Horror genre master John Carpenter has many stylistic traits that can be seen in the original Halloween movie that extend to the director's past and future films.
Iconic 80s horror director Don Coscarelli talks about what it took to become a successful independent filmmaker on his own terms.
Taking a look at Phanstasm creator Don Coscarelli's True Indie: Life and Death in Filmmaking, and devouring every morsel.
From The Conjuring to Children of the Corn, Netflix is serving up plenty of terrifying scares for your viewing displeasure this Halloween.
Don Coscarelli's Phantasm is one of the most iconic horror franchises in the last 3 decades, but every film doesn't always knock it out of the park.
Forget Friday the 13th a minute. The New Kids is a high-water mark of producer Sean S. Cunningham's career thats needs more recognition than it gets.
Considered a lost John Carpenter movies for decades, Someone's Watching Me! makes a comeback with a glorious new blu-ray release packed with extras.
There's so many differences between The Empire Strikes Back comic and the movie that it makes for a whole new experience.
Trick or Treat gave us Sammi Curr who embodied everything about 80s horror heavy metal we wanted to be.
From Shaun of the Dead to Step Brothers, there are plenty of movies from the previous decade that need a follow-up to happen soon.
A story of drugs, car chases, and a David and Goliath-like battle in a living room that would be bespeak the independent films of the 1990s. Let's revisit 1984's Firstborn.
Phantasm creator Don Coscarelli's Kenny & Company deserves to be remembered as a seminal coming-of-age 80s movie.
Pulp Fiction, The Sixth Sense, the list goes on. Here are a bunch of 90s movies that could use a sequel.
It may seem far-fetched, but if you really dig into it, 2018 may have the best summer of movies ever.
Summer is here and so are the big popcorn movies. A handy guide for parents and kids to know what to see at the movies in the next few months.
Beetlejuice, The Goonies, there are so many beloved 80s movies that we'd love to see sequels of.
The tale of a filmmaker who gave zero f's, pushed the boundaries of cinema, and created some classic movies that are here to stay.
After Solo: A Star Wars Story supposedly crashed and burned at the box office, everyone is suddenly wondering if people are tired of the Star Wars franchise?
Cobra Kai kicked so much ass, we'd like to see these 80s movies get the same dose of true sequel nostalgia.