Supernatural horror film "Mama" is one of the films I'm looking forward to checking out when it is released later this month. One reason I'm looking forward to it? I'm a sucker for creepy ghost stories and this one is no exception. Here's the synopsis:
Just in time for the holiday season, "Silent Night", the remake of the 80's chesse-tastic horror classic "Silent Night, Deadly Night", is headed towards an exclusive theater engagement beginning on November 30th.
Let it be said that I have quite overactive imagination. While I don't typically get scared of horror movies too much anymore, I am terrified that the things I watch on TV and the movies will somehow happen to me in day to day life.
When I was growing up, I happened to catch the 1977 supernatural horror flick "Ruby" airing on TV and it scared the crap out of me. Since I always enjoy re-watching the movies that terrified me as a child and seeing how well they hold up today, I decided to check it out.
Back in the day, one of my favorite VHS tapes from my collection was "Slumber Party Massacre." Not so much for the movie, which was just a pretty run of the mill slasher flick, but for the trailer of "Slumber Party Massacre 2", which is honestly the most hilariously crazy trailer I have ever see
Website 3D Focus recently got to sit down with Markus Lanxinger, the Lead Steroscopic Engineer on the upcoming Texas Chainsaw Massacre installment from Lionsgate, "Texas Chainsaw 3D" and he had a lot to share about the filming process and what to expect.
The movie adaptation of the off Broadway hit musical has made it's way up the cult classic ladder over the years, but even die hard fans are in for a treat with the recent release of the Blu-ray director's cut which features the original ending to the film.
Michael Stephensen, the director behind the amazingly hilarious "Best Worst Movie" is back with a new documentary, "The American Scream", which takes a behind the scenes look at the efforts of the residents of a small New England town who take their love of Halloween to the extreme.
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