Retro Review

The Dumpster Dive: Monster Dog (1984)

July 31, 2016 Mike Annerino

Sometimes you come across a film that sounds so amazing that it’s too good to be true. Sometimes you here something like “an Italian monster film called Monster Dog that stars Alice Cooper as a werewolf […]

Retro Review

The Dumpster Dive: ORCA (1977)

July 12, 2016 Mike Annerino

For the inaugural installment of “The Dumpster Dive” I randomly searched for weird titles to dive into and 1977’s Orca (also known as Orca: The Killer Whale) stood out to me during my search. It’s didn’t seem […]

Reviews

Review: Cell (2016)

June 12, 2016 Mike Annerino

Stephen King is a master of horror, having a heavy name in both book and film. He doesn’t always directly write/direct films, he rarely does in fact, but a lot of the films based on […]

Retro Review

Retro Review: White Noise (2005)

June 8, 2016 Mike Annerino

A concept that I’ve mentioned here before is the concept of growing up and seeing all of these movies claimed as “the most terrifying movie ever made”. When you’re a kid, you believe that shit, […]

Retro Review

Retro Review: When A Stranger Calls (2006)

June 5, 2016 Mike Annerino

I never mind a remake, if it’s a remake that’s trying to improve on a poor movie and doing something different with it. I don’t mind seeing genuine inspiration or vision in a remake, if […]

Retro Review

Classic Review: House on Haunted Hill (1959)

May 24, 2016 Mike Annerino

William Castle is a classic horror director, but he’s not exactly Alfred Hitchcock. Whereas Hitchcock took films that could so easily fall flat and made them astoundingly brilliant, Castle was more of a mainstream gimmicky […]

Retro Review

RETRO REVIEW: Psycho IV: The Beginning

May 18, 2016 Mike Annerino

A few weeks back, I wrote about Hannibal Rising and how it was a horror prequel that–unlike most– was handled pretty well. The horror prequel is a tricky thing to accomplish, but one prequel idea that […]

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