One of the best qualities of art – perhaps the best quality – is that it can take on meanings beyond its creator’s original intent. But how far is too far? That’s the question posed by Room 237, a feature-length critical analysis of Stanley Kubrick‘s The Shining. Its commentators are
Evil Dead, Evil Dead II and Army of Darkness are some of the most popular cult horror films in existence and defined the horror/comedy genre. What makes these movies great? Well…everything. Sam Raimi‘s obvious love for the horror genre, his dedication to make Evil Dead on a shoestring budget in
Fantastic Fest has eluded me for so many years now and I finally get to take part. I’m so excited that I am coming out of my skin, which seems appropriate given the subject matter at the fest. What is Fantastic Fest you ask? Well, I’ll tell you, or better
Pixar might have a new artist in Kyle Lambert. Lambert recently combined Toy Story and The Shining in a art series he calls, Toy Shining. This hilarious story combines these two movies in a genius way, and the art itself was perfect. Lambert did all of the drawings and art on
It’s Halloween weekend and to celebrate we have complied a list of the 13 scariest movie scenes in cinematic history. From old classics of the horror genre right up to modern releases, this list recognises the most eerie, suspenseful, bloody and down-right spine-chilling moments that have ever graced the screen.