Favorite films

  • Martin
  • Knightriders
  • Day of the Dead
  • Bruiser

Recent activity

  • A Tale of Two Sisters


  • The Hound of the Baskervilles


  • Blood from the Mummy's Tomb


  • High Tension


Recent reviews

  • A Tale of Two Sisters

    A Tale of Two Sisters


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Written by Chelsea Bennington

    A Tale of Two Sisters was an unsettling, beautifully shot film. The pacing felt steady and the score was amazing. Honestly, after watching it I immediately wanted to go through it again and fish out all the clues and layers. The acting was fantastic, particularly Yum Jung-ah as the stepmother who (without spoiling) had the skill to carry the very complicated role as necessary. Also, THE GHOSTS. The ghosts were extremely well done!

    That said, I…

  • The Hound of the Baskervilles

    The Hound of the Baskervilles


    Written by Colin Corcoran

    Today I visited Baskerville Hall circa 1959 for the Hammer Horror production of Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles.

    Based on the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story of the same name, this is, of course, one of many film adaptations. This version from the Hammer production studio's features the always delightful pairing of Peter Cushing (Holmes) and Christopher Lee (Henry Baskerville).

    Both perform eminently in their respective roles and are supported well by the…

Popular reviews

  • The Fly

    The Fly


    Let me start be saying I have not seen the original 1958 version with Vincent Price. I know, I know, I know!! How can you have only seen a remake? Well I will rectify that one day, but I think thats what make the 1986 version so special and so unique, in that it can really hold its own as a movie. With a plethora of remakes and reboots and reimaginings (Whatever they are) not making the grade, The Fly…

  • Quatermass and the Pit

    Quatermass and the Pit


    "Click here if you watched this film before." Yeah, WAY before.

    I watched QUATERMASS AND THE PIT on one of those glorious Sunday afternoons when everyone else was watching football and I would take off and watch monster movies on my little black & white TV.

    This one was on Channel 5 (WTTG, this was, one of D.C.'s two independent stations), and I had circled the title and time in "TV Magazine" or whatever the supplement was called that used to…