All posts tagged "horror"

  • Scary Movies

    According to Andy Scahill, gays have a special dark place in the horror canon

  • Gothic Creep: Crimson Peak (review)

    Guillermo del Toro’s visually ravishing Crimson Peak terrifies you in ways you least expect

  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (Review)

    The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is a gorgeous, thought-provoking game that refuses to mollycoddle players

  • Evil Dead: The Musical

    The Greenbelt Arts Center offers a production of Evil Dead: The Musical, an off Broadway stage adaptation of Sam Raimi’s cult classic zombie film, featuring book...

  • Queer as Carrie

    When Kimberly Peirce, director of the 1999 Oscar-winning drama Boys Don't Cry, was offered the chance to helm a remake of the 1976 horror classic,...

  • You’re Next: One bloody homage after another

    There’s a moment near the climax of You’re Next, the plebeian slasher-fest from indie director Adam Wingard, that subtly evokes Alfred Hitchcock’s Torn Curtain, specifically...

  • Seasonal Scares

    If there's a perfect time to read The First Male, the fifth novel from local gay author Lee Hayes, that time is now. Published in...

  • David Cronenberg’s Videodrome

    The Washington Psychotronic Film Society, dedicated to independent, experimental, low-budget, off-the-beaten-path filmmaking, presents a weekly Monday night screening series, hosted by The Incorrigible Dr. Schlock....

  • Halloween Outspoken: Scary Stuff [video]

    In this edition of Outspoken, host Ebone Bell hits up the participants at the 25th Anniversary 17th Street High Heel Race in an attempt to...

  • Rip-Off Artist

    Say, do you like John Carpenter's The Thing? Or maybe its '50s predecessor, The Thing From Another World? I bet you'd be thrilled to hear...

  • Blood Bath

    Blood and guts and gore. Oh my! Eli Roth's Hostel: Part II delivers everything that you would expect from the sequel to the 2005 original:...

  • Disenchanted

    You know a romantic comedy is in trouble when the funniest line uttered is ''Hey there, I have Hepatitis C!'' It may not seem all...

  • Monster Hash

    It must have seemed like a good idea to someone, somewhere, in some altered state: Combine Universal's three biggest movie monster properties -- Dracula, Frankenstein...

  • Resurrection

    It's been almost two decades since I last watched George Romero's 1978 cult classic Dawn of the Dead, a pinnacle achievement for both the hit-and-miss...

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