With the scheduled release of the Saw reboot this weekend, we thought it might be fun to dive back into the gory and frightening world of the 2000’s (2000-2009).
Think it’s safe to head back into the water? Summer vacation is at hand (for some people) and that often means a trip to the beach. What better time than now to revisit the classic Stephen Spielberg film and its sequels.
Get yourself a bigger boat and head on out!
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…
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. More…
Continuing with Volume 4 of Biomega. More…
We’re continuing with the third volume of Tsutomu Nihei’s Body-horror action manga. More…
This time I’m reviewing an anime series that I thought was going to be horror, but became ended up being rather different, while retaining its horror elements.
This week I’m continuing with Tsutomu Nihei’s body-horror action manga Biomega. More…
This week I’ve got a semi-horror shojo manga. More…
One of the most influential people in horror is now gone. Director and writer Wes Craven died on August 30, 2015 from brain cancer.
The genesis of many a sleepless night, Craven was the man behind the original Nightmare on Elm Street and the Scream series.
Rest in Peace, Wes.
No really, I mean that.