Richard Ciupka’s “Curtains” is a bit of an oddity in the world of 80s slasher films, embodying the intrigue and menacing close-ups of the giallo and the masked killer gimmick of films like “Halloween” before it.
This brutal martyrdom in 3rd century Sicily holds perhaps some correlation to Darren Lynn Bousman’s 2018/19 horror-thriller “St. Agatha”, which instead finds a pregnant woman taken in by creepy nuns and, coincidentally, tortured.
A stylish and mind-bending experience, Midsommar delivers shocks and visuals unlike any movie of recent memory.
It’s officially fall, and that means we horror freaks can finally embrace our weirdness along with the rest of the world. With October mere days away, we have each created our own lists of horror films to watch for every day of the month.
All Hallow’s Eve released in 2013 straight-to-DVD, but it’s appeal feels almost timeless; I can tell that it was produced recently due to the crisp visuals and costuming, but the content threw me for a loop.
We talk about horror. Why? Because it’s what we love to do in life. This podcast began as a passion project, and to this day it remains just that.