“Jason X is my favorite episode of Andromeda.” – Carol Borden “Honey, this is bad. This is Space Mutiny bad.” – my husband “Guys, he just wanted his machete back!” – actual dialogue from Jason X After enough sequels that you might lose count of which Friday the […]
Friend of the Gutter Mike White is joined by Bill Ackerman and Samm Deighan to discuss The Fly on The Projection Booth. “Released in 1986, David Cronenberg’s film stars Jeff Goldblum as scientist Seth Brundle, a man who meets a journalist, Veronica Quaife (Geena Davis). The film tells […]
Cultural Gutter Screen Editor Emeritus, screenwriter and Mayfair Theatre Mogul, Ian Driscoll shares his top 5 Canadian films with Canuxploitation.
Slate has a nicely ecletic and thoughtful list of the best horror films of the ’00s, including many Midnight Madness favorites and films by Rob Zombie, David Lynch, Takashi Miike, Sam Raimi, Tomas Alfredson, David Cronenberg, William Friedkin, Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury.
Stephen Thrower writes a retrospective soundtracks and composers for horror movies spanning from Psycho to the present, and ends with a call for more innovation and “a neat draft of madness.” (via @AwesomeBMovies_)
Horror movies are celebrating their hundredth year in 2010, with the anniversary of the 1910 Edison Lab’s production of Frankenstein. Bloody Disgusting catalogs “some of the biggest…genre snubs in Oscar history, in Part Four of B-D’s ‘100 Years in Horror’ series.”
Ext. THE CITY – When you Least expect it You’re walking. The sidewalk is new, still burning moisture out of the concrete in a slow chemical reaction. You’re aimless. Nothing to do.