Day 15 Director Mike Flanagan has been a well-established voice amongst the horror community for years. With The Haunting of Hill House, a 10 hour Netflix show based upon Shirley Jackson’s 1953 novel of the same name, Flanagan announces his ascension from Horror Genre Staple
Day 14 *The following contains spoilers for the movie, Apostle(2018). You can find it on Netflix now, if you have not seen it. I highly recommend. The Power of His Resurrection Lies in The The Touch of His Suffering And so starts Gareth Evans’
Day 13 I just got done watching Alien: Covenant for the first time. As you all know, I love the Alien franchise so much that I now practically have acid for blood. However, I found the second prequel to the original Alien film to be very
Day 10 My mother is not particularly fond of horror movies. Like a lot of people, they give her nightmares and confront her with past traumas. Clowns and religious symbolism creep her out something fierce, but nothing scares her more than the slashers. If you were to
Day 9 Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms, and the autumn moon is bright. Legends about men transforming into beasts or vice versa have bled onto the silver screen
Day 4 One of the top mistakes I see modern horror movies making repeatedly is the overuse of jump scares. They often get a bad rap because of this, however, jump scares are a great tool in moderation. People underestimate the complexity of a scare.
Day 3 Computer generated imagery has long been a staple of blockbuster film releases. From its inception in the 1960’s, the art has continuously evolved. Now and days, CGI is being utilized for a diverse range of films across all genres, having both positive and
Day 2 Legendary director John Carpenter has taken a step back from the director’s chair over the last few years, preferring to work on his musical interests in lieu of filmmaking. It’s been almost ten years since his last directorial effort with 2010’s The Ward
Day 1 It’s no secret that horror movies make big bucks for Hollywood, but many of the most infamous franchises have been left out in the cold in lieu of original intellectual properties or have had their legacies eroded by divisive reboots, sequels, and prequels.
The Fall of The World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001 was a profound tragedy that scarred the beautiful nation I call home. Its aftershock is still felt on both the national and international circuits to this day. It’s impossible for a national trauma to