By most people’s judgement, the third entry in the Hellraiser franchise is not a great film, some might even say it’s not even a good film either. When coming in from the first two films – films which are great examples of the kind of passion and attention that can go into a horror film, you’ll notice very quickly how they’re bastardised. These films built a dark world full of sadism, greed, perverse morality and violence which is being built by a power of hell contained within a puzzle box. Continue reading “Who You Callin’ Pinhead? Hellraiser 3:Hell On Earth (1993)”
Whenever I settle down to enjoy a meal, I always have to take a minute or two before I eat to find something to watch. What began as a simple habit has become a religious affair and to my shame, I’ve often put this habit before my enjoyment of the food. Continue reading “6 Films You Don’t Want To Watch While You Eat”
So it’s been a little while since I covered this and I’m not sure why. I live and breathe for horror films and making a list of the worst deaths I’ve seen over my many years of watching them is always super fun – let’s just chalk it up to a wank 2018.
So, in the immortal words of Dr. Watson: “Let’s crack on then.” Continue reading “The Worst Ways to Die in a Horror Film (80-76)”
So the Halloween films are on the tip of tongues of most movie goers this October (Laurie Strode herself even admitted she’s never had so much attention), and I must admit, I’ve always found this series of films a corner of curiosity in the horror world. Continue reading “And Now For Something Completely Different: Halloween 3: Season Of The Witch (1982)”
The more I think about it, Father’s Day would perhaps be a better title for this film. While there certainly is some mutilation, it’s not the theme, nor the unique selling point, in fact aside from being one step away from the most generic horror title I’ve ever seen (I mean, it’s only one ring above calling a film ‘The Killer’ or ‘The Murderer’) even its alternate title, ‘Fall Break’ is much more fitting, even though that’s also generic as hell. Continue reading “Worst Father’s Day Ever: The Mutilator (1985)”
When a film has a legacy; solidified in cinema history forever based on the followings they managed to gain, it’s usually down to one of two reasons. The first, well is simply because the film is good. Now being ‘good’ I suppose is subjective to the viewer, but there is an overall consensus when it comes to certain pictures. Films like The Godfather, Jaws, 2001: A Space Odyssey & The Terminator are just a few of the films you’ll find on pretty much every top 100 best films of all time lists, as well as receiving a lot of recognition for being cultural significant.
If you thought the Jaws franchise finished with Michael Caine joining up with Chief Brody’s wife to finally put an end to the Brody/Bruce(do sharks have last names? Bruce Jaws maybe? The Jaws’?) conflict, you’d be right, and that’s actually quite a good thing. After Jaws 4: The Revenge, the series slipped beneath the waves to be buried where it should of because, well it was just getting silly. The shit they make you swallow in number 4 is just so ridiculous, it’s laughable. What was once a film that awoke a dormant fear in everyone that saw it, turned into an interspecies blood feud that I guess can only be compared to something akin to a Jeremy Kyle episode? Continue reading “The real revenge of Jaws: Jaws 5”