Pea soup anyone? Not only one of the most profitable horror films of all time, William Friedkin’s The Exorcist remains timeless. This film takes the idea of the “home invasion” to the next level by having an innocent girl’s body invaded by a demon. This is a film that remains nightmare-inducing for many who are brave enough to watch it.
“You’ll never look at birds the same way again.” Not only is “The Birds” one of the most famous films in cinematic history, it sowed the birdseed for all the “when nature attacks” movies to follow including “Jaws” and “Jurassic Park.” With the question of why did the birds attack never being answered, it leaves the events of this movie lingering in our minds as a possible reality.
With the highly anticipated The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance releasing on August 30th, I want to revisit the cult classic that is still equal parts beautiful and terrifying to this day. Jim Henson was an incredible genius who truly knew how to combine form with function to create a fantastical masterpiece!
Ever see one of those horror-comedies that was panned by the critics when it came out, just to realize that if it was released today that it would be the talk of the horror community? Well, that is 1997’s Office Killer. With so much to enjoy in it, you’ll definitely want to checkout this article and watch it for yourself.
The “thinking man’s Matrix.” Perhaps the film was ahead of its time, and that’s why it does not receive fanfare that The Matrix gets. Between the two, objectively this one is more thought-provoking and artistic.