Classic Movies 2021

Classic Movie: Quartermass and The Pit (1967)

Starring: Andrew Keir, Barbara Shelley, James Donald, Julian Glover Director: Roy Ward Baker When a new underground station is being dug in 60's London, something that was long buried is excavated and only Quatermass, the space engineer, can stop the chaos from consuming the world. Andrew Keir is Quatermass in this film, and he's joined… Continue reading Classic Movie: Quartermass and The Pit (1967)

Classic Movies 2021, Film Reviews

Classic Movie: Vampire’s Kiss (1988)

Starring: Nicolas Cage, Maria Conchita Alonso, Jeniffer Beals Director: Robert Bierman Vampire's Kiss is a late 80's film starring Nicolas Cage as a publishing executive with issues who starts to lose his grip on reality after he thinks he's been bitten by a vampire. But that doesn't begin to really describe what this film is.… Continue reading Classic Movie: Vampire’s Kiss (1988)

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Podcast: The Haunting/The Innocents

On The Gen X and The Millennial Podcast, where a generation X and a millennial each pick a film and make the other watch it... we talked about two great 1960's era horror films. Both The Innocents and The Haunting are based on classic horror books and both take on women going a bit nuts… Continue reading Podcast: The Haunting/The Innocents

Classic Movies 2021

Classic Movie: The Bad Seed (1956)

Starring: Nancy Kelly, Patty McCormack Director: Mervyn Leroy In this week's classic movie, a mother starts to wonder if there is something sinister and deeply wrong with her angelic looking blonde daughter. Rhoda has become one of cinema's most famous and chilling horror children, chilling generations of viewers. Join me for this weeks review of… Continue reading Classic Movie: The Bad Seed (1956)

Hallowe'en and Horror

Horror Franchise: Friday The 13th (1980 – 2009)

Created to cash in on the highly successful slasher flick Halloween which came out in 1978, Friday The 13th revolves around Jason Voorhees, a child who drowned at a school camp. Initially, he's the motive for the killings, and later the killer himself, as anyone who tries to stay on Crystal Lake falls under the… Continue reading Horror Franchise: Friday The 13th (1980 – 2009)

Hallowe'en and Horror

Danse Macabre Hallowe’en: Trilogy Of Terror (1975)

In Stephen King’s book Danse Macabre, he talks about horror in books and movies and why we are so drawn to these themes and stories. It’s a great book by a master of the genre. He talks about many movies in the course of the book and there’s a big appendix at the back with… Continue reading Danse Macabre Hallowe’en: Trilogy Of Terror (1975)

Hallowe'en and Horror

Danse Macabre Hallowe’en: The Day Of The Triffids (1963)

In Stephen King's book Danse Macabre, he talks about horror in books and movies and why we are so drawn to these themes and stories. It's a great book by a master of the genre. He talks about many movies in the course of the book and there's a big appendix at the back with… Continue reading Danse Macabre Hallowe’en: The Day Of The Triffids (1963)

Hallowe'en and Horror

Danse Macabre Hallowe’en: Someones Watching Me (1978)

In Stephen King’s book Danse Macabre, he talks about horror in books and movies and why we are so drawn to these themes and stories. It’s a great book by a master of the genre. He talks about many movies in the course of the book and there’s a big appendix at the back with… Continue reading Danse Macabre Hallowe’en: Someones Watching Me (1978)

Hallowe'en and Horror

Danse Macabre Hallowe’en: The Abominable Dr Phibes (1971)

In Stephen King's book Danse Macabre, he talks about horror in books and movies and why we are so drawn to these themes and stories. It's a great book by a master of the genre. He talks about many movies in the course of the book and there's a big appendix at the back with… Continue reading Danse Macabre Hallowe’en: The Abominable Dr Phibes (1971)

Hallowe'en and Horror

Danse Macabre Hallowe’en: Dr Terror’s House Of Horrors (1965)

In Stephen King’s book Danse Macabre, he talks about horror in books and movies and why we are so drawn to these themes and stories. It’s a great book by a master of the genre. He talks about many movies in the course of the book and there’s a big appendix at the back with… Continue reading Danse Macabre Hallowe’en: Dr Terror’s House Of Horrors (1965)