version of "Ouija", the classic talk to dead people "game" from Hasbro. Well Juliet Snowden and Stiles White are next in line to write and direct the flick, which has already seen a few names come and go from the production sheet, and Michael Bay is still set to produce. The duo recently worked on the upcoming kid with a demon inside flick "The Possession" in case you were wondering. In contrast Michael Bay recently finished getting a BJ from a Russian stripper who has hopes of being in "Transformers 8: Dry Hump of the Dinobots".

Hail Satan! "Rosemary's Baby" is coming to Blue-Ray on October 30th for all your demon baby Halloween needs. The disc will be chock full of interviews, making of docs and restored goodness. Plus if you buy it you'll be supporting the world's most famous sex offender. It's really a win on all accounts.

"Vamp U" is going to change the way we view film forever. I don't even care what the movie is about. I know from title alone it's going to be a game changer. And thanks to the lucky folks at Level 33 were smart enough to acquire the rights to the film. I'm sure there was a bitter bidding war over this one since it will no doubt blow all box office records away. Wait it's a vampire comedy with a guy named Wayne Gretzky who can throw his teeth? Just close production on every other movie being made in the world, Hollywood people. There's no way you're going to top this one.

It looks like David Letterman may have given away the ending to "The Dark Knight Rises" on a recent episode when he was interviewing Anne Hathaway. So here it is. SPOILER ALERT: I will still hate Anne Hathaway's guts after I see "Dark Knight Rises".

In Real People News: 

Well this a new punishment I never would have thought of. A 23 year old Texas mother is under arrest after she glued her daughter's hands to the wall. I'm not sure she thought of what to do when the "time out" was over but sometimes you learn as you go.

If you're going to check a gun to see if it works you might want to not have it pointing at your crotch when you give it a go. Because if it works, which they normally do, you will blow your balls off like this guy in Oklahoma.

9 Horrible Horror Dads

Jack Nicholdson in "The Shining"

Happy Father's Day weekend everyone! It's that time of year where you buy your dad an ugly tie, socks, or just a new flask so he can cope with being a parent a little while longer. The horror genre also has dads all throughout its film lore. Ranging from virus spreading buffoons, to simple child murderers. Real stand up gentlemen these patriarchs. SPOILERS abound, but here are 9 Horrible Horror Dads.


9. The Mist

The Father Figure: David Drayton played by Thomas Jane

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