You can’t have a revolution until the music is right…. Logan reviews Edgar Wright’s stylish and musically driven film, Baby Driver
From the bestseller that made millions believe in the unbelievable. For God’s sake, get out! Logan reviews The Amityville Horror that kicked off the franchise in 1979. #31DaysofHorror
Who will survive and what will be left of them? Logan Myerz reviews Tobe Hooper’s masterpiece, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. #31DaysofHorror
They’re coming to get you Barbara! Logan reviews the film that started it all, George Romero’s 1968 groundbreaking film, Night of the Living Dead. #31DaysofHorror
Something is alive in the funhouse…something that, tonight, will turn the funhouse into a carnival of terror! We review Tobe Hooper’s 1981 horror film, The Funhouse. #31DaysofHorror
by Nile Fortner
Here we go again folks, another zombie flick, and another found footage film. A zombie film and a found footage horror flick may not tickle the fancy of a majority of horror fans anymore. I mean, what else can be done in the genres? It feels like we’ve seen it all when it comes to found footage and brain eating zombies.
I personally like zombie movies, and found footage does have a special place in my heart. But lately the two genres have not been doing it for me, and they do not enthuse me like they used to. With that being said, I believe that director and co-writer Robert A. Palmer, co – writer Michael A. Weiss, and the rest of the crew at ‘Abstract Forces Productions’ will –
Have a special place in my heart because I Am Alone made me enthusiastic again, and is a refreshing flick that I’m glad I had the opportunity to check out.
Happy Friday the 13th! We thought it would be suitable to talk about Jason Voorhees today and review one of our favorite films of the series. Logan reviews the 4th installment in the Friday The 13th franchise. #31DaysofHorror #Fridaythe13th