The movies within a movie make THIS movie a joy to watch. More than anything, we want to attend the horror-sci-fi movie marathon that is the centerpiece of this film. We just don’t want to die in the process.
We’re twisting our puzzle box to unlock Clive Barker’s directorial debut about a twisted group of people summoning a twisted group of demons to do some seriously twisted things. The movie that started a franchise, and somehow managed to make the name “Pinhead” sound terrifying.
Craig asked for something “modern” this week, so we dug deep into Netflix for last year’s sleeper “hit” about an old woman in a load of demonic trouble. Even though it’s a found-footage movie, even Todd found a few things to like about it.
When we heard that Hammer’s House of Horror had teamed up with Shaw Bros’ House of Kung Fu on a Dracula martials arts crossover, we had to check it out. Too bad it didn’t really live up to the concept. This was Hammer’s last Dracula film, and it’s easy to see why.
Request time again. On the heels of Mother’s Day, we bring you a movie about what happens when you have a terrible, terrible father. In a way, it just serves to emphasize the importance of good, strong mothers. George C. Scott plays a composer stumbling his way, puzzled, through a haunted house. SUPPOSEDLY based on a true story, but don’t you believe it (says Todd). Thank you, Vincent, for your request!