We’re starting our horror reviews for the month of October today, with an anthology film from Amicus, adapting a collection of short stories from various American horror comics, such as Tales of the Crypt, The Vault of Horror, and The Haunt of Fear.
I’m starting off our Halloween Countdown with the second film from the director of Beyond the Black Rainbow.
While I spend this weekend at Portland Retro Gaming Expo, here at Bureau42, we’re tuning in to the Frequency of Fear as our October Countdown of Halloween Horrors continues…
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Our October Countdown of Halloween Horrors old and new, famous and forgotten, continues with:
September 30: Lemora: A Child’s Tale of the Supernatural (JD)
October 6: Suspiria (Alex)
October 7: The Seventh Victim (JD)
October 13: Friday the 13th-a “Make Me Watch It” Podcast (Blaine)
October 14: Hereditary (JD)
October 20: Hausu (Alex)
October 21: Eye of the Devil (JD)
October 27: A Quiet Place (JD)
October 28: Alone in the Dark (JD)
October 31: Halloween 2018 (JD)
Return of the Living Dead (JD)
We continue with a film that introduced Dario Argento to fans of horror outside of fans of Giallo, and which is getting a remake due to be released this November. Continue reading →
So we’re counting down to -2. But it’s a great movie that deserves mention and a review.
A mind is a terrible thing to waste.
“The Bird of Hermes Is My Name – Eating My Wings To Make Me Tame”
For this week’s horror Anime review, we have a more… complete anime adaptation of Kouta Hirano’s macabre action horror manga. For purposes of this review, I watched the show dubbed, so I will be using the dub acting credits. Continue reading →
I’m continuing the Halloween manga reviews with a look at Volume 5 of Biomega. Continue reading →
It’s a new era for the Big G in Japan. There’s a new Emperor, and with that usually comes a changing of the continuity and a changing the tone of the series. This week the latest Godzilla film, Shin Godzilla, has gotten a limited release in the US. I saw today, and it’s time to give my thoughts. Continue reading →
October always brings a selection of new horror releases, some part of established franchises, and some not. This week’s film, an R-rated Gothic Horror film from director Guillermo Del Toro, falls into the latter category.
Our horror reviews continue, with a Japanese ghost film from the Criterion Collection – and a period film that slipped under the radar for quite some time – 1968’s Kuroneko.