Welcome to a new segment: Sticky Ends! Tales of gruesome, macabre, bizarre deaths. We kick off with the tale of The Cinder Woman from 1950s Florida.
Today, on our Why History is Horrifying series, we ride the high seas and encounter a tale of madness and murder. A tale worthy of a horror movie, the story of the Mary Russell is grim and gruesome.
Black Christmas (2019) was a slasher remake that attempted to make a feminist horror film. With a lot of “what the hell were they thinking?” choices, the horror is nonexistent and the feminism is highly questionable.
It’s a cold, bleak fall / winter ya’ll. And this film ain’t helping.
“Last Night in Soho” dresses to impress, but do its glowing visuals overshadow its scares?
Another entry in “Why History is Horrifying”! Learn about a murder victim involved in two major conspiracies, an Evil Earl, and the mysterious “Stroker”….
Horror is exploitation. But there are limits. Blaming the devil for a vicious real-life murder? That’s the limit. Learn about the true, tragic tale behind “The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It.” A tale the wrong people are telling and going to profit off of.
In the A Quiet Place sequel, John Krasinski scores another fantastically tense, well-directed, post-apocalyptic story. Our heroes venture out into the desolate world ravaged by monsters in the hope of reconnecting to and saving humanity.
After over a year, Your Intrepid Host has finally seen a new release in an actual theater: ‘In The Earth,’ a film made over 2 weeks during COVID. Find out about this new film and why the theater experience is essential to horror movies.
Our final entry in the Killer Dolls series: the original Child’s Play from 1988! Brad Dourif plays a serial killer / dark sorcerer trapped in an ugly doll. In his campaign of blood and evil, he preys on a very dumb little kid and battles two very gullible adults.