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Drag Me to Hell (2009)
"Good Horror Flick!"
Alison Lohman, Justin Long, Corna Raver, Dileep Rao and David Paymer star in Sam Raimi's 2009 horror film. Lohman plays Christine Brown, a young woman who works as a loan officer. Soon, an old woman, Mrs. Ganush (Raver) comes to her for a loan extension on her house. Christine tries convincing her boss, Mr. Jacks (Paymer) to help her, but Christine is told to deny her extension because she's already had a couple. Christine does and becomes inflicted by an evil curse where she has 3 days until her doom. Christine desperately tries to get the curse lifted with help from a psychic, Rham Jas (Rao). Long (Jeepers Creepers) plays Christine's boyfriend, Clay Dalton. Raimi does well with this bringing back his "Evil Dead" scares, there's creepy effects and Christopher Young's score is great as usual. I recommend this good horror flick.
Scream Blacula Scream (1973)
"As Good As The First!"
William Marshall, Pam Grier, Don Mitchell and Richard Lawson star in this 1973 horror sequel. This begins with a funeral of an elderly priestess. Grier (Foxy Brown, Coffy) plays Lisa Fortier, a young woman who is her adopted heir. Lawson (Poltergeist) plays the woman's son, Willis Daniels who seeks revenge for not being the rightful heir. Soon, he resurrects Mamuwalde aka Blacula (Marshall) using voodoo and becomes one of his vampires. Blacula starts feeding on others and seeks Lisa's help to drive the evil spirit out of him. Mitchell plays Lisa's friend, Justin Carter who is an ex-cop investigating the bodies bitten and disappearing which eventually lead him to Blacula. This sequel is as good as the first and a bit darker. Marshall was great in it as usual as well as Grier. I recommend this.
"Good 70's Version Of The Count!"
William Marshall, Vonetta McGee, Thalmus Rasulala, Denise Nicholas and Charles Macaulay star in this 1972 horror film adaptation of Bram Stoker's character, "Dracula." This begins in 1780 where we meet Count Dracula (Macaulay) who has dinner with African Prince, Mamuwalde and his wife, Luva (McGee). Dracula decides to turn Mamuwalde into a vampire like him calling him, Blacula. We move to the present in L.A. where Blacula awakes and starts feeding on victims. He also meets a young woman, Tina (Also played by McGee) who resembles his late wife and tries to make her his bride. The late, Rasulala (Mom and Dad Save the World) plays Tina's brother-in-law, Gordon Thomas, a doctor who investigates the mysterious killings that eventually lead him to Blacula and Nicholas plays Tina's sister, Michelle. This is a good version with a bit of humor, The late, Marshall was great in it and he & McGee had good chemistry. I recommend this.
"Not Bad Horror Adaptation!"
Robert John Burke, Joe Mantegna, Lucinda Jenney, Bethany Lenz, Kari Wuhrer and Michael Constantine star in this 1996 horror film adaptation of Stephen King's novel. Burke (Robocop 3) plays obese lawyer, Billy Halleck who has a wife, Heidi (Jenney) and daughter, Linda (Lenz). Soon, he gets into a car accident with his wife where they hit an old gypsy woman. Constantine (My Big Fat Greek Wedding) plays Tadzu Lempke, the woman's father and gypsy king who places a horrific, body curse on Billy as justice for her death. Billy's weight begins to reduce rapidly and he becomes ill. He desperately tries to get the curse taken off even if he has to take extreme measures. Mantegna (Criminal Minds) plays mafia boss, Richie "The Hammer" Ginelli, Billy's client & friend who helps him, Wuhrer (Anaconda) plays Tadzu's great granddaughter, Gina and King appears as usual as a pharmacist. This isn't bad, Burke & Mantegna are great in it as well as Greg Cannom's make-up effects. I recommend this.
Hell Night (1981)
"Not Bad Horror/Slasher Film!"
Linda Blair, Peter Barton, Vincent Van Patten, Suki Goodwin and Kevin Brophy star in this 1981 horror film. Blair (The Exorcist) plays college student, Marti who pledges a sister sorority of Alpha Sigma Rho. She and 3 others are forced to spend the night in a deserted house, Garth Manor where murders occurred 12 years prior. Soon, Marti and the others become terrorized by a mysterious killer who may be a surviving member of the family. Barton (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter) plays Jeff, a boy who Marti finds romance with, Van Patten plays Seth, Goodwin plays Marti's friend, Denise and Brophy plays Peter, President of the Alpha Sigma Rho frat. This isn't a bad horror/slasher film and Blair is good in it. I recommend viewing this if you're a fan of the genre.
House of Usher (1960)
"Good Price Horror Flick!"
Vincent Price, Mark Damon and Myrna Fahey star in Roger Corman's 1960 horror adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's novel, "The Fall of The House of Usher." Price (Pit and the Pendulum) plays Roderick Usher, a wealthy man who lives with his ill sister, Madeline (Fahey). Damon plays her fiancée, Philip Winthrop who comes to the Usher house to see her. He learns that she's ill as well as Roderick and that a terrible curse is inflicted on the house due to their criminal ancestors. Though Philip is persuaded to leave, he vows to stay and suspects Roderick is trying to kill her. This is a good horror flick with a spooky atmosphere and the late, Price was terrific in it as usual. I recommend this.
Pit and the Pendulum (1961)
"One Of Price's Best!"
Vincent Price, John Kerr, Barbara Steele, Luana Anders and Antony Carbone star in Roger Corman's 1961 horror film based on Edgar Allan Poe's novel. Kerr plays Francis Barnard, a man who comes to Spain to visit his sister, Elizabeth (Steele). He arrives at the Medina Mansion owned by her husband, Nicholas Medina (Price) and learns she passed months before due to a blood clot. Francis also meets Nicholas' sister, Catherine (Anders) and friend, Charles Leon who is a doctor. Francis also learns of the torture chamber in the Medina house where Nicholas' father, Sebastian (Also played by Price) inflicted pain and suffering. Soon, Nicholas is haunted by a voice sounding like Elizabeth's and suspects she's still alive. This is definitely one of Price's best with a good cast and eerie atmosphere I highly recommend.
"Good 80's Horror/Revenge Flick!"
Lance Henriksen stars in this 1988 horror film directed by late, special effects genius, Stan Winston. Henriksen (Near Dark) plays Ed Harley, a country storekeeper who lives with his young son, Billy (Matthew Hurley). Soon, Billy is killed in a motorcycle accident involving city teens. Ed seeks revenge and begs an old witch to help him in which she conjures up a demon, Pumpkinhead (Tom Woodruff Jr.) to rid them. Ed becomes afflicted with images of the killings and tries to stop Pumpkinhead from finishing the job. Henriksen is great in this as usual, Woodruff is creepy as Pumpkinhead and Richard Stone's score is chilling. Henriksen also worked with Winston on "The Terminator" and I recommend this good 80's horror/revenge flick.
"As Good As The Original!"
JoBeth Williams, Craig T. Nelson, Heather O'Rourke, Oliver Robbins, Will Sampson, Julian Beck and Zelda Rubinstein star in this 1986 horror sequel. In this entry, the Freelings, Diane (Williams), Steven (Nelson), Carol Anne (O'Rourke) and Robbie (Robbins) are once again terrorized by dark, supernatural forces. The late, Beck plays Reverend, Henry Kane, an evil spirit who is the cause of it all and is determined to have Carol Anne lead him into the light with his minions. The late, Sampson plays Taylor, a Native American, medicine man who helps the Freelings fight against him and Rubinstein also reprises her role as psychic, Tangina who is Taylor's friend. This is a good sequel that's as good as the original. The cast is great, there's neat effects and Jerry Goldsmith's score is excellent as usual. I recommend this.
"Good 80's Supernatural Flick!"
JoBeth Williams, Craig T. Nelson, Heather O'Rourke, Oliver Robbins Dominique Dunne and Zelda Rubinstein star in Tobe Hooper's 1982 horror film. This focuses on the Freelings, a suburban family that becomes haunted by dark spirits due to their house being built on burial ground. Williams plays Diane, Nelson plays her husband, Steven, the late, O'Rourke plays their daughter, Carol Anne, Robbins plays their son, Robbie and the late, Dunne plays their other daughter, Dana. Carol Anne mysteriously vanishes and Diane and Steven discover she's on the other side where the spirits need her to lead them into the light. The late, Rubinstein (Teen Witch) plays Tangina, a psychic who helps Steven and Diane get Carol Anne back. I grew up watching this and always liked it. It's got a good cast, neat effects and excellent score by the late, Jerry Goldsmith as usual. I recommend this good 80's supernatural flick.