“The Omen” 1976 vs. 2006

There are few villains that are as epitome of evil as the Antichrist.  But what if the almighty sinister being on this Earth was just a young, seemingly innocent child?  The intrigue of that concept has led to 1976’s The Omen becoming a horror classic for 45 years now. Then on June 6, 2006 the studio couldn’t resist capitalizing on that date and released a … Continue reading “The Omen” 1976 vs. 2006

Awesome Horror Crossovers That Could (Technically) Happen

There’s nothing horror fans love more than imagining their favorite characters facing off against one another. And with box office successes like Freddy vs. Jason, Alien vs. Predator, and Sadako vs. Kayako, there’s definitely money in it. Usually, the only real obstacle (besides getting enough buzz to greenlight it) is the fact that different characters and franchises are owned by different studios, and they don’t … Continue reading Awesome Horror Crossovers That Could (Technically) Happen

Why the 1970’s was the Best Decade of Horror

Most horror fans have very strong opinions on which decade is their favorite for the genre. The only thing that most of them can agree on is that the older decades are better than the current ones. But that’s not to discount all of the brilliant horror that’s been released in the 2010’s The 30’s/40’s were all about the classic monsters, the 50’s dealt with … Continue reading Why the 1970’s was the Best Decade of Horror

Cursed Films: “The Omen” Review

While the alleged curse of The Exorcist took form in a set fire and the death of Max von Sydow’s brother, The Omen seemed to up the ante, so to speak. Long has legend told stories of cast and crew members dying, as well as a demonic force truly present. The latest episode of Shudder’s Cursed Films docuseries begs the dreaded question, did this film … Continue reading Cursed Films: “The Omen” Review