Roger Cobb is a famous horror novelist who just moved into the house of his recently deceased aunt. Roger has a bit of a mixed history with this particular dwelling. It’s filled with fond memories, being the home his aunt raised him in after his parents died. But it’s also the home where his son … Continue reading House (1986)
Back in Medieval Germany (at least, I think it’s Germany) a large group of knights rides into a town where they believe a cult of witches/demon worshipers lives. Naturally, they slaughter every living thing they can find, because Medieval logic states that, yeah, those chickens were probably fine, but why take any chances? But even … Continue reading The Church
AKA Night of the Demon Yet another wonderful story gifted to me by the good folks at TCM. This little gem tells the story of Dr. John Holden, an expert on hypnotism and superstition. Holden flies to England to attend a symposium on the supernatural and plans to participate in an investigation of a mysterious … Continue reading Curse of the Demon (1957)
Girl could use some moisturizer. A throng of teenagers with cliché personalities (plus one party crasher) are invited by the local goth kid in their history class, to a Halloween party at Hull House, a local abandoned funeral home that’s the location of a bunch of grizzly murders. Not only that, but it’s also supposedly … Continue reading Night of the Demons (1988)
AKA, Horror Hotel In 1700s Massachusetts, a woman named Elizabeth Selwyn has been accused of being a witch and is about to be burned at the stake. As the flames lick her heals, thunder booms overhead and Elizabeth swears fealty to the Devil, cursing the town of Whitewood while the crowd cheers her demise. Little … Continue reading City of the Dead
Dr. Sam Cordell has just moved to the small town of Galen with his daughter, Jenny. But the doc seems to have chosen a bad time to move, as the community of Galen is suddenly plagued by a series of inhumanely brutal rape-homicides. Sam teams up with the local sheriff to try to stop the slaughter, a plight which may or may not be connected to his daughter Jenny’s new crush, a young man who seems to have chosen this seemingly inopportune time to completely lose his marbles.
So, a couple quick questions: Do you like the original Clash of the Titans, in all of it's claymation glory? Do you like Evil Dead, with it's story of youngsters, monsters and demon books? Have you ever wondered what abomination would be produced if the two of them had an unofficial love child? Well my … Continue reading Equinox