Before he made The Fly, The Dead Zone, Videodrome and Scanners in the 80’s, David Cronenberg wrote and directed The Brood in 1979. Although not his directorial debut, The Brood was his first commercially successful film. While by no means as popular as the films he would make in the decade after its release, The […]
Observant viewers of Scream 4 will have caught a reference to Michael Powell’s 1960 suspenseful masterpiece Peeping Tom. In the film, a character claims that Peeping Tom, and not Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, is the first slasher movie. While it’s true that Peeping Tom beat Psycho to theaters by three months and has a higher body […]
Nineteen Eighty-Two saw the release of the third Friday the 13th movie (in 3D!), which was the first film in the franchise in which Jason donned his famous hockey mask. That mask transformed Jason from a simple camp killer to an Iconic Movie Villain. However, most people are unaware that another movie murderer also picked […]
Somewhere in between the lumbering, grunting zombies of Night of the Living Dead and the athletic, screaming zombies of 28 Days Later, there lies a more frightening zombie. This scarier zombie is the one that walks among the living, undetected by the untrained eye. These are the zombies that populate director Gary Sherman’s (Poltergeist III) 1981 film Dead & Buried.
Synopsis: A woman’s life unravels as she helps the bride, her lifelong friend, prepare for the wedding in Bridesmaids. Release Date: May 13, 2011 MPAA Rating: PG-13 Genre(s): Comedy Film Review Production Bridesmaids is the new movie from “Saturday Night Live” cast member Kristen Wiig. In it, Wiig plays Annie, a woman with a failed […]