Tag Archives: Lin Shaye

“Wes Craven’s New Nightmare” (1994)

The seventh installment in the “A Nightmare on Elm Street” film franchise takes place approximately a decade after the iconic first movie in the series premiered. When the film opens, it appears as if Freddy has returned. Is he back … Continue reading

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“Tales of Halloween – Goofy, Gory, and Gruesome Entertainment”

The tales begin with writer and director, David Parker’s (Master’s Of Horror) “Sweet Tooth.” During the opener, the viewer is treated to an urban legend, that has been passed down to children on Halloween night, after they’ve returned home from … Continue reading

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“A Nightmare on Elm Street – Thirty Years of Scares”

“I don’t even know who’s doing it and I’m not interested. It’s actually really painful to think about it. It’s the film of mine that I probably love the most, and which made the most money. The script went around … Continue reading

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“Insidious: Chapter 2”

“Insidious: Chapter 2,” the follow up to the smash hit from 2010, simultaneously premiered on September 13, 2013, in four separate places around the globe: America, Canada, Ireland and the United Kingdom. Director James Wan (The Conjuring) returns to helm … Continue reading

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The Film Insidious Continues to Scare up Huge Numbers at the Box Office.

Having watched countless films whose plots revolve around horror or the supernatural, I’ve become unfazed by most of what I’ve seen the past decade. That’s not to say that I don’t find many productions that are classified as belonging to … Continue reading

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