In the literary landscape of biographies, “Master of Horror: The Official Biography of Mick Garris” by Abbie Bernstein is a standout work that pays homage to one of the most talented and visionary directors, screenwriters, and producers in the entertainment industry. This book offers a comprehensive and intimate look at the life of the man responsible for bringing numerous iconic stories to life. Bernstein’s detailed account of Garris’ life, spanning his early beginnings to his illustrious career, is an engaging and inspiring read for fans and aspiring filmmakers alike.Continue reading
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Shudder December Highlights
Thanksgiving is almost here, which means December is right around the corner. With a new month on the horizon, Shudder is gearing up to end the year strong with a bevy of holiday gifts for one and all. Joe Bob’s Red Christmas and several of Wes Craven’s films—including the highly entertaining Shocker—will be available, as will The Lost Boys and Mick Garris’ Sleepwalkers. And what would Christmas be without some holiday-themed slashers? You can enjoy Black Christmas, Christmas Evil, and Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2, just to name a few. Below is the full rundown of what to expect from Shudder in December.
Movie Review: Doctor Sleep
Doctor Sleep, the new movie directed by Mike Flanagan, is coming out November 8. Based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, this is a sequel to The Shining. I was invited to attend an advance screening of this movie last night, so I jumped at the chance to see it.
Movie Review: Nightmare Cinema
I’ve watched many horror anthologies over the past month or so, including Creepshow (the movies and the new Shudder series), American Horror Story: 1984, All Hallows’ Eve, and Nightmare Cinema, which is coming to Shudder on October 29.