Onward (2020)- Dan Scanlon

Pixar films have been magic for the audience since Toy Story first graced theatre screens, or one could argue, when Luxo Jr., made his first appearance. With their latest offering, Onward, Pixar takes us into the world of magic. It seems magic exists, we’ve just let it slide away because it was too much work…

Fright Night (1985) – Tom Holland

One of my favorite vampire movies is the next title up in the Monsters in the Movies book from DK Canada. Tom Holland’s Fright Night starring Roddy McDowall, Chris Sarandon, Stephen Geoffreys, Amanda Bearse and young William Ragsdale in the lead in this wonderful suburban update on the vampire legend. I came to horror movies…

Stephen King’s Triple Feature

Stephen King has legions of fans, and consequently, every now and again, a studio crafts another run at one of his novels, and while It! is on its way to screens in due course, Paramount Pictures and CBS DVD are releasing a collection of three of King’s mini-series in a very affordable collection. Over the…

Captain America: Civil War (2016) – Anthony & Jo Russo

  Marvel does what DC tried and failed to do just a month ago. Building on the universe they’ve already established, lending the stakes a heavier weight, the film brings a number of threads from the previous films, and tying it all together. In fact, they are dealing with the fallout from their actions in…

Trailer Tracks: Fright Night (1985) – Tom Holland

As much as I love The Lost Boys, this one may be my favorite vampire movie ever, it didn’t need the remake it spawned, which wasn’t bad, but doesn’t quite compare to this one… Starring Chris Sarandon, William Ragsdale, Amanda Bearse, Stephen Geoffreys and the awesome Roddy McDowall!

Fright Night (Remake & Original)

  So this weekend, I finally sat down to watch the remake of Fright Night. I should point out that until Let The Right One In came along, the original Fright Night, from way back in 1985 and the one and only The Lost Boys, from 1987, were my all time favorite vampire movies, but…