Featured Horror Movies like Stan Helsing, Ghoulies IV, 28 Days Later..., Sleepaway Camp 3: Teenage Wasteland, Paranormal Activity, The Guardian, Demon Seduction, 30 Days of Night, Demon Hunter, Fright Night Part II
Stan Helsing (2009)
Review: In the vein of spoof cinema like Austin Powers and the Scary Movie franchise, Stan Helsing lampoons contemporary film audiences’ never-ending fascination with what makes our blood curdle. In the story, hapless video store clerk Stan Helsing (Steve Howey) and his friends must make a routine video delivery on Halloween night before going to a Halloween party. But when a chain of seemingly random mishaps strand Stan and the gang in Stormy Night Estates, Stan learns of his true destiny as a descendant of the legendary monster-hunter Van Helsing. With his motley band in tow – including his best friend…
Ghoulies IV (1994)
Review: Everybody's Favorite Troublemakers are on the Loose Again! In pursuit of the amulet that will set him free, a demon sends his disciple to hunt down the cop who possesses it. Meanwhile, the Ghoulies escape through an open porthole, creating madness and mayhem on the streets of L.A. As the body count rises, it becomes an ultimate battle between a demonic killer, a rule-breaking cop, and our favorite creatures from the netherworld!
28 Days Later... (2002)
Review: Before 28 Weeks Later there was 28 Days Later. 28 Days Later is directed by Danny Boyle, 28 Days Later is simply an amazing film that puts a new twist on the classic zombie movie. The story is about a man awaking from a coma twenty-eight days after a new virus has wiped out a huge percentage of the general population. Anyone who is infected with the virus and lives seems to become a raging, mindless, homicidal lunatic that tears apart anything moving. Of course the man meets other survivors, and they begin looking for a way to endure. 28…
Sleepaway Camp 3: Teenage Wasteland (1989)
Review: Angela (Pamela Springsteen) heads back to the woods in this tired, cheap third installment of the Sleepaway Camp trilogy. There isn't even a camp this time around, just a group of wayward teens roughing it in tents as Angela brutally murders them one by one for getting on her nerves. The gore is still there, but that's about all that can be said. Angela's still popping her oneliners, but even she seems tired of this scenario. Don't bother with this one unless you really want to see how this trilogy ends.
Paranormal Activity (2007)
Review: I remember when Paranormal Activity first came out, everyone was so scared by these newly touched on "found video footage." I watched this horror movie thinking this is just another overrated ghost film. Micah was such an ass that you just had to love his character. As we get deeper into the story, we discover that we are not dealing with ghost but in fact a horrific demon entity bent on causing as much harm and evil as it can possibly cause. I do not want to spoil anything but I was left with one question, whatever happened to Micahs'…
The Guardian (1990)
Review: I saw this movie in the 90's on TV. It's a very stylish horror fantasy, by far superior to "Cat People" (1982). Good story, great performances of Jenny Seagrove and Dwier Brown and astonishing visuals. One of the main elements of this movie was the ill atmosphere, the mistery that was surrounding the entire plot, which reminded me of Stephen King's "Sleepwalkers" (1992). Another good element that increased the gore and the suspense was the fact that we do know nothing about the origins of this ancient supernatural force. You mustn't miss this amazing movie!!!
Demon Seduction (2005)
Review: An epic and bloody battle for the survival of planet Earth is on. Scientists experiment on a synthesized human-alien hybrid with new advanced DNA. A dying race of aliens must have the Super-DNA to continue building their population and they will stop at nothing to get it. Not wanting to bring attention to their mission, they morph into human females to seduce the scientists and obtain the secret formula. But if hot love making doesn t get the job done, the aliens will start gruesome, gut-ripping carnage and destroy all of man-kind.
30 Days of Night (2007)
Review: Josh Harnett (Black Dahlia, Pearl Harbor) crosses over to the dark side in this bone-chilling adaptation of the cult-hit graphic novel, brought to the screen in all its demonic glory 30 Days of Night. In a small Alaskan town, thirty days of night is a natural phenomenon. Very few outsiders visit, until a band of bloodthirsty, deathly pale vampires mark their arrival by savagely attacking sled dogs. But soon they find there are much more satisfying thirst-quenchers about: human beings. One by one, the townspeople succumb to a living nightmare, but a small group survives - at least for now.…
Demon Hunter (2005)
Review: Demon Hunter is the story of a half breed named Jacob who faces the moral dilemma of having a dark soul but a mortal body. Along with which the fact that he is damned to go to hell anyway. A fallen angel has been seducing prostitutes and impregnating them similar in fashion to how the incubus do it. These women then become possessed and must hold the pregnancy until the time of birth. That also describes how Jacob came to be. There is even the appearance of a succubus that tries to play on Jacob's morals. Demon Hunter is a…
Fright Night Part II (1988)
Review: Fright Night Part 2 is the sequel to Fright Night with William Ragsdale and Roddy McDowell reprising their roles again to hunt vampires. In my personal opinion, I thought it would have improved much on the first movie, perhaps with a bigger budget but I was a little let down. This time Charley has to fight the sister vampire (Regine Dandridge - Julie Carmen) of the vampire (Jerry Dandrige - Chris Sarandon) he killed in the first Fright Night. This time they increased the vampires to a vampire clan with Charley and Vincent Price as the esteemed vampire hunters. Funny but not…