“You always were the clumsy one, old hoss.” Believe it or not, but this month marks the 30th anniversary of George A. Romero‘s The Dark Half. Starring Timothy Hutton in a dual role and Michael Rooker as Sheriff Alan Pangborn, the 1993 supernatural thriller brought Romero back to King’s Dominion with the late filmmaker both […]
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Decades have done nothing to diminish the impact of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, the grim serial killer thriller that launched the careers of star Michael Rooker and director John McNaughton. Now the pair are looking to do it again with the vigilante film Road Rage. Per Deadline, Road Rage is intended to be the first in a series. The film “will […]
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The thirty-five years that have passed since its premiere at the Chicago International Film Festival in October of 1986 have done nothing to diminish the impact of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. It is a film about reality—truths that are in some ways distant, but in others deeply relatable. It is about chaos and […]
This week’s Creepshow offering, which is also the last of the season, features one segment about a prevailing problem that affects millions of Americans today. The other turns the color all the way down and tells a novel story coinciding with events from a classic horror movie. The finale opens with Greg Nicotero’s “Drug Traffic”. […]