Cannibalism seems like the sort of thing you’d work your way up to in a game of Truth or Dare, but nope! Alex is munching on bits of her boyfriend in round one.
Aargh! It’s right on the tip of my tongue. What movie is it that Demon Wind reminds me of? Maybe you could help jog my memory.
Talk about breastfeeding! I just saw the doofy looking guy from Starcrash get gnawed to death by a lady-demon’s boobs.
Whatever you’re doing right now, stop! There’s a James Franco movie on Netflix about a haunted bank vault!
Imagine looking on helplessly as one of your brothers is strung up before you. He’s beaten so savagely that his innards spill out onto the ground below and are then devoured. Of course, you’d be afraid. Of course, you’d kill....
“I’m gonna drink your blood like cranberry sauce, meanie!”
Having written about so many horror flicks for this column, it’s little wonder that I’d eventually feel compelled to give another genre a shot. In doing so, I inadvertently wound up picking a movie featuring more dismemberment, mo...
I know, I know… another Japanese dark comedy chop-socky Claymation romantic zombie volcano musical epic. But this time, it’s a movie the whole family can enjoy!
“I’m gonna tell you a story about a ghost, a werewolf, and – if we’re being honest – a pretty [email protected]*#ty pizza place.”
Preying on those who believe their homes to be haunted – it’s a racket that did well enough back in the U.S., and it looks like it’s going to make this brother/sister duo a fortune now that they’re in Glasgow.
Moral of the story: the gig economy saves lives. At least, if Dawn and Tara had called an Uber rather than drunkenly bickering over car keys, they wouldn’t have wound up in the crosshairs of a psychopathic, murderous clown.
The end begins with a thoughtful gift.