Happy anniversary to one of my favorite horror movies! Halloween III: Season of the Witch was released on this date in 1982. Written and directed by Tommy Lee Wallace, this is the only movie in the franchise that does not feature Michael Myers (though he does make a cameo appearance — we briefly see Halloween … Continue reading Celebrating Halloween III: Season of the Witch
Tag: Horror Movies
Today is a high holy day for slasher fans, dearest fiends: Friday the 13th of October. A lot of you will probably be getting your Jason on today – please let me know in the comments how you're celebrating! I will probably watch the original, which emerged victorious in this year's Summer Camp Slasher Movie … Continue reading Happy Birthday, Jason Voorhees!
Happy Monster Monday! Today’s monster comes from one of my favorite movies: An American Werewolf in London. David (David Naughton) and Jack (a scene-stealing Griffin Dunne) are backpacking through England when they are attacked by a werewolf. Jack is killed; David survives, but he now carries the curse of the werewolf and begins to transform … Continue reading Monster Monday: An American Werewolf in London
In addition to being one of the finest horror films ever made, Halloween also introduced the world to one of the most enduring horror characters of all time: Michael Myers. Silent, relentless, and remorseless, Michael Myers is the boogeyman who lurks in dark corners and underneath beds, waiting with inhuman patience to make you his … Continue reading It Was the Boogeyman: Ranking the Films of the Halloween Franchise
Happy Friday Eve, fiends! It’s still migraine season at We Who Walk Here, Walk Alone HQ, so it’s time for another GIF Party! I have some more fun things planned for this movie, but you’ll have to wait a few days for that...so for now, please enjoy this gifstravaganza devoted to The Nightmare Before Christmas! … Continue reading 31 Days of Halloween: The Nightmare Before Christmas GIF Party
I often wonder what it was like to hear Orson Welles' War of the Worlds radio broadcast when it originally aired. I think everyone to some extent wonders about the experiences of people at the center of a major pop culture moment — Woodstock, the Beatles playing Shea Stadium, seeing The Empire Strikes Back before … Continue reading 31 Days of Halloween: Ghostwatch
Happy Monster Monday, fiends! Today I have a slew of monsters for you from the endlessly quotable classic Ghostbusters. (I'm just doing original recipe Ghostbusters today. I actually enjoyed the remake a lot, but if I did a post on that movie I would just bombard you guys with Holtzmann gifs, so it wouldn't exactly qualify … Continue reading Monster Monday: Ghostbusters