Horror Rod Lott
Despite being unleashed from Twisted Pictures, those people who brought us all those Saws, The Tortured has
sat in the shelf now for about two years, skipping a wide release on
its way to DVD. It's easy to see why: It's strong, sick stuff that
delights in punching and kicking its audience as its vengeful characters
do their prey.
Thriller Rod Lott 247˚F
is as compelling as you'd think about a movie set almost entirely in a
sauna would be: not at all, once you think about it. I'm all for films
set in single and/or small spaces, but this one has nowhere to go.
Comedy Rod Lott
It's been several years since we've gotten a good parody movie. With
the release of Supernatural Activity, it's obvious we
may have to wait several more. Found-footage horror is ripe for a
ripping, but this one isn't it.
Featuring nine shows about zombies and maids and gigolos and gladiators and government agents and visitors from the grave and ...
Television series Rod Lott
With the arrival of fall, a whole new crop of television series has
debuted. And yet, I can’t say I’ve caught many more than maybe two. See, I’ve
been too busy catching up on all these shows on Blu-ray and DVD — shows such as these fine nine ...
Nonfiction Rod Lott The Man Who Created Halloween
is not director John Carpenter, but producer Irwin Yablans, who came up
with the idea of the tormented babysitter story, inadvertently changing
forever not only the face of horror, but the potential of independent
Horror Rod Lott
Boris Karloff plays one of The Sorcerers in an obscure 1967 thriller from Warner Archive. To be more precise, he’s Dr. Marcus Monserrat, “practitioner of medical hypnosis.” Yet what he and his wife (Catherine Lacey, The Lady Vanishes) really itch to try out is something more sinister.