3 items from 2015
Every year, we here at PopOptiq celebrate the month of October with a series of articles we like to call 31 Days of Horror; and every year, I update the list of my favourite horror films ever made. Last year, I released a list that included 150 picks. This year, I’ll be upgrading the list to 200 movies, making minor alterations, changing the rankings, adding new entries, and possibly removing a few titles.
Note: Since there are so many great horror films and so much to choose from, I am including documentaries, short films and animated films as special mentions in order to make it easier for me to decide what to include.
Special Mention: King Kong
The granddaddy of all monster movies is arguably King Kong. Decades after its release, no other monster »
It starts with a cry of pain. Then a look of terror or ecstasy. And then the body starts to change. Hair grows from the knuckles. Maybe the eyes turn black. Sometimes fangs sprout. Before you know it, the person in front of you isn’t a person anymore. The Transformation can be the most horrific moment in a horror film because it’s where the internal becomes the external. No more false faces. No more hiding. And depending how fearsome the new being is, no more running as well.
An American Werewolf in London (1981)– London wolf calling
It starts out so innocently. Knowing that a full moon is approaching, David Kessler (David Naughton) locks himself in the home of nurse Alex Price (Jenny Agutter) in order to be able to transform into a werewolf peacefully, not killing any innocent people and proving that he doesn’t have to commit »
Coming up in November, the Ithaca International Fantastic Film Festival 2015 edition is set to rock the upstate NY college town with some inspirational freakiness. The festival has teamed up with new horror streaming provider Shudder to present the retrospective series Organic Horror: Obsession with Body Alterations. Not for the squeamish, the series will include horror classics, such as Georges Franju's Eyes Without A Face, Andrej Zulawski's Possession, Shinya Tsukamoto's Tetsuo, Takeshi Miike's Audition, and David Cronenberg's Shivers, restored for its 40th anniversary.The first title wave also includes films about to play Fantastic Fest, and some that have screened at Tiff and the Stanley Film Festival. Attendees can see Mads Mikkelsen act smarmy and gross in Anders Thomas Jensen's twisted Men & Chicken, Antoine Bardou-Jacquet's fake moon landing comedy...
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3 items from 2015
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