Forry Ackerman poses with MARIA – The first major ROBOT in film history. MARIA was featured in Fritz Lang’s 1927 classic METROPOLIS. If you have never seen this movie, you will be amazed at the futuristic look of the film. Almost impossible to believe this was from 1927! A must see for science fiction fans.Metropolis 1927 — blackwings666
Lee Allen Howard interviews #horror writer Mark Allen about the craft. Follow @horrorwriter61. #interview #HorrorWriters #PromoteHorrorInterview: Mark Allen, Horror Writer — Lee Allen Howard
Tasya Vos (Andrea Riseborough) is a professional assassin. That really shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise. For whatever reason, films about assassins have become very popular over the past few years and those assassins are often women. However, what sets Tasya apart from other assassins is the technique that she uses. Under the […]The Films of 2020: Possessor (dir by Brandon Cronenberg) — Through the Shattered Lens
Lucky – Smart Spin on Slasher Genre Director: Natasha Kermani Writer: Brea Grant (Screenplay) Starring: Brea Grant, Hunter C Smith, Kristina Klebe, Kauser Mohammed, Dhruv Uday Singh, Yasmine Al-Bustami, Keith M Burke Plot: A suburban woman fights to be believed as she finds herself stalked by a threatening figure who returns to her house night […]Lucky (2020) Movie Review — Movie Reviews 101
“Bless me but I am the lucky one! I have just seen the Hedley Kow and all by myself. Not many people in the whole wide world can say that. Why, I feel special and grand and I think I need a cup of tea to think things over and celebrate!”Northumberland Folklore: Close Encounters With The Hedley Kow — Under the influence!
The Horror Writers Association (HWA) is pleased to announce the Final Ballot for the 2020 Bram Stoker Awards®. The HWA is the premier writers organization in the horror and dark fiction genre, with more than 1,700 members. We have presented the Bram Stoker Awards in various categories since 1987. Works on this ballot may be…2020 Bram Stoker Awards® Final Ballot Announced — Horror Writers Association Blog
Saint Maud is one of those films that will confound you and disturb you while you’re watching, and then haunt you before you even have time to get cocky enough to congratulate yourself for surviving. It is not the kind of horror film that’s going to frighten you. There are no cheap jump scares, no […]Saint Maud — ASSHOLES WATCHING MOVIES