3 items from 2012
If you’re like me, you probably spent a good chunk of your October revisiting a hell of a lot of horror films in prep for Halloween. Now, that’s not to say that I don’t watch horror flicks all year round, it’s just that the holidays tend to inspire me to break out some of the more obscure titles I own or just things that I haven’t seen in years. On this year’s queue for me were the Wishmaster movies. (They’ve made 4 if you’re counting, but I’m just talking about the first two for now.) Seeing them again recently reminded me just how much fun they are.
- Rob Galluzzo
Over at Total Film’s website the guys have put together a list of the 50 Worst Horror Movie Sequels and whilst the list does contains some real clunkers, there are a number on their list which I consider amongst my favourites. So, I thought I bring you my own list – another Top 10 – of films I think Shouldn’T be on Total Film’s list…
Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 (1987)
Saw III (2006)
Sorority House Massacre 2 (1990)
Lake Placid 3 (2010)
Fright Night Part 2 (1988)
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Critters 2 (1988)
The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999)
They may run out of ideas or slip into absurdity, but horror franchises never truly end. Here’s a selection of a few of the most persistent…
In the horror genre, death is never the end. It’s true of its seemingly indestructible antagonists, and it’s frequently true of the movies in which they appear – it’s highly unusual for a lucrative horror series to ever truly end, even if the title claims that what you’ve paid to see really is the final instalment.
To this end, here are 10 horror franchises that, no matter how many times they appear to have run out of ways of killing people, still keep coming back from the grave. And because horror sequels so frequently play around with time, we’ll approach this particular list in no particular order, starting with a gore-laden hit in glorious 3D…
The inspiration for this article, »
3 items from 2012
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