Posts Tagged ‘Halloween’
It’s only May, but here’s something to get you in the spirit of Halloween. Thanks to Miramax and BlumHouse Productions, A “Halloween” sequel is officially a go! John Carpenter, who helped create the Halloween franchise, will be putting on his executive producer’s hat for the movie as well. He also said that he wants to […]
Hollywood essentially gave up on any big Halloween releases, giving "The Martian" a clear trajectory to win the weekend box office race again.
Next up on Film on Vinyl's playlist is Mondo's reissue of John Carpenter's "Halloween" soundtrack. It's the night HE spun vinyl.
Ten years later, "Saw's" big reveal still generates more laughter than armrest-gripping tension, but it looks comparatively classic next to its silly sequels.
Film Yap writer Joshua Hull takes a look at the new horror movie "Digging Up the Marrow," by the director of "Hatchet."
Horror movie novice Evan Dossey takes a look at Halloween (1978) and Friday the 13th (1980)
Horror movie novice Evan Dossey takes on 2007's "The Orphanage."
A charming, fun look through the world of the creepy crawlies, "ParaNorman" is a kids' movie with bite.
The 1980s saw the release of some memorable and classic films that are not being taken out from archives and remade into modern, shallow productions.
Just in time for Halloween, Sam Watermeier chats with Joshua Hull, Hoosier filmmaker of the charming zombie comedy "Beverly Lane."
The Christoween classic is only worth getting if you have a 3D TV and Blu-ray player.
Sam reviews AMC Fearfest, the marathon that brings the experience of a horror convention to your living room.
In this week's show, Joe and Chris Yap about Halloween, scary movies and the hidden creepiness of Linus Van Pelt.