Author: Peter

Month of Horror Prevues: EATEN ALIVE

“Daddy’s off to the slay the dragon.” Eaten Alive (1977) was Tobe Hooper’s rather mediocre follow up to his 1974 horror masterpiece The Texas...

Criterion Crime and Comedy Classics

Arthouse Shmarthouse. We’re just kidding, we appreciate our arthouse cinema as much as any film loving website does but sometimes you want to watch...

Catching The Lewton Bus

As much as I love all the Horror films that feature lots of creative special FX, there are others that I’ve come to admire...

Month of Horror Prevues: TWISTED NERVE

“Ladies and gentlemen, because of the controversy already aroused, the producers of this film wish to re-emphasize what is already stated in the film,...

POSTERS: Brian DePalma’s SISTERS

Director Brian DePalma began his film career in the late 60s making indie counterculture comedies like The Wedding Party, Greetings and Hi Mom!. In...

Month of Horror Prevues: DEVIL TIMES FIVE

“My face! Look what you did to my beautiful face!” Over the years there’s been several films made in the killer kids subgenre like...