Horror Film Countdown: The Cat and the Canary (1927) October 29, 2014 - The Cat and the Canary (1927), dir. Paul Leni, Universal Pictures With this we move into another genre of horror. We’ve seen madmen, vampires, Frankenstein, [...]
Horror Film Countdown: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1912) October 27, 2014 - Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1912), dir. Lucius Henderson, Thanhouser Compnay. While not the first film adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s famed story, this is [...]
Horror Film Countdown: Wolf Blood (1925) October 27, 2014 - Wolf Blood (1925), dir. Bruce Mitchell and George Chesebro, Ryan Brothers Production/Lee-Bradford Corporation. While not the first werewolf film (that would be 1913’s The Werewolf), [...]
Horror Film Countdown: Nosferatu (1922) October 24, 2014 - Nosferatu, (1922), dir. F.W. Murnau, Film Arts Guild Technically not the first vampire film, as that honor would go to the 1921 Hungarian film The [...]
Horror Film Countdown: Frankenstein (1910) October 23, 2014 - Frankenstein (1910), dir. James Searle Dawley, Edison Manufacturing Company The first adaptation of Mary Shelly’s famed novel sets the bar. Not very high, mind you, [...]
Horror Film Countdown: The Phantom of the Opera (1925) October 23, 2014 - A few years ago I covered Horror Host‘s for NonPro, so I’ve decided that this year we should take a look at some of the [...]
Alter Negro – Deep Space Nine (and for some reason) Jem! May 6, 2013 - THE ANS IS LATE TO THE PARTY! In this episode we are “Late to the Party” on Deep Space Nine and Jem. Listen to John [...]
Twelve Hours of Terror: Detention November 30, 2012 - Detention (2011), dir. Joseph Kahn. Sony Pictures. The final film for the 2012 season is the new release Detention. Some critics have hailed it as [...]
Twelve Hours of Terror: Society November 28, 2012 - Society (1989), dir. Brian Yuzna. Wildstreet Pictures. The penultimate film is Brain Yuzna’s directorial debut. Released in Europe in 1989, but not seeing an American [...]
Twelve Hours of Terror: Demons November 28, 2012 - Demons(1985), dir. Lamberto Bava. DACFILM Rome. The fifth offering is the oddest of the lot so far. Demons, directed by Mario’s son Lamberto and produced [...]