Posts Tagged ‘Richard Matheson’
With its mix of old and new elements, particularly a potent infusion or eroticism, "The Legend of Hell House" stands at the divide of the horror genre.
Filled with sexuality, eerie Gothic imagery and a ghost-on-girl love scene, "The Legend of Hell House" is a top-notch horror classic.
It's the middle ground between wowing and worthless, between so great and so what. It is an area which we call "Twilight Zone: The Movie."
It has the bones of a great story, but "The Omega Man" can't escape its cocoon of hardcore '70s cheese.
An insipid romance/fantasy that marks the nadir of the time-travel obsession of the 1970s and '80s.
Though hardly a cinematic knockout, "Real Steel" is an amusing, if overly sappy, father/son redemption story with impressively cool robots.
"The Box" wants to be a morality play but can't seem to squeak past pedestrian paranoid conspiracy thriller.