After John Carpenter’s success with Halloween, he told a legend-based ghost story with The Fog, a horror classic in its own right.
Cinema Fearité Presents ‘Satan’s Little Helper’ A Halloween movie that’s not THE Halloween movie. When it comes to Halloween movies, none is bigger than the original 1978 classic Halloween, so much so that a ret-conned sequel made forty years later still was able to conquer the box office. But, for those that want a little […]
Cinema Fearité Presents ‘Mazes and Monsters’ Satanic Panic hits the small screen with ‘Mazes and Monsters.’ The Satanic Panic of the late seventies and early eighties was legendary. Stuffy parents and politicians found references to Satanism and Devil Worship in just about everything fun, from rock music to computer games. And when the smoke cleared, […]
Thanks to the UCLA Television & Film Archive, Private Property can now be seen and enjoyed by anyone who wants to see and enjoy it.
The nineties were a curious time for horror movies. The success of young adult television shows like “Beverly Hills 90210,” “Dawson’s Creek,” and “Party of Five” paved the way for a slew of fright flicks that were packed with beautiful young stars and set to hip modern soundtracks. Usually, these movie were slashers, like Scream or I Know What You Did Last Summer. Sometimes, they were more sci-fi tinged, such as Disturbing Behavior or The Faculty. By the turn of the century, the teen horror craze had hit the supernatural realm. Case in point: 2001’s Soul Survivors.