He’s Prince and He’s Evil

Commenting on which movie of his fans love, George Romero said something to the effect that some fans tell him Night of the Living Dead is their favorite movie and some say Dawn of the Dead, but the real sickos are the ones that love Day of the Dead. In a sense that is my... Continue Reading →

The Shape and the Thing

Generally it’s supposed that Alfred Hitchcock modernized the horror movie, taking films once located in dark castles and European villages into the suburbs and backcountry of America, creating a horror movie that was more concerned with pathology and carnage then the classic tenets of gothicism. Hitchcock’s singular impact can be argued as a film like... Continue Reading →

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