I thought it was pretty fun trying to see if I knew all 163 horror movies. Some of them may not fall precisely within the category of horror but they all fit the vibe. Pretty rad song accompanies it too.
Monday, April 29, 2013
Thursday, April 25, 2013
In Ghana, many posters for Hollywood films can’t be imported (due to various laws, I imagine) so various artists will take it upon themselves to pain bootleg posters of what their vision of the films. The end result leaves with some wonderful gems, check ‘em out after the break:
Posted by Rg Lovecraft at 10:25 AM
Friday, April 19, 2013
Who’s going to be seeing this one tonight? Unfortunately I won’t be making it this evening, but I will be seeing it very shortly with the review to follow.
Posted by Rg Lovecraft at 11:52 AM
Thursday, April 18, 2013
Tribeca 2013 started yesterday (and runs until the 28th), and for those of you who do not know, the Tribeca Film Festival was co-founded by Robert DeNiro in response to the attacks on NYC on September 11th, to aid the recovery of the TriBeCa neighborhood in Lower Manhattan. That’s all fine and dandy, what I really care about is the tasty selection of horror films that are being screened, some of which I have been very excited about for quite a while. There are some classics, and of course, there are some brand new ones and I’m going to share my list of movies that you should be on the look-out for.
Posted by Rg Lovecraft at 10:23 AM
I am a huge, and I mean crazy-obssessed-in-love-with-huge, fan of Twin Peaks, which most definitely means that at some point in the near future I will be reviewing the series. I’m contemplating doing an episode-by-episode review, as I am about to rewatch the entire series with a friend who has never seen it, but only time will tell. Until then, you will most likely be inundated by a variety of TP themed posts.
I discovered a video on Reddit today of an amazing pole-dancer from London, doing a totally SFW routine to “Falling” the theme of Twin Peaks. You can take a peek below:
Posted by Rg Lovecraft at 10:21 AM
Monday, April 15, 2013
This past weekend some good friends went out of town and I spent the past couple days at their place, hanging with their dog and taking it easy in their big, gorgeous house. One of the perks of this house is the rather large high definition TV that’s equipped with a Netflix/Amazon capable DVD player that allows me to feed my horror hunger in sweet, sweet surround sound.
One that’s been on my list for a while has been Ti West’s The House of the Devil. I’ve lingered with my finger over this one many a-time, but have always backed out thinking that it looked stupid (I know, I know, you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover), but this time I decided to give it a go. Shot in the same vein as an 80’s supernatural horror film, this one kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time, delivering powerful suspenseful scares, great cinematography and even a pretty solid leading lady.
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Posted by Rg Lovecraft at 10:19 AM
Friday, April 12, 2013
I cannot remember the last time I have been so excited about the release of a horror movie. Marking the days off the calendar, watching the trailers and clips incessantly, listening to the soundtrack on a daily basis, I was hooked on this movie before it even came out. Part of me was worried that I was building it up too much, “You’re gonna ruin it for yourself”, I kept on thinking, but did I? Absolutely not. As the inaugural review for this blog, I decided to kick it off with possibly the ballsiest remake in the history of the horror industry, Fede Alvarez’s take on Evil Dead.
Posted by Rg Lovecraft at 10:12 AM