“Melody” Might Be Uneven But The Performances Hold Things Together

Melody features an incongruous mix of coming of age, kitchen sink melodrama and farce...
Posted On 04 Jun 2017

Top 10 1970s Kung Fu Films

Want to discover new Kung Fu or get an introduction to classic martial arts films from the 1970s then read on...

“The Town That Dreaded Sundown” Is An Uneven, Laborious Bore

The Town That Dreaded Sundown has been called Charles B. Pierce's most accomplished achievement but that has little relevance in a career awash with films that would make Ed Wood proud...

Robert Mulligan’s “The Other” Is A Dated Relic Blissfully Unaware Of The American Horror Film Revolution

Director Robert Mulligan's career is best remembered for the classic To Kill A Mockingbird. However, in 1972 he tried his hand at horror blissfully unaware of the genre revolution about to occur in America...

Top 30 Horror Films 1967 – 1979 (Part 3)

Just in time for Halloween, we conclude our look at the best horror movies of the late 1960s and 1970s. In Part 3 we run down the top 10 scary movies released between 1967 and 1979. We have witches, and we have demonic children,...

Top 30 Horror Films 1967 – 1979 (Part 2)

We continue with our countdown of the greatest horror movies released between 1967 and 1979. In the list from No.20 to No.11, we see zombies attacking, a crazed killer hiding in the attic, witchcraft, and cannibals stalking a family lost in the Nevada desert....

The History and Influence of Hammer Films

Hammer is remembered today for its horror films, which is to be expected since the genre produced their most iconic films and characters, but is did start out making dramas and comedies, and also period-action films. Horror movies didn’t even register as half their output. As a...

He’ll make you laugh, then he’ll make you scream: The Films of John Landis

“An American Werewolf In London” is the film that I remember most distinctly as a child. It’s partly because I knew I wasn’t allowed to watch it, partly because it scared me so much. It’s only later in life that I fully appreciate the frightening influence it had on me – the...