10 Fun Facts About “Texas Chainsaw 3D”

Nearly a year ago, 2022’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre attempted to capture the Halloween (2018) magic with a legacy “requel” which served as a direct sequel to the original film, ignoring all the movies in between.  Elderly Leatherface was met with a much less enthusiastic return than elderly Michael Myers had been, however this wasn’t the first time that this franchise had attempted a brand new … Continue reading 10 Fun Facts About “Texas Chainsaw 3D”

10 Creepy Facts About “Sinister”

There are few horror films from the last decade that have had quite the impact as 2012’s Sinister.  Coming completely out of nowhere, it blew away both critics and audiences, a consensus rarely received for a horror film. It’s the perfect example of how the horror genre remains a place for new and original films, especially in a cinematic landscape filled with sequels, prequels, and … Continue reading 10 Creepy Facts About “Sinister”

“Dark Shadows” 10 Years Later – The End of the Burton/Depp Era

Between The Addams Family, The Munsters, and Dark Shadows, the 1960’s seemed to be a highpoint for lighthearted “horror” based TV shows.  While the first two were more sitcom-based, Dark Shadows took the soap opera approach and remained a popular TV show.  So when it was announced that Tim Burton was doing a movie adaptation, fans were both intrigued but apprehensive. Casting his familiar actors … Continue reading “Dark Shadows” 10 Years Later – The End of the Burton/Depp Era

“Silent House”: An Underrated Gem, 10 Years Later

Long before Elizabeth Olsen was casting spells with the Avengers and fixing multiverses with Doctor Strange, she was breaking into the acting scene and trying to escape the shadow that was being the younger sister of the much more famous Olsen twins. One of her earliest breakout roles was 2012’s Silent House, a lesser known, low budget psychological thriller that’s not only an underrated gem.  … Continue reading “Silent House”: An Underrated Gem, 10 Years Later