Night of the Lepus (1972) – Film

“Night of the Lepus”

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31 Days of Horror Challenge: Movie #10
 
An Arizona rancher, Cole (Rory Calhoun), is struggling with an overpopulation of rabbits. He had some help dealing with coyote’s previously which “worked too well,” but now he is looking for a more environmentally sound solution which balances the natural order. Luckily, Professor Elgin Clark (DeForest Kelly), knows just who to ask for help. Gerry (Janet Leigh) and Roy (Stuart Whitman) Bennett are nearby working on learning more about insects, and agree to try to help out by using an experimental serum to disrupt the rabbit’s reproduction.

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Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983) – Film

“Something Wicked This Way Comes”

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31 Days of Horror Challenge: Movie #9

A sinister carnival and the Autumn People, come to Green Town, Il., led by Mr. Dark.   A pair of 12 year old boys stumble across the terrible secret of the carnival. Granting the heart’s desire, but not quite, and feeding on sorrow and tears. Quite the tale of “be careful what you wish for.” Continue reading “Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983) – Film”

Fist of Jesus (2012) – Short Film

“Fist of Jesus”

A short film featured at the 2014 Oshkosh Horror Film Festival.

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As Jesus works his miracles and spreads his teachings, he finds that sometimes miracles don’t work out the way he first expected.     Continue reading “Fist of Jesus (2012) – Short Film”

Avengers Grimm (2015) – Film Sips

“Avengers Grimm”

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Oh what wonderful silliness! It is exactly what I expected from The Asylum, and starring Caspar Van Dien. Queen Snow White and princesses, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and Rapunzel, along with Red Riding Hood, are the Avengers, who must fight Rumpelstiltskin and the Big Bad Wolf, after they’ve been transported to the modern world, in this “suspend your disbelief and just go with it” flick. It’s not overly memorable, but has some decent make up, gore effects, and in general isn’t too bad for an Asylum movie.  If you decide to check this out, Lou Ferrigno, as Iron John, is the best part.

The Unwanted (2014) – Film

“The Unwanted”

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A young drifter, Carmilla, is seeking information about the mother she never met.  When she arrives in a rural town, she meets Laura, an awkward waitress, and they develop a relationship, of which Laura’s father disapproves. Continue reading “The Unwanted (2014) – Film”

Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut (1990)- Film

“Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut”

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A young man, who dreams of monsters, is confronted with the fact that his dreams are real and the psychiatrist who has been claiming to help him has, instead, exploited him. Now, he must fulfill a prophecy in which he is both destruction and salvation of the Nightbreed.   Continue reading “Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut (1990)- Film”

I, Frankenstein (2014) – Film

“I, Frankenstein”

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A continuation of the Frankenstein story, immediately following, then jumping ahead 200 years after the events of Mary Shelley’s classic novel.  It is a tale of good versus evil.  Our anti-hero, Adam, Frankenstein’s Monster, unwillingly caught in the middle of a centuries long war between Gargoyles and Demons. Continue reading “I, Frankenstein (2014) – Film”

The NeverEnding Story (1984) – Film

“The NeverEnding Story”

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Bastian is a troubled boy who has lost his mother, is struggling to connect with his father, and is being bullied at school.  One morning, while running away from some bullies, he hides in a book store and discovers a book called “The NeverEnding Story”, which the proprietor insists isn’t safe.  Bastian takes the book anyway and goes to school, where he hides in the attic to avoid a math test.  There, he reads the book and is drawn into the land of Fantasia where he discovers that sometimes an ordinary boy is the hero that is needed. Continue reading “The NeverEnding Story (1984) – Film”