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31 October 2011

Bride of Frankenstein (1935) [Horror Marathon] 34#

Directed by: James Whale
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Runtime: 75 Minutes
Few sequels reach the phenomenal success of this one, especially a horror one. The sequel to James Whale’s marvellous horror classic “Frankenstein” is a film that boasts emotion and sits next to the original practically towering over it. It has the perfect blend of humour, sadness, mystery and horror making it a film that dives in to the sophistication of Frankenstein’s creation in a glorious manner. This is truly one of the greatest sequels of all time, and assumingly the greatest horror sequel. 

Frankenstein (1931) [Horror Marathon] 33#

Directed by: James Whale
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Runtime: 71 Minutes
In 1931, history was made when this monster movie classic hit the screen. People were shocked, enthralled and very much surprised by the story. “Frankenstein” is one of the most influential horror films of all time filled with expressionistic sets and may not be horrific tremendously by today’s viewer, but it is still a fascinating experience. The acting was first class and James Whale’s resonating direction made this film an instant classic, and it shall remain that for quite some time.

Actor Overviews: Vincent Price

Born:  1911, May 27 
Death: 1993, October 25
Years Active: 1935-1993
The master of horror acting, and a legendary actor who is almost forgotten today, Vincent Price is a true expert in sending chills down your spine. Vincent Price’s films are unique, and wonderful because of his acting talent and pulls off most of his roles with great flare. With films like “House of Wax” and “Theatre of Blood” in his filmography, it is arguable he is a brilliant actor.

30 October 2011

The Invisible Man (1933) [Horror Marathon] 32#


Directed by: James Whale
Genre: Horror, Comedy, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Runtime: 71 Minutes

From the spectacular, H.G Wells is a fascinating Science-Fiction tale of a man’s achievement of turning invisible. The story is timeless and nothing short of a classic and the film should remain timeless forever I hope. “Frankenstein (1931)” director James Whale on the chair the film has great direction and flow alongside an eccentric and wonderful cast, including the debut of Claude Rains (who might I add has a great voice). It may not be full-blown horror but it is a classic piece of Sci-Fi horror filled with seemingly impossible effects for its time. 

House of Wax (1953) [Horror Marathon] 31#

Directed by: Andre De Toth
Genre: Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Runtime:88 Minutes
How can you not like this horror classic? At times it featured gimmicky 3D stuff (that can be seen in many 3D films now) and features a horrifically entertaining performance from Vincent Price. This horror classic has everything from suspense to a “Phantom of the opera” style-unmasking scene, which gives it a well deserving cult status. 

29 October 2011

Halloween (1978) [Horror Marathon] 30#

Directed by: John Carpenter
Genre: Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Runtime: 93 Minutes
Now that I have fully watched the film I can safely say, this is an extremely influential horror film will certainly scare you in some way. It is one of the scariest films around and certainly one of the best of its time. John Carpenter who would later direct “The Thing” handled the film with care and successfully made it hauntingly thrilling with its suspenseful plot and well-known theme.  You’re put on constant edge and the film truly sets a standard for modern horror films by far.

House on Haunted Hill (1959) [Horror Marathon] 29#

Directed by: William Castle
Genre: Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Runtime: 75 Minutes
Nowhere near scary by today’s horror standards, but this campy little late classic is still wonderful to watch. It has a niece simple, but robust set-up and although not scary, quite chilling in some place. Looking at it now, over 50 years later, it is more like a history learning experience. It is interesting to imagine shrieking women in the cinema a film’s like this. “House on Haunted Hill” is still a fairly great horror classic that will be remembered for having a ghoulish and haunting theme.

28 October 2011

Wes Craven’s: A New Nightmare [Horror Marathon] 28#


Directed by: Wes Craven
Genre: Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Runtime: 107 Minutes
So you thought the series ended? Well, not quite, but have no fear, this film is good; likely due to the fact Wes Craven is back in the director’s chair. In 1984, Craven created the phenomenal and iconic Fred Kruger in “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and now he returns to it 10 years later. With it being reality based, the film still has a dark and eerie presence of Freddy and still manages to give you the creeps.

Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991) [Horror Marathon] 27#


Directed by: Rachel Talalay
Genre: Horror
Runtime: 96 Minutes
By far, this is the worst in the series and a total embarrassment to the franchise.

27 October 2011

The Fly (1986) [Horror Marathon] 26#

Director: David Cronenberg
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Drama
Runtime: 96 Minutes
Let’s start with the idea that this is a remake (well a very loose remake). As far as remakes come, this one definitely surpasses the original 50’s classic. “The Fly” is horrifically traumatic and has far more depth. With an eccentric performance from Jeff Goldblum, the film is terrific right up to the outstanding finale. With many Cronenbergian effects coming from director David Cronenberg, you can expect some amazement and appreciation of the make-up work. In no way, a disappointment and an excellent Sci-Fi film with brutal irony.

26 October 2011

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4-5 Reviews [Horror Marathon] 24-25#


A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: Dream Master

In this decade of sequels, of course there are the bad ones. This is the worst in the series up to this point and falls flat because of how incomprehensible and repetitive it is. Despite having some fun moments, the film is just a pain in the franchise up to this point. It does not bring anything new and it is annoyingly confusing in narrative. The acting was fine, though nothing even special and all the confusion in the plot will simply bore you. The film can be seen as a bit of horror fun, but it isn’t even that for big film fans. It is worth skipping, but if you want to see everything that happens in the series, I think you could bear to watch it.

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors [Horror Marathon] 23#

Directed by: Wes Craven
Genre: Horror
Runtime: 96 Minutes
It is certainly better than the previous film and perhaps it is because Wes Craven returned to direct this. With more terrific chilling music and Elm Street suspense, the third in the series is a reasonably satisfying horror flick. Craven took great creative control of this, with new forms of Kruger and some reasonably great effects. With the return of Craven and even Heather Langenkamp it is likely you will enjoy this sequel.

25 October 2011

The Last House on the Left (1972) [ Horror Marathon] 22#


Directed by: Wes Craven
Genre: Horror
Runtime: 83 Minutes

In the early works of Wes Craven, you can see he was quite relentless with content. This is his directorial debut, and what better way to do it than have nudity? We are confronted with female nudity just two ½ minutes in to the film and throughout the film. “The Last House on the Left” is gritty, clever and very intelligent despite its cheaply made atmosphere. This early Craven b-movie film has great irony, moments of solid violence and many actors who you have probably never heard of.

24 October 2011

Theatre of Blood (1973) [Horror marathon] 21#

Directed by:  Douglas Hickox , Jim Clark
Genre: Horror, Comedy
Runtime: 104 Minutes
Deliciously campy and horrifically creative: Starring horror master Vincent Price “Theatre of Blood” is a rendition of many deaths from Shakespearian plays and turns them in to a comedic macabre film. Many films from the 70’s are known for their brash imagery and daring new concepts and it was the conversion from classic to modern. A post-modern period if you would say so. Lots of stuff here is quite gritty and it definitely supports it as a great film. With divine acting and creative deaths, the film is good horrifying fun. 

23 October 2011

A Nightmare on Elm street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985) [horror Marathon] 20#

Directed by:  Jack Sholder
Genre: Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Runtime: 90 Minutes
It is scary, it is spooky and a squabbling sequel. The second of a decade of sequels in the franchise is a reasonably good horror film that gives us more of that Fred Kruger who scares you out of your wits. Definitely, inferior to the original but still an interesting film to watch that still manages to haunt you a little. From being incomprehensible at times and quite campy, it is average horror that even some fans will not enjoy.

22 October 2011

Paranormal Activity 3 [Horror Marathon] 19#

Directed by: Henry Joost , Ariel Schulman
Genre: Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Runtime: 84 Minutes
Hard as it is to believe this is the best of the series, now a horror trilogy! This is definitely an improvement from the previous film throwing in more suspense, more thrills and many more scares.  Although using the same formula of the series, I guarantee that your audience will be lively if there are many in it and will enhance the experience of the film. Perhaps here, third time is the charm as we dive in to a low-budget mokumentary prequel that has a lot of the film’s title going on.

The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) [HorrorMarathon] 18#

Directed by: Robert Fuest
Genre: Horror, Comedy, Art House
Runtime: 94 Minutes

What makes the film so wonderfully enjoyable is despite how horrifically gruesome its plot is and how it still has the ability to give you a few laughs. Even horror veteran Vincent Price is having fun in this role as the Phantom of the Opera-inspired Phibes. “The Abominable Dr Phibes” has a campy kind of presence to it and has dark humour as well as being a horrific tale of an ‘abominable’ doctor. As a non-serious comedy horror, you will not be disappointed with this one.

21 October 2011

The Fly (1958) [Horror Marathon] 17#

Directed by: Kurt Neuman
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
Runtime: 94 Minutes 
There were many Sci-Fi horror films in the 50’s, some mediocre and some quite significant. “The Fly” is a classic of it’s time that today can be quite haunting. Starring Patricia Owens, Vincent Price and David Hedison, “The Fly” is classic horror that has a frightening thought-provoking concept and although it may not scare the wits out of you, it has plenty of nostalgia value and a few classic scares. “The Fly” gives a big message of technology advancement and acts like the film’ philosophy that may make film buffs water at the mouth in fascination. 

20 October 2011

Army of Darkness (1992) [Horror Marathon] 16#


Directed by: Sam Raimi
Genre: Horror, Comedy
Runtime: 77 Minutes
I didn’t expect much from this but I must say it is wild, crazy and very stupid. Sam Raimi returns to his Evil Dead series after a few years and takes the character Ash in to a completely new setting. Raimi could have done whatever he wanted here in terms of were Ash ended up seeing he is teleported and the film is completely ridiculous in what happens. Following past gags and making a joke out of Bruce Campbell, this third instalment is a good enjoyable fun flick, but is overwhelmingly silly.

Scream 4 (2011) [Horror Marathon] 15#

Directed By: Wes Craven
Genre: Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Runtime: 110 Minutes

Amazingly bright and a heap of thrilling excitement, “Scream 4” improves its self after the 10 year gap since its predecessor and completely revitalises the franchise one last time (not guaranteed). The good thing about it is we may have parts of the old “Scream” formula, but in the most deja-vu splendid way. Wes Craven did a reasonable job in making another "Scream" film that at first, to me seemed a bad idea, but what a good thing it became. Some elements of the film are repetitive and redundant, but that does not stop this film being good.

19 October 2011

Seven (1995) [Horror Marathon] 14#

Directed By: David Fincher
Genre: Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Runtime: 127 Minutes

David Fincher’s “Seven” is clever, intelligent and one big thrill ride. Taking us in to the seven deadly sins, the story is structures like a Fincher movie- slick, different and unique. Aside the great direction we have an excellent cast including Brad Pitt and veteran Morgan Freeman. Thank Andrew Kevin Walker for the excellent script, and the collaboration of Walker and Fincher created an excellent result. “Seven” in my opinion, is among Fincher’s best films because of how sharp, smart and terrifically haunting it is. 

18 October 2011

5 Signs you have become a Cinephile [200TH POST]

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To celebrate 200 posts, I made this post! Recently I have been thinking abut how much Films have become part of my life and now I truly am a Cinephile. So I thought I would make a post on how to know you have officially become  cinema obsessed film fan.There are many signs to knowing your a complete Film Buff so here are five ways to tell.

17 October 2011

Scream 3 (2000) [Horror Marathon] 13#

Directed by: Wes Craven
Genre: Horror, Comedy
Runtime: 116 Minutes
This is the weakest in the series because of how it repeats the “Scream” formula, dives deeper in to back story and most of all becomes what it was spoofing, a bad horror film. However, it is not all bad. “Scream 3” is still moderately enjoyable despite having some big problems. There are a few shocks, and good humour to keep you going, but ultimately the film has failed and we cannot blame Wes Craven much. Blame the new writers; Laeta Kalogridis and Ehren Kruger (fancy that, his surname being after a character from one of Craven’s previous films).

16 October 2011

End of the Week Quickie Reviews 9# [Horror Marathon] 11-12#

The Pit and the Pendulum

Another Roger Corman  production based on an Edgar Allen Poe poem and one of the best adaptions. "The Pit and the Pendulum stars horror master Vincent Price in a suspenseful and mysterious house. Although quite similar to "The Fall of the House of Usher" the film has you on edge at times and has a chilling atmosphere. The film is filled with presence and horrific imaginings It may not be something you want to watch in terms of how dated it is, but it still has a few surprises and is a good piece of classic cinema.
My Rating: 7.5/10

15 October 2011

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) [Horror Marathon] 10#


Directed by: Wes Craven
Genre: Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Runtime: 91 Minutes

Classic, influential and spine tingling: this is one of the horror films that define 80s horror. Wes Craven the somewhat ‘master of horror’ is known for many of his films and this is among the most known. The chilling tale of Freddy Kruger starts here, were Kruger’s hand-knives came a symbol to the film. Although the film has few big thrills, it is chilling, tense, and mysterious.

14 October 2011

Thank you for 50K Views!!!

Wow I have come a long way since I started. Hundreds of comments, thousands of views, and lots of readers. Thanks everyone who has read and commented my material! It is something that gives my reviewing some form of purpose. Thanks again everyone! Stay tuned for more reviews, film related stuff and a few surprises. Oh and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Dead Alive (Braindead) (1992) [Horror Marathon] 9#


Directed by: Peter Jackson
Genre: Horror, Comedy
Runtime:  97 Minutes
I am, speechless with this one. I still find it hard to believe that Peter Jackson made this. Here we have a film from big shot director Peter Jackson that shares no resemblance with his later films. Like “the Evil Dead”, it is filled with outrageous gore, except more comical. If it were not comical, this movie would just fall flat and boring gorefest. Out of all the film’s I have seen, this may be the most gore filled, and I mean it.

13 October 2011

High Tension (Switchbalde Romance) (2003) [Horror Marathon] 8#

Directed by: Alexandree Aja
Written by: Alexandre Aja
Genre: Horror, Drama, Art House
Runtime: 85 Minutes
Despite being badly dubbed, and having an unbelievable end twist, this French slasher film can ne brutishly entertaining. It has the spirit of its title with all of the tension in the film, and lays itself out nicely. Although quite gritty and disturbing to watch it is a film were you want to see certain characters get free, until the film’s climax turns everything around in an overwhelming plot twist that will affect how good or bad you think the film is.

12 October 2011

The Evil Dead 2 (1987) [Horror Marthon] 7#

Directed by: Saim Raimi
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Runtime: 84 Minutes
As a horror sequel theirs more thrills, ore action, higher body count and in this films case, a hell of a lot more gore. “The Evil Dead 2” is a complete splatter fest filled with innovative and surprising effects that will certainly freak you out in some way. Next, to be being a complete gore fest of a film, as unreal as it is, it’s still going to give you some chills and shocks. Here we have a sequel that pairs up with the greatness of it's original, which my friend, is rare.

11 October 2011

Mentality- My Short Film Project- Trailer


 The Trailer to the short film I am making with my friends is now up! My friend Chris plays the psychotic and mentally ill killer (quite convincingly too) and the film basically explores consequence of foolishness. It is nothing deep and is just to experiment with editing and some techniques. A good way to start with film making. It should be about 7 to 10 minutes long and will be out in a few weeks. Hope you enjoy the trailer!

Scream 2 (1997) [Horror Marthon] 6#


Directed by: Wes Craven
Genre: Horror, Mystery & Suspense, Comedy
Runtime: 120 Minutes
Many horror sequels fail to live up to the previous film. Here we have a sequel that lives up to its predecessor in some way. It is thrilling, suspenseful and is resonate of the spirit of the previous film. We Craven and writer Kevin Williamson once again pair up and clash with grate flare. This sequel has more characters, more finger pointing and complexity that are even more exciting. This is one of the few great horror sequels.

09 October 2011

End of the Week Quickie Reviews 8# [Horror Marathon] 4-5#

The Raven (1963)
This is a farfetched film. Here we have some legendary actors of their time, especially in the horror and mystery & suspense genre, starring in a kooky comedy. It abides to a horror outlet, but loosely follows it and makes comedy mayhem. It is a dim film when you think of it at first, but it is a reasonable film, that also came from director Roger Corman. Here we see vincent Price in a rather odd role and accompanying him is Boris Karloff and even Peter Lorre. It has an interesting cast outline and is worth at least one viewing.

My Rating: 7/10 

08 October 2011

The Evil Dead (1981) [Horror Marathon] 3#

Dircted by: Sam Raimi
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Runtime: 85 Minutes 
As a B-Movie, I think this film is ultimately a success. It has plenty of shocking moments and at times, it is very predictable, but for some reason it adds to this film’s excitement. This is the directorial debut of Sam Raimi, who also wrote the film. There is some gore moments and plenty of creative and gross-out visual effects. Raimi knew what he was doing in this inspired horror flick and it will give you a few jumps while also being very gross.

07 October 2011

The Fall of the House of Usher (1960) [Horr

Directed by: Roger Corman
Genre: Horror
Runtime: 85 Minutes

The film has a slow pace, an eerie presence and definitely, gets quiet spooky. It may not have very much action or fast pace in the slightest, but its quirk feeling mixed with Vincent Price’s amazing presence makes this a reasonable horror classic. The film is short too and starts straight away in to the story.  This is another one of Price’s great roles of the 60’s, were his career was going great.

06 October 2011

Scream (1996) [Horror Marathon] 1#



Directed by: Wes Craven
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Mystery & Suspense 
Runtime: 108 Minutes 
Thriller expert we Craven may not be one of my favourites but I must say he has style. “Scream” is a slasher thriller that is both thrilling and comic in some places. The film overlooks previous Craven films and even the first scene mentions his earlier workings. The film is inventive and genius in a way which makes it an enjoyable experience with plenty of movie references and homages thrown in.

04 October 2011

World's Greatest Dad (2009)


Directed by: Bob Goldthwait
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Runtime: 99 Minutes
As a modern Robin Williams, starring film, I am impressed with his performance and the film itself is surprisingly entertaining. Although a little beyond reality in terms of its outcome it is partly thought provoking and emotionally rich. It has some comedy elements but mostly it is a drama. Bob Goldthwait, who has previously directed “Scrooged” and Disney’s 2Hercules” has shown some good talent and effort with this films narrative, which makes it an enjoyable film. This could be his best work so far.

02 October 2011

Blogger of the Month 3# Andy Steel

This month I have decided to pick someone who has been writign longe than me, has good content with good external links and goes by the name of Andy Steel. His blog is called "Thoughts f a Steel Monster" and has been running for over three years! With reviews every week, he is a well deserved critic and needs more attention!

End of the Week Quickie Reviews 7#

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (2011) 
Based on the novel of the same name, this is a mystery crime thriller that may have you on edge, or have yr eyes get heavy. In all honesty 30 minutes in my eyes were closing in the cinema and so were my friends. Most of the time I did not know what was going on because of that, and I'm sure I missed out on something terrific. However, towards the end I knew what was happening. this film is not terrible, nor is it a amsterpiece. The acting was brilliant from Gary Oldman, Tom Hardy, Colin Firth and the others, and the cinematography was excellent. The film just didn't have enough action or pace and it's lack of music just added to it being a little dull. I'm sure many will disagree but for me this is a good film, and I will give it some credibility. I recommend going to see this for some good holding suspense and crime mystery.
My Rating: 6.5/10

01 October 2011

Up (2009)

Directed by: Pete Doctor and Bob Peterson
Genre: Animated, Family, Comedy
Runtime: 89 Minutes

After my second viewing, it is safe to say that this is another up to par Pixar film. The animation is beautifully crisp; the story is touchingly sentimental at parts and characters that connect to you. “Monsters Inc.” director Pete Doctor co-directed and co-wrote this great film and it’s simply to say that Pixar have a great team with them. Kids and adults can enjoy “Up”, and I think for the older kids and adults will find it relatively even more enjoyable.
 

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