Cinema Fearité presents ‘Judgment Night’ Cinema Fearite remembers the nineties with rap metal, flying bullets, and Denis Leary. The last few years, film fans and critics alike have been comparing the similarities between horror and comedy, thanks in part to the success of Jordan Peele’s Get Out and John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place. But not […]
Cinema Fearité presents ‘The Plague Dogs’ Cinema Fearité explores the childhood nightmares of ‘The Plague Dogs.’ Everyone has a memory of a movie that scared the hell out of them as a kid. For some, it might be a short-but-memorable scene in an otherwise innocuous film, like “Large Marge” in Pee-wee’s Big Adventure or “Wanna […]
Cinema Fearité presents ‘The Devil Bat’ Bela Lugosi chews the scenery and plays with a mutant bat in ‘The Devil Bat.’ Thanks to his legendary performance in Dracula, Bela Lugosi has earned himself a spot on the Mount Rushmore of classic horror. But he’s more than just the Count; he’s played fake vampires (Mark of […]
Larry Cohen’s It’s Alive is much more than shock and schlock; it’s the Guerilla filmmaker showcasing his unique style with an unforgettable monster baby.
The death of John Carl Buechler has rocked the horror world, but his legacy in special effects and directing live on, such as with Cellar Dweller.
The Butterfly Effect effectively transports viewers through time and dives into chaos theory. And the hate the movie receives completely unwarranted. Here’s why.
Outrage is a great example of Director Ida Lupino’s talent and vision, and how an exploitation B-movie of a sexual assault can shock and elevate.
Cinema Fearité presents ‘The Being’ Cinema Fearité wraps up Women in Horror Month with Jackie Kong’s slimfest ‘The Being.’ Throughout the month of February, Cinema Fearité has been celebrating Women in Horror Month by showcasing the work of female filmmakers. So far, we’ve covered the erotic thrills of Kat Shea’s Stripped to Kill, the slashery […]
A shocking film from David Lynch’s daughter, Jennifer Lynch, Boxing Helena will always be a movie worth talking about.
Cinema Fearité presents ‘Sorority House Massacre’ Cinema Fearité continues the celebration of Women in Horror Month with Carol Frank’s ‘Sorority House Massacre.’ In honor of Women in Horror Month, Cinema Fearité is spending February spotlighting the work of female filmmakers. Last week, we took a look at Katt Shea’s Stripped to Kill. This week, we’re […]
To celebrate Women in Horror month, check out Katt Shea’s 1987 directorial debut, the erotic thriller-mystery-slasher Stripped to Kill.
Even when they don’t seem to be, prison movies like ‘Short Eyes’ are horror flicks. Read on to find out why prison is a perfect horror movie location.
In a Glass Cage needs to be seen to be believed and makes Lars von Trier films look like puppet shows. Read on to find out why Agusti Villaronga’s Spanish horror is a must-see (once).
Few things are scarier than a creepy horror movie kid, but when there’s a group of creepy kids, like in The Children, things are more fun.
Before Wes Craven, Kevin Williamson, and The Wayans Brothers made their Scary Movies, three independent filmmakers did, produced by Generic Pictures.
Roger Corman stepped away from his B-movie roots for The Intruder, a socially conscious film that everyone should see.
Freddie Francis and Jimmy Sangster team up for ‘Paranoiac,’ a Hammer homage to ‘Psycho.’
Sondra Locke was best known as one of Clint Eastwood’s ex-girlfriends, but her healthy movie career in front of and behind the camera deserves recognition.
In Wild Beasts, the animals strike back as nature goes wild.
Cinema Fearité presents ‘The Old Dark House’, an unsung Universal horror movie where a woman plays the role of an old man.
Cinema Fearité pays tribute to the late Nicolas Roeg, cinematographer for Roger Corman’s ‘The Masque of the Red Death.’
Cinema Fearité pays tribute to the late William Goldman with Stephen King’s ‘Misery.’
David Cronenberg and Stephen King team up for the eerily prophetic ‘The Dead Zone.’
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.
Before ‘Saw’ and after ‘The Twilight Zone,’ there was ‘Cube.’
A lost gem about prank calls from the pre-Caller ID days, the 1988 television movie ‘I Saw What You Did.’