It’s the end of another October Horror Project,so here’s 30 Horror Movies I Love, from Dracula (1931) to The VVitch (2015). In this edition I’ve seen three that became instant favourites: Possession (1981),Thirst (2009), and The Haunting (1963). Read on the find out if your favourites made the cut!
In this week’s feature topic, we look at the best horror television has to offer. If we’re picking favourites, these shows are it. Honourable mentions include Stranger Things, True Blood, American Horror Story, Supernatural, and Bates Motel. Read more to find out which shows made the top 5!
A quick look at three unwatchable movies that are not for the faint of heart. In this week’s Thursday Movie Picks we dive into Body Horror, a subgenre of horror films that focuses on body disintegration, deformation, mutilation… you get the picture. Read on, if you can stomach it.
Can you guess who is the new Chick with Accent? Listen to the latest episode of the Across the Universe Podcast, and find out if you’re right! Because this chick is a major Marvel fan, we list our Top 3 Marvel Movies, in anticipation of the premiere of Thor: Ragnarok.
Welcome to our new home, with fresh content and an even bigger passion for cinema. You’ll notice some things have stayed the same, while others have changed – namely, the blog’s new name, Returning Videotapes. I’ve been meaning to move on from Film Flare since the core of this space had evolved beyond movies. It had become television and most recently books, too. Add to all of this needing to upgrade to Wordpress and a bigger change felt right.
Another month has gone by and hooray, we’re halfway through the year! Yeah that doesn’t sound right, time passing sucks. That said I cannot wait for this month to be over, because that will mean I will finally be on…
2017 Blind Spot Series Update: The Lady From Shanghai, Hiroshima Mon Amour, To Kill A Mockingbird and 12 Angry Men
So I sort of (entirely) missed writing about my Blind Spots this year, BUT I have been watching them all! I’ll try and do better from now on. Here’s an update with my quick thoughts on the first four movies…