Dario Argento Returns From a 10 Year Hiatus with “Dark Glasses” (Review)

When it comes to giallo, there is no director more synonymous with the subgenre Dario Argento.  With such classics as Suspiria, Deep Red, Tenebrae, Phenomena, and Inferno to his name, it’s hard to believe that the latter part of his career was filled with critical and audience flops like Dracula 3D, Giallo, and Mother of Tears. After a decade-long hiatus, Argento returned to the director’s … Continue reading Dario Argento Returns From a 10 Year Hiatus with “Dark Glasses” (Review)

Everything Coming to Shudder October 2022

Shudder is the place to be this October!  Between another Last Drive In special, new original movies, the return of the Boulet Brothers, and awesome collections, they have our sick and twisted horror needs covered for this Halloween season! Series and Specials New Episodes on Wednesdays – 101 Scariest Horror Movie Moments of All Time An awesome countdown of 101 terrifying moments from our favorite … Continue reading Everything Coming to Shudder October 2022

45 Surreal Facts About “Suspiria”

Often referred to as the “Italian Hitchcock”, there is perhaps no more iconic Italian horror director that Dario Argento.  Beloved for his giallo classics of the 70s and 80s, and tolerated for his less than stellar movies of the last decade, there’s no denying his influence on modern horror. And of that influence, there is one film that remains his crowning achievement, the one that … Continue reading 45 Surreal Facts About “Suspiria”

Why James Wan’s “Malignant” is So Divisive

After spending a few years away from horror, making films like Furious 7 and Aquaman, James Wan’s return to this genre was a momentous occasion.  His love and passion for the genre clearly shows as he wanted to make another horror film before getting to work on the Aquaman sequel, and that film was the hotly anticipated Malignant. Having been out for nearly a week … Continue reading Why James Wan’s “Malignant” is So Divisive