Category: Creepy/Horror

A Decade Later: House on Haunted Hill

On October 29th, 1999, House on Haunted Hill was released to the masses.  An updated version of the 1959 classic staring Vincent Price, this film still retains its creepy-factor a decade after its release.

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Zombieland…home of the twinkies

In recent years, it seems that humans have become more central to zombie stories instead of the zombies.  No longer content to focus on rotting flesh and cliches, zombie storytellers have begun exploring the way survivors would change through their ordeal…mentally, physically, and even intellectually.  As the newest member of the “focus on humans” club,  Zombieland is worth three times the price of admission.

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Sam Raimi returns to his roots with one of the best horror movies in years.  A perfect balance of gore, scares, laughs, and story create an experience that any horror movie lover can’t miss.

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Movie Review: The Haunting in Connecticut

Horror film cliches are overused nowadays due to the lack of original and interesting concepts.  The Haunting in Connecticut is, unfortunately, a film that could have functioned very well within just the story and the idea of what was going on, but instead was filled with scene after scene of groan-inducing cliches.  It’s a real shame, because there are some moments of horror movie brilliance that rank up there with the big boys (Suspiria, House by the Cemetary, Jacob’s Ladder, etc.)…but they are almost overshadowed by uninspired and unoriginal scares.

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Change your pants: Undying

Undying Cover

Clive Barker is a legendary writer and director, known for his macabre and eldritch stories.  Barker’s works have not been limited strictly to film and literature, however…some of his stories have found their way into video games. Clive Barker’s Undying ranks up there as one of the scariest games of all time.

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