When Hideo Nakata’s Ring was released in Japan in early 1998, it completely revolutionized J-Horror, setting the stage for a groundswell of creepy supernatural titles to be released in the following years.
Even for people such as myself who find werewolf movies to be somewhat shallow in the realm of horror, it’s undeniable that John Landis’ An American Werewolf in London is a timeless classic that showcases one of the best lycanthrope stories put on the screen.
In celebration of Halloween, I decided to take a look at the point and click adventure horror game Phantasmagoria: A Puzzle of Flesh, the sequel to 1995’s controversial Phantasmagoria. Get ready for some amazing FMV action.
Anthology films are typically a hit-and-miss proposition, with some segments far outshining others. Despite the usually uneven nature of them, they still remain popular within the horror genre, with a few cropping up every year.
Though The Cat and the Moon needs more originally and a stronger guardian presence, it serves as a good starting place for Alex Wolff, and will hopefully provide more opportunities for directorial work.