A to Z Horror: “A Nightmare on Elm Street” (1984)
I have finally (FINALLY…) seen A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) (“N” of #AtoZHorror in August) and this movie is perfection and easily one of the best movies that Wes Craven ever made. Its a groundbreaking original horror/slasher that manages to stay far away from genre cliches and has its own attitude, and I loved that about it SO much.
The acting performances were all around top notch, high…
More exciting behind-the-scenes Dismembering Christmas, Scott Seagren (Lt. Fuller in the film) will also be working behind the scenes as Assistant Director on the project.
We have a very special slasher announcement for you holiday horror friends. Joining the Slasher Studios crew as Director of Photography is Jordan Hiller.
A to Z Horror: “My Bloody Valentine” (2009)
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I have finally seen My Bloody Valentine (2009) (“M” of #AtoZHorror in August) and while I have not seen the 1981 original I really found myself enjoying this reboot! I really thought the kills and the amounts of blood were a pleasure for the eye. One of the stronger aspects of this reboot is how in depth it all was. The character development, the story, the cinematography, the score and…
A to Z Horror: “The Last House on the Left” (1972)
I have finally seen The Last House on the Left (1972) (“L” of #AtoZHorror in August) and this movie took me by surprise, in a very good way actually. This was Wes Craven’s directorial debut and I gotta say this is some of his finest work. This has gotta be one of the most intense, shocking and twisted horror movies I have seen in my life.
In my eyes, the original is vastly superior to the…