There is A Reboot of Stephen King’s ‘It’ In the Works
Jul14

There is A Reboot of Stephen King’s ‘It’ In the Works

Now, we know what you’re thinking, It was released in 1990. You’re absolutely right. However, the terror began in 1986 when the Stephen King novel was first published. Now, there is a reboot of the film coming and it’s shaping up to be pretty terrifying. “It’s such an extreme character. Inhumane,” said Bill Skarsgård, the actor who will be playing Pennywise, the terrifying clown who gave kids everywhere...

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Starman- John Carpenter’s 1984 Film And His Only Academy Award Nod – To Be Remade
Apr05

Starman- John Carpenter’s 1984 Film And His Only Academy Award Nod – To Be Remade

John Carpenter’s 1984 sci-fi flick “Starman” is the latest one of his films slated to get a modern reboot, this time to be directed by Night at the Museum’s Shawn Levy and produced by none-other-than Michael Douglas.  Though Levy is new to the film and therefore will bring a fresh perspective to the reboot, Douglas helped produce the 1984 version and will likely be there to try and not disappoint Carpenter...

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80s Horror Matchup: The Shining V.S. Poltergeist
Mar02

80s Horror Matchup: The Shining V.S. Poltergeist

The timeless era of the 80s was home to some pretty classic horror films that even in present day would scare your pants off. We decided to take two of the most iconic horror films of the 80s and pin them against one another. This time around we have The Shining and Poltergeist, two classic films that contain spine-chilling suspense and enough horror to give you nightmares year-round. (Poll Below) The Shining Here’s Johnny!...

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Friday the 13th (1980)
Oct12

Friday the 13th (1980)

I love Halloween – love it, love it, love it. I love candy, I love pumpkins, I love getting dressed up, and I love that the world seems to have an orange glow. And scary movies. I LOVE scary movies; and, the month of October is chock full of them! There are many staples that I watch every year around this time: Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, The Shining, and, of course, Friday the 13th. The granddaddy of them all, Friday the 13th...

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Terror Train (1980)
Oct25

Terror Train (1980)

By James Porter “The boys and girls of Sigma Phi, some will live, some will die.” I’ll let you in on a little something—I like trains. I grew up watching Thomas the Tank Engine, I’ve owned three model train sets in my lifetime (one of which I still have the locomotive displayed on my desk), and I’m looking to volunteer at the local railroad museum. So, movies with trains call to me, regardless of the quality. Terror...

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1980s Movie Mt. Rushmore Part IV: The Slashers
May22

1980s Movie Mt. Rushmore Part IV: The Slashers

By Michael Nazarewycz This is the fourth article of a 4-part series that will look at those people most influential on movies in the 1980s. Click here to read Part I: John Hughes, Part II: The Brat Pack and Part III: Kenny Loggins. The slasher film as we know it today was not born in the 1980s, but rather in 1974 with director Bob Clark’s Black Christmas. (Yes, the same Bob Clark who brought us such ’80s gems as...

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Top 5 Movies That Freaked Me Out As A Kid
Apr13

Top 5 Movies That Freaked Me Out As A Kid

By Ryan Zimmerman Ryan here—back with my weekly Top 5. This week, Top 5 Movies that freaked me out as a kid—enjoy!   5. Child’s Play Picture this . . . you are a child. You are around dolls a lot. Now, you see a movie that shows dolls killing people. Having an ounce of imagination only leads a kid to believe that their beloved LambChop doll could turn into a Lamb “Chop you up doll.” Then, the movie shows you that if you confide...

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