The Lodge is a movie that is heavy in tone and aesthetic, that went to great lengths to disguise the danger and keep the audience guessing as to what or who may be behind the nefarious details of the story. … [Read more...] about The Lodge (2019) Review
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Clive Barker's Hellraiser is a transgressive journey into a world where the lines between ecstasy, pain, heaven, and hell are blurred. It stands as a unique counterpoint to the one-note slashers of the 1980s. … [Read more...] about Hellraiser Review
We watched tremors and I have to say that this may be the epitome of a made-for-TV-movie feeling movie. I’ve seen it 20 times and I’ll see it 20 more during my life, and that’s a good thing. … [Read more...] about Tremors Review
Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer is a fictionalized, and harrowing vérité portrayal of real life serial Henry Lee Lucas. This is a movie that will stick with you and make you feel dirty. We've been sitting on this review for a while, but are excited that it is finally seeing the light. We recorded it back in September of 2019 to be a backup episode when we needed to take a week off. Turn's out, we rarely take a week off. … [Read more...] about Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer Review
Scream is maybe the best slasher ever made. It's also the horror movie of the 90’s in every way that you can imagine. More than that, it’s a meta take on the genre of slashers. … [Read more...] about Scream Review
Portland Horror Film Festival, the Pacific Northwest’spremiere horror genre film festival, is going virtual! Horror Fans cansoak up over 60 short and feature films over the 6 night eventbeginning June 10th with the first shorts block and a preview of thefestival’s upcoming features. The terror continues June 17-21st withmore short and feature films from around the world. … [Read more...] about Portland Horror Film Festival™ Goes Virtual For 2020
Candyman 2020 was supposed to be coming out in theaters this week, but that obviously isn't happening. To tide over your sweet tooth for Candyman, we'll be reviewing the original this week. Also in this week's episode of Horror Movie Talk, we discuss our new logo, play a new game, and read comments from social media from listeners like you. … [Read more...] about Candyman (1992) Review
We watched Evil Dead 2 on Amazon and this movie has been a favorite of mine since I was a little kid. The combination of stop motion, practical effects, and Bruce Campbell’s amazing physical acting makes for one of the best comedy horrors ever made. … [Read more...] about Evil Dead 2 Review
This week we watched As Above, So Below on Netflix. This tight package of a found footage adventure horror holds up very well over the years. Maybe we're too easily impressed, but when a horror movie sets up a compelling premise, has interesting characters with motivations that makes sense, and a plot that maintains interest, it's hard to be displeased. On today's episode, we review As Above, So Below, play a new trivia game with Ben Warrington, and read the latest from Horror Movie Talk's social media accounts. … [Read more...] about As Above, So Below Review
We watched It Follows on Amazon Prime, and to me, it remains one of the very best movies released this century. I have seen this movie mentioned in many “Best of” lists and quite a few “Worst of” lists, so it’s controversial, but it will give you something to talk about either way. … [Read more...] about It Follows Review & Cat Solen Interview