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Dawn of the Ted. Zombie. Teddybears. The greatest short film you will see today, and possibly all week.
Sit down, shut up, and watch this. If the title to this article didn’t get you interested, you have no soul. P.S. I love you guys & gals. Give mad props to the author of this on youtube if you … Continue reading
Daybreakers is the latest movie to hit theaters that is looking to stake a claim in the vampire media frenzy that has taken over both the big and small screens. From Twilight (I need an acid bath every time I … Continue reading
Midnightshowing.com Presents Alex’s Top 10 (+1) movies of 2009 (In no particular order except for the top 2!)
Midnightshowing.com Presents Alex’s Top 10 (+1) movies of 2009 (In no particular order except for the top 2!) from Alex S on Vimeo.
In keeping with the seasonal theme, here is Tales From the Crypt and the quite festive episode they produced in 1989, I believe. Keep a close eye on the credits, as Fred Dekker (Night of the Creeps, Monster Squad) wrote … Continue reading
“The Halloween Tree is a 1993 feature-length animated film based on Ray Bradbury’s 1972 fantasy novel The Halloween Tree. It tells the story of a group of trick-or-treating children who learn about the origins and influences of Halloween when one … Continue reading
Satan’s little helper is a relatively new (2004 ) film that takes place on Halloween and looks to combine its own brand of irreverence and humor while working within the vague confines of a slasher picture. The only problem is … Continue reading
Who knew the Mexicans pumped out some horror films in the late 80’s and early 90’s? Well, I guess it should have been obvious that they did, but up until now I can’t remember seeing many that were worth remembering … Continue reading
Tim Burton has had a rough decade. He is under fire from both critics and fans alike for failing to hit a major cinematic home run since he gave birth to Big Fish which despite having Burton attached, still won … Continue reading
Jake West is quickly becoming one of my favorite British” horrody” directors (that’s a word I made up for horror comedies, do you think it will stick?). My love affair began when I saw Evil Aliens (review forthcoming) and has … Continue reading