4 items from 2016
Season two of Amazon Prime Video’s fantastic show Red Oaks hits the streaming service tomorrow November 11th and we got to chat with one of the stars of the show Craig Roberts. Roberts appears in season 2 alongside Alexandra Socha, Ennis Esmer, Oliver Cooper, Jennifer Grey, Richard Kind, Paul Reiser and Alexandra Turshen in the show set in […]
- David Sztypuljak
Louisa Mellor Nov 11, 2016
What Netflix’s Stranger Things is to 80s sci-fi horror, Amazon’s Red Oaks is to 80s coming-of-age romantic comedy. Without slipping into parody, both are a continuation of a familiar style of storytelling featuring characters and themes we know and love. If Stranger Things takes its cues from Steven Spielberg and John Carpenter, Red Oaks has made itself the inheritor of John Hughes, Rob Reiner and Amy Heckerling. (In a neat connection, Heckerling has directed multiple episodes of Red Oaks, which also stars Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Dirty Dancing’s Jennifer Grey, stitching it firmly into that continuity.)
Reviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com
Burying the Ex (2014)
Written by: Alan Trezza
Directed by: Joe Dante
Breaking up is tough all the way around. Yeah right, usually of all the misery is one sided. The one who lowers the hammer of heartbreak and the other who is left to pick up the pieces. That’s usually the way it goes down, but not always. On occasion there are really, really nice guys who suffer through a bad relationship (sometimes an entire lifetime) because there just doesn’t seem to be a way out without sorrow, a feeling of betrayal, or an amped up display of crazy. Typically it’s a combo of all three.
Enter Max. He’s a really nice guy who loves horror movies and even works at an eclectic little horror themed brick »
"...a guy's regrets over moving in with his girlfriend are compounded when she dies...
"...and comes back as a zombie..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Burying The Ex"...
- Michael Stevens
4 items from 2016
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