Monthly Archive: October, 2012


It’s Wednesday, which normally would mean that this space would be devoted to Wednesday Weirdness, but today is also Halloween, and given that I’m doing a whole Halloween-themed thing here, I don’t want… Continue reading

The Mothman Prophecies

Today’s movie is one that has probably been on my List of Movies I’ve Been Beaning to See as long as anything. The Mothman Prophecies was released in 2002, at a time when… Continue reading

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

Today’s movie represents my second foray into the Universal Horror series… sort of. Apparently there is a fair amount of disagreement as to whether Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein should count… Continue reading


Single Sentence review: A modern take on the classic slasher pic, Hatchet is loaded with blood and boobs, violence and gore, and even a fair amount of laughs, but, unless you are a… Continue reading

From Dusk Till Dawn

Today’s Saturday Replay is a tough one to review. Directed by Robert Rodriguez from a screenplay by Quentin Tarantino, it is an unusual movie because it successfully executes a complete change of genre… Continue reading

House on Haunted Hill

The term “Classic” gets thrown around a lot. In my experience thus far, I think its usually applied correctly. Of course, there is always the danger that sometimes a film acquires a reputation… Continue reading


Back when I was doing my Olympic Film Festival two of the more pleasant surprises I encountered were a pair of Korean movies. I was completely surprised when I found myself enjoying Forever… Continue reading


They say that variety is the spice of life. In a continuing attempt to embrace that variety here with One Movie Each Day, I’ve decided to dedicate each Wednesday review to the stranger… Continue reading

The Final

I’m disappointed. For the third entry in my Holloween-inspired horror film series, I decided to venture away from the territory of well-known films that I visited with the first two entries in the… Continue reading


What would a Halloween movie collection be without at least one entry from the classic Universal horror series? It’d certainly be incomplete. And really, if I’m going to pick a single classic horror… Continue reading

Paranormal Activity

A cleverly realistic, since-imitated, but truly creative spin on the demonic horror genre, Paranormal Activity delivers genuine suspense, and deep-seated scares by employing just enough realism to make the viewer sub-consciously question whether… Continue reading

13 Movies | 13 Days of Halloween.

If you’ve been looking around this website as of late, you’ve probably noticed some changes have been afoot. One of the things that my re-organization effort required, was for me to go through… Continue reading