Tag: Italian Horror

Coming Attractions: Suspiria

Coming Attractions: Suspiria

So. The first Suspiria trailer is out (and has been out for a few weeks now, I know, but cut me some slack here). We Who Walk Here typically look askance at horror remakes, especially remakes of masterpieces like Dario Argento's Suspiria, but I'm actually kind of intrigued by this teaser trailer. Take a look: … Continue reading Coming Attractions: Suspiria

Happy Birthday, Maestro!

Happy Birthday, Maestro!

Rejoice, horror fans, for today is the birthday of Dario Argento, the legendary Italian director responsible for classics like Deep Red, Opera, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, and Suspiria. Argento has made some damn scary films, but his virtuosity doesn't end at eliciting screams from the audience. He is a master stylist with a breathtaking … Continue reading Happy Birthday, Maestro!

A Boy’s Best Friend Is His Mother: 15 of Horror’s Most Memorable Moms

A Boy’s Best Friend Is His Mother: 15 of Horror’s Most Memorable Moms

Happy Mother's Day! Today we celebrate mothers and let them know how much we love and appreciate them. But we who walk here, walk alone — so instead of sending Hallmark cards and flowers, we thank mothers for protecting us from monsters or for being entertainingly evil monsters themselves. Below, I have listed 15 of my favorite horror … Continue reading A Boy’s Best Friend Is His Mother: 15 of Horror’s Most Memorable Moms