Horror · Science Fiction

Why You Should Watch One of the Worst Movies Ever Made

Edward G. Wood, Jr. was a very, very thrifty filmmaker. He would shoot scenes in one take, allowing him to barrel through numerous scenes per day. Did the acting and sets lack finesse? Who cares! He could appropriate enough stock footage and pre-recorded music to detract from these, uh, quirks. Also, he didn’t worry about… Continue reading Why You Should Watch One of the Worst Movies Ever Made

Comedy · Horror

The Old Dark House Sucker Punch

It’s always fun and games until someone loses an eye. That’s the lesson of The Old Dark House (1932), a comedy-horror flick about – you guessed it – a group of people stranded in an old dark house. The film opens on a Dark And Stormy Night as an English couple drives through a severe rainstorm and series… Continue reading The Old Dark House Sucker Punch

Horror · Science Fiction

The Do’s and Don’ts of Sci-Fi/Horror Movie Making

Good news! If you’re looking to make your own Sci-Fi/Horror film (and who isn’t?), we found the perfect film as your template. White Pongo (1945) is budget-friendly fare about a white gorilla living near Africa’s Congo River who may be “the missing link between man and monkey.” Obviously there would be a lot of fame and money… Continue reading The Do’s and Don’ts of Sci-Fi/Horror Movie Making