Lucio Fulci's THE HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY (1980) in 35mm at Anthology Film Archives' 'The Genre Terrorist: Lucio Fulci' Retrospective for the first time.Home invasion premise, supernatural atmosphere, sci-fi resolution.
The Queen of Spades (1949)Critics bamboozled me again! Beautiful, not horror.
The Ninth Gate (1999)Spoiler: the ninth gate is Depp's dick
Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970)...Tastes funny... Tastes like paint... and wood.
Amityville 2 The Possession (1982)I really incest that you watch this.
Dark Night Of The Scarecrow (1981)Surprisingly little scarecrow in this scarecrow movie.
Organ (1996)Tokyo, 1996: Bleeding Japanese people screaming nonstop.
What we do in the Shadows (2014)A documentary of my university years, seriously
Hannibal (2001)Hey whats for dinner? Oh, a Goodfella.
Silence Of The Lambs (1991)Goodbye hooooorses. whoa goodbye penis too, ah!
From Beyond (1986)Opening your minds eye really kinda sucks
Scream 2 (1997)$7.50 movie ticket, those were the days.
Night of the living dead 1990Zombie movies are the definitely Fizzest drink
Tales From The HoodStrangely still relevant today. RIP Michael Massee.
Cat's Eye (1985)Compared to the cat, James is Wooden.
The Witch (2016)Witchy, what a Goodwyfe thou willst be.
Night of the Demons 2010 Monica keena or Diora Baird? Ok, Both
Friday the 13th VI: Jason Lives (1986)Where the hell are health and safety.
Son of Frankenstein (1939)Frankenstein's Monster exhibits least desirable assassin qualities.
Evil Dead II (1987)Blood spills. Deadite kills. Groovy Ash thrills.
The Boy (2016)Not what I expected from Brahms' latest.
Curse of Chucky (2014)Has more endings (and chili) than Clue.
Exorcist III (1990)This movie is Blairingly Linda bare. (Sorry.)
Onibaba 1964Elric kane made me wear this mask
Final Destination (2000)Rube Goldberg: Portrait of a Serial Killer
The Black Cat (1934) Since when is Lugosi taller than Karloff?
Deep Red (1975)Sleepy + Italian horror = that person did it??
Cronos (1993)I want to always be in Guillermo-land
The Ship of Monsters a/k/a La Nave De Los Monstruos (1959)Zok the talking skeleton...enough for me.
Rats: Nights of Terror (1984)"Terror" = Grown adults can be this stupidorMany animals are harmed making Italian movies.
The Mist (2007)I both love and hate the ending.
The Purge: Anarchy (2014)I'd go steal energy drinks and burritos.
C.H.U.D. (1984)Gets the award for most talent wasted.
The Boogeyman (1980) Scared me as a kid. Still creepy!
Perfect Sisters (2014) Get away with murder by being adorable.
Kidnapped (2010)I want October to be over now.
Stitches (2012)I mean funny like I'm a clown.
The Thing (1982)If aliens didn't get them, diebeetus would.
Silent Hill (2006): Creepy effects and badass women. Criminally underrated.
Halloween (1978)This movie still totally holds up. Totally.
City of the Living Dead (1980)Lazy union gravediggers: burial first, THEN coffee.
The StrangersProtagonists somehow under-react and over-react to everything
Oculus (2015)The mirror really pulls the room together.
1408 (2007)When the Carpenters sing, shit gets real.
Phenomena Almost unwatchable, but end slight redeems it.
Lights Out (2016)Screenwriting rule #1: Show, don't shit exposition. Phantasm Remastered (1979)Italian horror meets suburban boyhood fantasies.
Spring (2014)Tentacle porn, better in the original Japanese.
The Fourth Kind (2009)Where are all the cool aliens at?
The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)Everything has taken a step down in quality
Return of the Living Dead (1985)Literally gets better every time I watch
The "Final" Destination a.k.a. Final Destination 4 (2009)Low point in series know for consistency
A Bucket of Blood (1957)Murdered Man eerily resembles V/H/S photo above.
Return Of The Living Dead Part II (1988)Don't ever trust a zombie for directions.
The Haunted Palace (1963)Two Vincents for the Price of one.
The Sentinel (1977)Burgess Meredith throws incredible cat birthday parties.
Beyond the Walls (2016 Miniseries) Beautiful, haunting, and worth the Shudder subscription.
House of 1000 Corpses (2003)The house has got to smell, right?
The Invisible Man (1933)The finale was a real barn burner.
I Madman (1989)I mad for Jenny Wright too, man.
Lady in White (1988)I just got whiplash and liked it.
Curse of Chucky (2013)Fiona Dourif is worth all the chili.