HMM Day 8 – Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man

For day eight of Horror Movie Marathon I want to take us back to the Golden Age of horror when the Universal monsters would reign supreme. In 1931 the film Dracula was released to the silver screen. The film starred Bela Lugosi which would be his first of only two times playing the part of…

HMM Day 8 – Dead Alive

I don’t need large scale explorations of a character. I want the hilarity and the absurd. These are the things that make Dead Alive so appealing. We laugh at the priest that “kicks ass for the Lord!” and we’re thrilled at Uncle Les trying to piss with a kidney stone! The slapstick moments of a guy pushing a stroller with a killer baby in it is awesome!

HMM Day 8 – The Void

Cult-like figures surround a small hospital while the victims inside experience pure evil of the most unknown and dark realms. A diabolical plot of magnificent magnitude is underway and the slaughter will be the sacrificial offering. Directed by Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie, The Void maintains the usage of basic visual effects that bring us back to the…