12 Movies of XMas 2016

12 of the greatest Holiday Movies of All Time

12 Movies of Xmas: Day 3

Now I know I had that list of rules around here somewhere….

12 Movies of Xmas: Day 2

Holiday movies are usually so wholesome and sanitized, it’s nice to throw a little filth and debauchery in now and...

12 Movies of Xmas: Day 1

Probably my all time favorite version of A Christmas Carol and a great way to start a “12 Movies of Xmas” list.

Poptoberfest 2016

31 Great Horror Movies for October

Halloween (1978)

Halloween, 1978; directed by John Carpenter; starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasance, PJ Soles How could we not cover John...

The Exorcist (1973)

The power of movies compels you... to watch this one

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

One, Two... Am I the only one still obsessed with Frederick Charles Krueger and his murderous escapades on that bucolic street in Springwood, Ohio?

Let The Right One In (2008)

If you guys don't stop bullying me, I'ma tell my girlfriend and then you'll really be sorry.

Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Nevermind his father's eyes, beware the chalky undertaste.

An American Werewolf In London (1981)

I'm a werewolf, he's a werewolf, she's a werewolf, they're all werewolves, wouldn't you like to be a werewolf too?

The Changeling (1980)

War is hell. So are haunted houses.

Phantasm (1979)

Gotta catch em all!

What We Do In The Shadows (2014)

Vladislav: Leave me to do my dark bidding on the internet! Viago: What are you bidding on? Vladislav: I am bidding on a table.

Carrie (1976)

After all, what's a prom without a little pig's blood?

The Shining (1980)

King vs Kubrick. Who did it better?

Hellraiser (1987)

We have such sights to show you

Black Sunday (1960)

Mom! Tell big brother to not smash the spiked iron mask onto my face and burn me at the stake as a witch! mom? MOM!!!

Videodrome (1983)

The home video argument in the 80s went VHS, Beta, or James Woods.

Under The Skin (2013)

Scarlett Johannson drives around in a van and terrorizes the men of Scotland. Oh. The Horror.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)

Because Love means never having to say you're one of the undead.

Aliens (1986)

I see your Sci-Fi/Horror Movie, and raise you an Action/War Movie!

Alien (1979)

Hey, you got your Horror in My Sci-Fi! No, you got your Sci-Fi in my Horror! Two great tastes that taste great together!

Creepshow (1982)

Creepshow is brash, obnoxious, cheesy, subtle as a two by four to the jaw and just trashy enough.

Kwaidan (1964)

No huge explosions or crazy CGI here. Just beautiful bleakness to help us reset for the rest of the week.

The Evil Dead (1981)

We're going to get you. We're going to get you. Not another peep. Time to go to sleep.

The Masque of the Red Death (1964)

Vincent Price, Roger Corman and Edgar Allen Poe get the band back together again.

Suspiria (1977)

If only all nightmares looked and sounded this good.

The Horror of Dracula (1958)

Something you can really sink your teeth into...

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

Everything before this one should be called a "Scary Movie" because this is the one that taught us what "Horror" actually looks like on film.

The Witch (2015)

The movie that asks the eternal question: Wouldst thou like to live deliciously?

Young Frankenstein (1974)

(pro noun ced Frahnk-en-Shteen!)

Frankenstein/Bride of Frankenstein (1931/1935)

The say "Behind every great man there's a wordless, animated, corpse, hissing and spitting at him." Meet the couple who took the phrase "They were made for each other" literally.

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