Top 10 Slasher Movies Of The 1980s.
According to ShockTillYouDrop: The Theatre Bizarre, an anthology series by, Douglas Buck (Sisters), Buddy Giovinazzo (No Way Home), Tom Savini (The Prowler), David Gregory (Memories Of A Young Pianist), Karim Hussain (Hobo With A Shotgun), and Richard Stanley (The Sea Of Perdition). Now the wrap around story tells of a woman who seems to be […]
That’s right folks, according to Comingsoon: Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt (G.I. Joe: Rise Of The Cobra) who has been making a name for himself for awhile now, having starred in such films as, Inception (2010) with Leonardo DiCaprio (J. Edgar), and will be able to be seen in next years, ‘Dark Knight’ movie, maybe the next […]
Camp Crystal Lake: A Summer Camp where kids go to play and participate in camp activities. It is also the location where a young boy drowned in the 1950s and since then, nothing has gone right for the Camp… Then in the early summer of 1980, Steve Christy and a group of counselors are trying to re-open the closed down Camp, the only problem is that some one from the Camp’s sordid past will do literally ANYTHING they have to, to stop the Camp from ever re-opening!
Actor Bill Moseley, who has played some fun characters in Rob Zombie movies in recent years, such as playing Otis in House Of 1000 Corpses (2003) and Zach ‘Z Man’ Garrett in Rob Zombie’s remake of Halloween (2007), also was in another horror movie series that has proven to be a true horror classic ‘The […]
It all starts out 5 years earlier, when a group of campers attempt to play the usual “prank gone wrong” on their mean groundskeeper. To make a long story short, they set him on fire, and horribly disfigure him (hence “The Burning”). After that, he spends the next 5 years recovering and freaking out the hospital staff with his horrible grotesque scars and burns. In fact, some of the staff even dare each other to go in and look at him.
According to ShockTillYouDrop: Tom Savini, a man who’s career credits speak for themselves, having worked on such truly prolific films as Alan Ormsby’s Dead Of Night (1974) and George A. Romero’s Dawn Of The Dead (1978) as well as so many other truly classic grind house films, horror movies, etc… has signed on to do […]
As a kid growing up in Hollywood I lived close to some of the most famous movie theatres on the planet. One of the things I used to like doing either with a group of friends, or by myself, was to go down to Grauman’s Chinese theatre (A theatre that’s premiered some of the biggest movies ever made). […]