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.
Roger Corman stepped away from his B-movie roots for The Intruder, a socially conscious film that everyone should see.
Cinema Fearité pays tribute to the late Nicolas Roeg, cinematographer for Roger Corman’s ‘The Masque of the Red Death.’
In 1975, the movie world was changed by Steven Spielberg’s summer blockbuster Jaws. And almost immediately, schlock filmmakers started imitating it, hoping some of the success would rub off. And some did. The Jaws clone trend has given us awesome movies like Orca, Tentacles, and even Grizzly. Oh, and Piranha.