We’re big fans of Dario Argento here at 2 Guys & A Chainsaw. His films don’t make a lot of logical sense, but they are so well-crafted and creative, with such beautiful imagery, that we’ll overlook all that for style over substance. We both enjoyed this surreal and stunning tale about a psychic girl and her special insect friends.
We reviewed the superior uncut Italian release, as opposed to the American version with the misleading poster art and alternative title of Creepers.
Do you really love a good zombie movie, or are you just a poser? Care to find out?
Zombi 2 is Italy’s answer to Dawn of the Dead, whose Italian title was Zombi. It’s not actually a sequel to anything – its title is merely a marketing gimmick to imply it’s a follow-up to Romero’s film.
Jordan Peele made an unlikely turn from comedy to horror with this surprise hit that pushed all the right buttons. It’s a suspenseful, timely, well-made, and absolutely chilling story of a black man who goes to meet his white girlfriend’s family for the first time.
For this episode, once again we are joined by regular guest, Jordyn, to discuss the social and racial overtones and undertones as any good English major can.
Whenever Sam Raimi directs a movie, I’ll be there. I stood proudly alongside him for Evil Dead, Army of Darkness, A Simple Plan, all the Spiderman movies, and even Darkman. Yes. Even Darkman.
Drag Me To Hell marks the return to his horror roots in many ways. It drips of his easily-recognizable blend of horror and humor, executed with his usual originality and inventiveness. You can tell the man loves his job.