Why should the living have all the fun this time of year? Holidays and horror make a great combination. Not surprisingly the best are Scandinavian. Here are some suggestions for this festive time of year!
Outfitted like a Catholic Bishop was an evil man named Sinterklaas or Sint for short. He wasn’t nice at all, his Moorish minions would attack seaside towns and demanding gold, silver, meat, virgins, wax and servants. The Moors were named Black Petes and would crash through doors, slither down chimneys and carry off children in sacks.
It seems like Zombie entertainment is everywhere. Quality work too, for me it started with with 28 Days Later and has continued to the super enjoyable The Walking Dead series. Zombie 108 has the quality of used-toilet-paper and it makes Milla Jovovich’s Resident Evil series seem like The Lord of the Rings by comparison.
Here’s a video of a crazy/brave man pretending to be zombie in Miami. It’s a great 3 minute clip of him running up to unsuspecting people and scaring the crap out of them.
An old country house is put up for sale. Laura and her dad Wilson are hired by Nestor the owner to clean and repair it. When the father investigates noises emanating from upstairs, Laura hears a struggle and finds her dad dead and that she’s locked in with the killer. The entire film is done in a single long take.
Rutger Hauer plays the new-in-town hobo. When he defends a street walker named Abby from an attack, he brings the wrath of the local depraved crime lord. He gets a shotgun and starts dispensing justice one shell at a time.
Twin sisters, Badass and Geek discover the body of a hooker in Badass’ car trunk. Out the night before, Badass and friend Junkie can’t recall anything that happened. Not wanting to take any chances, she chooses to bury the body while the real killer hunts them down.
Three friends go hiking in the Chilean Andes. When one of them breaks her ankle, the other two carry her to help. What they find is a a goat farm, it’s occupied but no one is there. A man attacks them with a shovel and knocks them all out. When they wake up they find themselves in a nightmare. That’s the entire plot, sorry this film is that lame.
Little girl ghosts are scary. Hidden cameras are funny. A Spanish TV show takes a simple premise and captures the fun.
It’s 1960, a French military plane has crashed in the South Algerian dessert. A team of paratroopers are sent in to retrieve a mysterious metal brief case. Trapped in a giant sandstorm, a Djinn creature visits them in darkness. They also seek the case.
A used tire awakes in the dessert and finds it has both sentience and telekinetic powers. The tire is a natural killer. Once it realizes its powers, it goes on a killing rampage. Only love can stop it!
This sequel of the 2007’s REC happens where the last one left off. It’s the same night and a 4 man SWAT team is sent in. Will more firepower make a difference versus the unknown?