‘Ghost Story’ (1981): Early 80s attempt at refined, classic horror

Ghost Story, the glossy, high-end 1981 horror flick from Universal and director John Irvin, makes its Blu-ray debut thanks to Shout! Factory’s Scream Factory line. Continue reading “‘Ghost Story’ (1981): Early 80s attempt at refined, classic horror”

‘Rolling Vengeance’ (1987): 80s monster truck fad gets some screen time

Looking for revenge? Go big or go home. Continue reading “‘Rolling Vengeance’ (1987): 80s monster truck fad gets some screen time”

‘Nightmares’ (1983): 4 scares for the price of 1

More hits than misses in this vintage 1980s four-part suspense/sci-fi/supernatural/horror anthology. Continue reading “‘Nightmares’ (1983): 4 scares for the price of 1”

‘Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone’ (1983): Skip the 3-D, enjoy the film

Ah! That 1980s 3-D that was “new and improved” over the old-timey 3-D…that now looks decidedly old-timey itself. Continue reading “‘Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone’ (1983): Skip the 3-D, enjoy the film”

‘Double Exposure’ (1982): Glossy, forgotten psycho-thriller

A snazzy little psychological slasher/giallo, where a photographer becomes (or does he?) the killer of his beautiful models.

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‘The Golden Child’ (1986): Eddie Murphy battles the supernatural

An interesting blend of dark mysticism mixed with Indiana Jones-style adventure, topped with a dash of mid-80s peak Eddie Murphy action-comedy. Continue reading “‘The Golden Child’ (1986): Eddie Murphy battles the supernatural”