There’s a Friday the 13th this week. So, it’s as good a time as any for Cinema Fearité to take a look at the wackiest – and most maligned – entry into the popular and prolific Friday the 13th franchise, the ninth film in the series, the one made in 1993 after Jason had gone […]
Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining is an irreplaceable part of modern pop culture, even if Stephen King hates it.
Margot Kidder possessed the rare combination of beauty and talent that allowed her to captivate an entire generation, and it shines in the Hitchcockian Sisters.
Dario Argento’s Suspiria (1977) is legendary in horror circles for its slasherific death scenes and stunning cinematography and use of color.
William Shatner and Patty Duke take on Stephanie Zimbalist in The Babysitter where the script is flipped and the babysitter is on the hunt for blood.