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Christine (1983) – A Perspective Review



  The color – Red. The Make – Plymouth. The value – Awesome. In 1983 there were a lot of big things goin’ on. Hair. Neon colored clothes. The expectations of your woodshop instructor. The other big thing that was going on, during the summer of 1983 – was a little movie, about a really … Continue reading Christine (1983) – A Perspective Review


Cycle Of The Werewolf (The Novella) Versus Silver Bullet (The Film)



Stephen King has a body of work that is ripe for adaptation. Over the decades many of his short stories and novels have been adapted into everything from feature films, television miniseries and even comic books. Depending on their faithfulness to the source material, those adaptations run the gauntlet of being surprisingly good to painfully … Continue reading Cycle Of The Werewolf (The Novella) Versus Silver Bullet (The Film)


The Shining (The Book) VERSUS The Shining (The 1980 Movie)



What could be more disturbing than reading through Stephen King’s “The Shining?” Well, how about a viewing of Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining?” Well – we’ve got that beat. How about an Axe Murderer, and a Sorcerer, COMPARING “The Shining” (The Book) & “The Shining” (The Movie)? That’s what we’ve got and it’s not just a … Continue reading The Shining (The Book) VERSUS The Shining (The 1980 Movie)


Cut The Crap Movie Review – IT (2017)



  Stephen King has long been labeled the modern day Master of the Macabre, even though not all of his novels and short stories are considered horror. But because the majority of his body of work does exist in the realm of nightmare fueled, scream-inducing terror, they are ripe for adaptation. Over the decades, King’s … Continue reading Cut The Crap Movie Review – IT (2017)


Lethal Listings – 7 Questions With The Brothers Grimm



Family. Long gone are the days of the “normal” family unit. A Father, a Mother, two children and a pet. It’s common today for a family to have two fathers, or two mothers, step children, foster children. Maybe your grandmother is raising you. Or perhaps there is no blood connection at all. The word Family … Continue reading Lethal Listings – 7 Questions With The Brothers Grimm


A Crash Course in Horror Part 1



When it comes to tracing the roots of the horror genre, one need not look any further than their local library. The foundation of everything we know and love about horror can be found in the pages of some of the greatest literary works. It’s also no surprise that most of the classic horror films … Continue reading A Crash Course in Horror Part 1