Horror Half-Week, Day 4: Favorite things about… Halloween (1978)

The day of spooks and scares has finally arrived! Today, we’re celebrating with what is certainly one of my top five all-time favorite horror films. In case you missed ’em, the rest of 2018’s Horror Half-Week reviews: Invasion of the Saucer-Men (1957), The Brain Eaters (1958), and The Living Skeleton (1968) The favorite film: Halloween, … More Horror Half-Week, Day 4: Favorite things about… Halloween (1978)

Horror Half-Week, Day 3: The Living Skeleton (1968)

On this third day of our spooky celebration, we’ll be taking a look at a classic, ghostly Japanese chiller. Previous Horror Half-Week 2018 posts: Invasion of the Saucer-Men (1957) and The Brain Eaters (1958) “Her wounded heart beats within my chest, torn and bleeding. It’s driving me to wreak vengeance on those beasts.” When pirates … More Horror Half-Week, Day 3: The Living Skeleton (1968)

Book vs. Film: Carrie

*This post contains spoilers for the book and film versions of Carrie. In 1974, Stephen King and his publisher, Doubleday, released what has now become one of his most well-known works: Carrie. King’s first published novel, Carrie is an all-American horror story of teenage taunt and telekinesis. The story follows Carrietta White – Carrie, for … More Book vs. Film: Carrie