Dir.: Joss Whedon Starring: A lot of awesome people That movie where Loki called Black Widow a whining c**t. The box office returns, the amount of merchandise sold and the heated anticipation for Age of Ultron tells you the story loud and clear about how impactful The Avengers was and still remains. Will it hold …
Welcome to the first episode of Super Podcast for 2013! Your wonderful hosts Super Marcey and the terrible Australian Bede Jermyn are back in this 103rd episode.
Dellamorte Dellamore or Cemetery Man is the final Michele Soavi film for my 31 Days Of Horror
I was drawn to Lisa And The Devil because it was a Mario Bava film, and I wanted something a little more unusual of his on my list to check out. Well unusual wasn’t wrong, as this film is down right INSANE!
Mini Review Day 21: Frankenstein Unbound (1990) I find it rather odd that until recently I hadn’t even heard of the film Frankenstein Unbound and it seemed strange to me. A Frankenstein film, directed and written by Roger Corman starring John Hurt, Raul Julia and Bridget Fonda – and I didn’t know of its existence! …
Mini Review Day 19: Tourist Trap (1979) So I admit that the sole reason I decided to put Tourist Trap on my 31 Days Of Horror list was because I loved the one sheet. It was strange, and certainly attention grabbing, it did its job on selling me. I am actually glad to report that …
I am not entirely sure where I even heard about this film, but I am pretty sure I added it to the list because it starred Sam Elliot.
I picked this film for my list blindly, I had no idea what it was about
I am really not sure how I never ended up seeing this film until recently; sometimes they just slip through the cracks.
The Uninvited is a film I have wanted to see for quite a long time, and with A.J.’s encouragement I decided to track it down and add it to my 31 Days Of Horror line up
Mini Review Day 9: Dead Snow (2009) Dead Snow has been on my ‘To Watch List’ for quite some time, and what better time to finally tap this one than for 31 Days? I’ve heard nothing but good things about this one, and I can see why! It is a really fun and self-aware horror …
It feels criminal to me now that I waited to so long to see Don’t Look Now, but in waiting I did
There are several film versions of Sweeney Todd, and up until now I hadn’t seen any of them. I felt compelled to start with director George King’s version, and I am rather glad I did.
After what seems like years, I finally sat down and watched Drácula (1931), the Spanish version. It was shot at the same time as the Tod Browning film