Tagged: Movies

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Ghastly Gems: The Invisible Man (1933)

Just two years after James Whale changed the landscape of horror cinema with Frankenstein, he directed The Invisible Man for Universal in 1933, where he would focus on revolutionary special effects and subtle psychological...

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Ghastly Gems: Dracula (1931)

With Universal Pictures recently launching their “Dark Universe” series of rebooted monster movies (starting with Alex Kurtzman’s The Mummy), now is as good a time as ever to look back on the classic “Universal...

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Top 7 Slasher Flick Kills

Nothing defines cinematic horror quite like the “slasher” flick. The sub-genre that Psycho begot went full steam ahead after Halloween became a smash hit, and has spawned a large number of long-running series. Part...

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Shin Godzilla Review

When Shin Godzilla (AKA Godzilla Resurgence) was originally announced in late 2014, it was difficult not to be skeptical. After all, Western filmmaker Gareth Edwards proved earlier that same year that a quality Godzilla...

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Review: Saw VI & Saw 3D

Saw VI (2009) After the dismal, filler-laden Saw V, it was clear that changes had to be made to keep the series relevant. For a horror series with annually-released entries to still be successful...

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Review: Saw IV & V

      Saw IV (2007) Considering the events that transpired at the end of the surprisingly decent Saw III, you would expect the next movie to be all about poor Jeff’s search for...

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Review: Saw II & III

  Saw II (2005) After the surprise success of Saw, producers scrambled to begin work on a sequel so that it could be released the following October. With series creators James Wan and Leigh Wannell busy working...

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Review: Saw (2004)

Say what you will about the movie that kickstarted the “torture porn” horror film craze, but with a budget of just over a million dollars and a final tally north of $100 million in...