In a way, Linda Blair had it easy; her breakout role as Regan, the possessed child in The Exorcist, came very early in her career when she was barely into her teens. The down side to this is that Blair has never been able to duplicate the success of her signature performance. Since The Exorcist, Blair has worked fairly steadily in the mainstream, making guest appearances on television shows such as “The Love Boat” and “Supernatural,” but has also never stopped making cult horror movies like Hell Night and The Chilling. One of her lesser-known horror outings was a movie that she produced as well as starred in, a 1988 gore-fest called, appropriately enough, Grotesque.
Event Horizon is more than one of the most terrifying science fiction horror movies, it’s full of Easter eggs that pay homage to other science fiction movies.
Cinema Fearité Presents ‘The Wizard of Gore’ From the king of splatter cinema, ‘The Wizard of Gore’ is Herschell Gordon Lewis’ career crowing achievement. The term “splatter cinema” was first coined by George Romero, but his films rarely fit the pure definition of the term. Although there is plenty of gore in some of his […]
For better or worse, Joan Crawford left an indelible mark on Hollywood, and she is at her most Crawford-esque in William Castle’s Strait-Jacket.
Jack the Ripper is the perfect combination of murder mystery and a horror film with just the right amount of lovely ladies.