The TV Series available on Netflix titled “Ash vs. Evil Dead” immediately jumps back into the story that originally started 30 years prior. The show is extremely refreshing with its dark comedy mixed into the horrific events occurring on screen.
From the many original and unique films created by John Carpenter, the film “They Live”, released in 1988, mirrors modern society perfectly while adding a horror aspect that frightens anyone to their core. The strong and bold social commentary throughout the film portrayed through the subtle symbols of the growing homeless population and the increasing wealth gap presented to the audience.
Your nightmares are coming true this September on HBO Max with these 6 featured horror movies!
As August rolls into September and summer begins to wind down, a new batch of terrifying films will be making their way onto Amazon prime. Here are the best horror movies coming to Amazon Prime Video this September!
October is known as the month of all frights. But this year, the horror’s come early on Hulu. September will be the home to some of the greatest Horror releases. Although many are re-released, they don’t age. This compilation does not represent every cinematic horror release to air on Hulu but are the ones that are recommended.
Scream (1996) is a unique “typical” slasher movie that focuses on hitting every slasher flick trope. The movie is a meta parody as the characters are all familiar with horror movies with horror movies and the set rules to follow in order to survive.
Stealing our hearts and focus back in 2016, the Netflix hit “Stranger Things” has quickly become a worldwide phenomenon with its 80’s nostalgia, captivating mystery and Eggos. With season four set to premiere in 2022, fans are eagerly awaiting the two year hiatus to end and to be reunited with their favorite characters. To help tide fans over, here are some fun facts about the last three seasons and the characters, as well the actors who portray them. Beware, there are some spoilers if you haven’t watched season one through three yet!
Under the rising hysteria and sinking dread, there is a keen reason to watch the slow, deteriorating death that is the village of Goksung.
In the movie Jaws (1975), Hooper irritably mocks Quint for his “working-class hero” shtick. It’s a throwaway line in the film, but I always saw it as a much-needed moment of self-awareness about the dynamic between those two characters: the tension between the two characters does hark to the traditional “working-class hero versus the wealthy academic” trope.