31 Days of Wicked Watching [DAY 16]: My View of Woods and Cabins is Extremely Tainted

The sequence of modern horrors that I’ve shared over the course of this week is on purpose. They’re meant to be in direct contrast, yet symbiosis, with the pantheon of monsters that gave way for these tall tales to be celebrated. Today’s film, “Cabin in the Woods,” which like “It Follows” would make the topContinue reading “31 Days of Wicked Watching [DAY 16]: My View of Woods and Cabins is Extremely Tainted”

31 Days of Wicked Watch [DAY 6]: Origins are the Best Medicine

One of the films that started it all comes from one of the greatest film minds of all-time: Alfred Hitchcock. “Psycho” starring Janet Leigh (“Halloween’s” Jamie Lee Curtis’s mother) is one of the most brutally effective visual stories in my film library, and it is one that, despite the black-and-white film that so many areContinue reading “31 Days of Wicked Watch [DAY 6]: Origins are the Best Medicine”

31 Days of Wicked Watching [DAY 2]: Nightmares for the Weekend

Yesterday kicked off my 31 days of horror film binging, and it kicked off with the film that gave Craven his first soiree with the millennials who came to adore his work. Today, I continue my journey with another Craven classic: “A Nightmare on Elm Street.” While the iconic movie poster could make you doubleContinue reading “31 Days of Wicked Watching [DAY 2]: Nightmares for the Weekend”