St Patrick’s Day is almost upon us – and that means it’s time to get ready to watch Warwick Davis in the “Leprechaun” series. So, do that, but stop after the sixth film. You really want to come back to the seventh, 2014’s “Leprechaun: Origins,” when you can watch it without comparing it to the rest. Here’s why.
St Patrick’s Day is almost upon us – and that means it’s time to get ready to watch Warwick Davis in the “Leprechaun” series. Davis plays his usual murder-y Leprechaun, and goes to the hood where he is joined by fan favorite Ice-T for the first of the final films in the series. Here is what you’ll see in the last two films.
Are you ready for the next two “Leprechaun” films yet? There’s more yummy Warwick Davis goodness (you have to admit he’s magically delicious) in “Leprechaun 3” and (I am not kidding – this is the real title) “Leprechaun 4: In Space.” Here’s what you’ll see in the middle two films.
St Patrick’s Day is almost upon us – and that means it’s time to get ready to watch Warwick Davis in the “Leprechaun” series. Davis plays a murder-y Leprechaun (what do you mean you guessed that already?) who plans to hang on to his gold. Here’s what you’ll see in the first two films.
OMG! “The Purge” franchise really went there! Universal and Blumhouse target politicized audience with political propaganda video for new film.
From one of our friends across the pond comes this infographic of the top six horror films that count on your fear of tight spaces to make them work.
It’s not just Princess Aurora on a really bad day – it’s a real Killer Mermaid. Mysterious. Irresistible. Deadly.
For many of us, Vincent Price’s name will always be synonymous with horror. Happily, Scream Factory is giving him the homage he deserves with this second collection of his films, including such favorites as “The Raven” and “The House on Haunted Hill.”
“Leviathan: The Story of Hellraiser & Hellbound: Hellraiser II” takes it to the next level with the announcement of participation by writer-director Clive Barker.
Quentin Taratino went on record at Comic-Con in favor of a possible 2015 release of the legendary “Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair.”
It’s fun to see great horror movies get the numbers they deserve – like the latest entry in the Purge franchise, “The Purge: Anarchy.”
Before “the Conjuring,” there was a doll. A creepy, cursed doll. Now there is the creepy doll movie “Annabelle” – and you’ll want to see the trailer!