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.
Here’s a look at the most inventive King Kong movies, and how they brought him to life with visual effects.
The teenagers-in-the-woods theme has been a staple of the horror movie for years, gaining the height of its popularity in the early eighties. Of course, when the stereotype is brought up, the first images that come to mind are those of the Friday the 13th movies, but the trope has been explored in many other […]
Long before he hit the horror big time with his groundbreaking effects on 1981’s An American Werewolf in London, makeup artist Rick Baker was making Hollywood bleed, ooze, and gush. He started his career in the early seventies, creating nightmares in films like It’s Alive, Squirm, and the attempted reboot of King Kong. His big […]