Cursedis a movie that I’ve never seen before now. It came out during the wretched era/glory days (depending on how you look at it) of teen horror movies in the early 2000s. It’s got a relatively young cast and fits the mold of most Wes Craven movies. Teenage friends, outcast, etc. It’s the Scooby-Doo gang make up. Anyway, this movie is about werewolves and it has Christina Ricci in it. Based on that last sentence, I have absolutely no idea why I haven’t seen it before. Especially since it’s on Netflix.
It’s probably mostly terrible, but it does have a lot of actors/actresses that I like in it, and again, it’s Christina Ricci + werewolves. How bad could it possibly be? (more…)
This movie, man. This movie. It’s hilarious, and bizarre and everything else. The Stuff is about a couple of people that find something in the snow that tastes absolutely delicious. This happens in the first 5 minutes, and it’s already one of the best movies ever made. It continues with these people marketing this tasty, creamy, snow-like treat as a form of yogurt or ice cream. So, you’ve got Yogurt, Ice Cream, and The Stuff. Just amazing. So, an investigator gentleman starts looking into The Stuff because it’s causing some crazy reactions in the nation’s children, where he runs across a food company executive who is also looking into The Stuff, and they run into some crazy stuff (pun intended).
No spoilers, but needless to say, The Stuff isn’t an innocent dairy (DAIRY ISN’T INNOCENT!) treat like ice cream or yogurt, and it’s not a taste non-dairy alternative like almond milk or coconut milk ice cream. Nope. It’s something else entirely.
This movie is actually pretty decent, but the whole premise is batcrap crazy. The Stuff is real, and it’s spectacular. (more…)
The Movie of the Night for this haunting season is House on Haunted Hill (1959) starring Vincent Price. If you’ve never seen this classic, it’s the tried and true formula of a bunch of strangers locked in a house overnight for a chance of winning a prize, in this case money. There are a lot of twists and turns throughout this movie, and the acting is fantastic, but all of the effects, looking back on them, are incredibly hilarious. See what I mean?
This movie is timeless, for the most part, but check it out in black and white because the color one is a big ol’ mess, so don’t even bother with that nonsense. You can view either one in all their glory on Hulu+ or a variety of other places, so check that jazz out.
This movie is a wonderful way to kick off your Halloween season with a late night spook fest. (more…)
We all love Netflix. It’s cheap and easy. It’s much less than the average person’s coffee budget (I think?), and it offers hours upon hours of programming for those seeking entertainment, or just a way to kill a few hours. Well, it’s Halloween season, obviously, and we have to keep a look out on horror. It’s hard to narrow down what to watch during this time period, but never fear! Netflix and I have got you covered. And with this entry, we look at television. Oh child! This will keep you busy!
I was gathered amongst some companions earlier, and the topic of comic books and comic book creators came up. One of my favorites, Jack Kirby, was brought up in regards to the Fantastic Four and Dr. Doom, and I mentioned that Jack Kirby’s headstone is one of the few I’d want to visit of a, not necessarily pop culture icon or celebrity but more like a historical figure.
This got me thinking, what headstones would I actually want to make a point of visiting before I am placed in front of one, myself. I thought that this might make an interesting look at who I am and what inspired me the most as a human being. Morbid, I know, but it still seems like a decent idea. (more…)
I’m a sucker for crazy, vintage horror movies. Especially when they’re black and white and completely insane. Vincent Price is a name that is pretty much synonymous with this style, and if you’re following me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or GetGlue, you’ll notice that I watch a lot of these kinds of movies (This morning’s movie was House on Haunted Hill).
I also listen to a lot of Misfits records, and what’s been going on in my head today is their song “Return of the Fly,” which is pretty much just a list of the actors in the movies. It’s fantastic. Anyway, this has really been making me want to watch this movie, since it’s been a while since I sat down and watched it. So, today, we’re going old school with Vincent Price and Return of the Fly. (more…)
I know I didn’t post a movie of the day yesterday, so if you choose, you can file this as yesterday’s post. Anyway, Children of the Corn is movie that stands out amongst other horror movies. Based off Stephen King’s short story, this film lays besides King’s other standouts in the themes that he does so well: children, religion, and supernatural elements. (more…)