• The Beyond

    The Beyond

    Everything that makes Italian horror so great is in this movie: the surreal plot, funny dubbing, and awesome practical effects. The first half moves slowly with not much happening besides setting up lore, but the second half delivers! Eye gore galore!

  • Horror Express

    Horror Express

    Great casting in this film like Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, and Telly Savalas. The plot is a typical mystery on a train trope, yet the cast does a fantastic job at captivating the audience with their performances. Both Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing play off each other well with witting quips and Telly Savalas dominates the screen as the grandiose cossack commander. Plenty of eye torture scenes in this one too!

  • The Amusement Park

    The Amusement Park

    Don't take advise from a man in a white suit. He's an imbecile for believing he won't get dirty wearing that outfit at a carnival. Couldn't take this geezer seriously.

  • Invasion of the Body Snatchers

    Invasion of the Body Snatchers

    Great concept for a horror film and overall social commentary. Notable casting, like Leonard Nimoy, Donald Sutherland, Jeff Goldblum, and others. The film does have a two hour runtime, yet it could have shaved off 30 minutes and have steadier plot progression.

  • Carrie

    Carrie

    ★★★★★

    What a feel-good movie.

  • Here Comes Hell

    Here Comes Hell

    A nice tribute to old school horror film from the 1930's or 40's. The subtle nods to other classic horrors like Psycho and Evil Dead are icing on the cake.

  • Revenge

    Revenge

    Feels like an art film at many moments. A typical revenge plot to a tee, but the cinematography is the best highlight of the film. Don't expect a realistic plot, as the movie rolls with many plot conveniences in multiple scenes

  • Carnival of Souls

    Carnival of Souls

    ★★★★★

    Many public domain movies get condemned as unwatchable garbage, yet some are true hidden classics waiting for discovery: Carnival of Souls is a true gem. The film on a technical level has faults, like poor dubbing and some choppy editing, yet the guerilla filmmaking style gives it a organic authenticity which contrast bigger-flashier Hollywood blockbusters at the time. Ambient organ music and stark desert scenery help set the tone which give off a sense of looming dread. The massive carnival…

  • House on Haunted Hill

    House on Haunted Hill

    Carolyn Craig has a great pair of lungs. Her screams are better words than the rest of the movie's dialogue. The film is in the public domain, so watch it for free.

  • The New York Ripper

    The New York Ripper

    Surprisingly competent giallo film! The overall gritty and sleazy nature makes this an entertaining watch, as the New York City setting provides an excellent playground for sinister crimes. This film succeeds in making viewers uncomfortable with excessive nudity, ultra-violence, and flawed protagonists. The Donald Duck voices over the phone are the most memorable scenes, as it uses the same absurdity like the pig moaning from the 1974 classic Black Christmas. A shocking thriller to look out for.

  • Vicious Fun

    Vicious Fun

    Stoked to hear music from Drab Majesty and Sextile! Oh, and the humor is great too!

  • Terrified

    Terrified

    I watched this because of positive reviews and the poster looked promising, but I really didn't care for it. The naked ghoul scene was laughable and the part when the dead kid sat at the table with his breakfast was plain boring. I lost plenty interest in the film when the paranormal investigators tried to explain the reasons for the ghost phenomenon to the viewers. For example, they dictated to keep the lights off to attract ghosts, yet the dead…