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[Podcast] The Gate (1987) – Episode 133 – Decades of Horror 1980s

 “Demons aren’t gonna ring the doorbell!” Terry (Louis Tripp) gives his buddy Glen (Stephen Dorff) a lesson in demon etiquette. Yes, the cult favorite gateway horror film  The Gate  is much beloved by horror fans of the 1980s. So much so that it won our Patreon Decades of Horror Poll for the month of […]

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[Review] Leatherface (2017) – by Doc Rotten

The directors of Inside, Alexandra Bustillo and Julien Maury, take a stab at putting their footprints on the history of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre with the prequel, Leatherface (2017). The film follows a group of young patients escaping from a mental hospital and on the run. One of the madmen is a young Leatherface – […]

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[Podcast] Blade (1998) – Episode 18 – Decades of Horror 1990s

“Some motherfuckers always trying to ice skate uphill.”  Blade  (Wesley Snipes) always has something awesome to say. The type of badassery that runs deep within his Daywalker veins. As he slices vampires left and right, there’s a total lack of hesitation in every motion.  Blade  served as an early indicator for what would follow in […]

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“The Gate” (1987): Kids-vs-Creatures in a Creepy and Creative Scarefest

Sometimes PG-13 horror movies get a bad rap, being seen as too watered down actually to be scary. That is not always the case. Director Tibor Takács and screenwriter Michael Nankin’s The Gate (1987) shows that, when well done, a PG-13 horror film can be both kid-friendly and scary as Hell at the same time. […]

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“The Gate” (1987): Vestron Video Collector’s Series Unleashes the Horror Classic

“…Pray it’s not too late.” The VHS classic from 1987 THE GATE is coming to Blu-ray 0n February 28, 2017 from Vestron Video in spectacular fashion. The upcoming release is loaded with extras, including a “making of” and audio commentaries from director  Tibor Takacs and others. If you are a fan of the film, this […]