Horror-thon Review: THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD (1985) — This Is Your Brain On Film

I have to admit when I first heard about this title years ago I assumed it was a cheap sequel to George A Romero’s classic The Night of the Living Dead (1968). While it does owe a debt to that seminal zombie film, Dan O’Bannon’s update carves out its own place in the zombie canon… Continue reading Horror-thon Review: THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD (1985) — This Is Your Brain On Film

Horror-thon Review: CREEPSHOW (1982) — This Is Your Brain On Film

George A. Romero’s anthology of eccentric and macabre stories, written by the horror maestro, Stephen King, is a roller-coaster of quality, peaking with a revenge plot involving Leslie Nielson and Ted Danson and plummeting during a hillbilly sci-fi episode starring Mr. King himself. The production value on the film is surprisingly shlock-y and is certainly […]… Continue reading Horror-thon Review: CREEPSHOW (1982) — This Is Your Brain On Film

Horror-Thon Review: THE LOST BOYS (1987) — This Is Your Brain On Film

It’s surprising that I had never seen THE LOST BOYS until recently. I’m a child of the 80’s and this is most definitely an 80’s movie, with the prevalent punk culture motif represented in the titular Peter Pan vampire gang, along with the first screen pairing of the 80’s staple known as The Corey’s. The […]… Continue reading Horror-Thon Review: THE LOST BOYS (1987) — This Is Your Brain On Film

[Editorial] Happy Mother’s Day: 10 Moms In Horror Movies — INDIE HORROR REVIEW

Edith Brennan – Mama (2013) On the day that their parents die, sisters Lilly and Victoria vanish in the woods, prompting a frantic search by their Uncle Lucas (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and his girlfriend, Annabel (Jessica Chastain). Five years later, the girls are found alive and well in a decaying cabin. Lucas and Annabel welcome them […]… Continue reading [Editorial] Happy Mother’s Day: 10 Moms In Horror Movies — INDIE HORROR REVIEW

[Editorial] Heeere’s Johnny!: 10 Things You May Not Know About The Shining — INDIE HORROR REVIEW

Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining turns 40. The film is widely considered one of the best Stephen King adaptations to ever grace the big screen. Horror fans from all across the world love this film, and for good reason, too. It delivers the foreboding, atmosphere, and frights that we loved in Stephen King’s novel. Stanley Kubrick […]… Continue reading [Editorial] Heeere’s Johnny!: 10 Things You May Not Know About The Shining — INDIE HORROR REVIEW