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In Remembrance of a Horror Icon: George A. Romero (1940 – 2017). In 1968 George Andrew Romero released his full directorial debut which would change cinema and popular culture forever…[read more...]
The act of creating any independent horror film entirely in the absence of studio support is always impressive entirely regardless—and sometimes in spite—of the end result. Indie horror is always to be celebrated and encouraged. They’re very real art, but they often take very real work to appreciate.[read more...]
Throughout its two-hour run time Alien Covenant attempts to answer questions about human responsibility, the origin of life and artificial intelligence (to name a few). But if you’re seeking it out in the hopes for closure following the events of Prometheus, you will surely be disappointed. Not to say that the lingering questions left from the previous film go unaddressed, but this film only adds more mythology and confusion to an aging franchise, with now six films and counting.[read more...]
Maybe the most ambitious of the noteworthy indie horrors for 2016-2017, The Dark Tapes definitely deserves its underground cred. The uniquely structured four-part Southbound-style plot weaves together four tangentially related stories that together offer a deconstruction and exploration of the supernatural.[read more...]
This year, some of the most anticipated slasher reboots are scheduled to be released. In preparation for the upcoming revivals, we thought it would responsible to provide our readers with this handy survival guide. Please read carefully and do not discount the obvious, as we’ve seen what happens when even the simplest of rules are broken.[read more...]
Isolation in horror films is not a new trend. However, the torture soaked isolation films of the 2000s might make it seem that way. This movement, a focus on the individual and on the feeling of being isolated, was quietly marked by the arrival of Cube (1997) and Audition (1999) in the late 90s.[read more...]
Garish orange-red blood spatters across the wallpaper like someone dropped a bucket of latex paint. In the closet, there’s a weird doll on a tricycle. In the kitchen, a man in a tan trenchcoat is drinking J&B scotch, totally unaware. Giallo, meet the HorrorRated readers. Readers, meet Giallo.[read more...]
The rumors are true! We’ve recently confirmed the 2017 reboot of John Carpenter’s classic, Halloween. The latest addition to the Michael Meyers franchise has entered the initial stages of production, and although the film’s release date has yet to be revealed, we do know that Carpenter will be closely involved.[read more...]
The 1980s were a goldmine for those of us who enjoy B horror movies. The key elements for a good B horror movie are schlock, humor, and a certain amount of effort (however misguided) put into making the movie. It’s easy to make a bad movie. Making a B movie takes a bit more effort.[read more...]