Category Archives: Classic Horror Movies

The Three Faces of Fear/Black Sabbath

Imagine it if you will, my fellow ghouls. It’s a typically smoggy, nasty August day in the industrial suburb of Aston, Birmingham UK circa 1969. You are one of four local, knock-around guys who have done the typical late-teens thing … Continue reading

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RETRO Reviews: The Serpent and the Rainbow

In the beginning Ghouls, there was the Zoumbie. The legendary flesh-and-blood inspiration for our modern cinematic motif , creeping through the jungles of Haiti and other Caribbean islands, bringing terror and destruction to those not wise enough to avoid the … Continue reading

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RETRO Reviews-The Whip and the Body

By J. Malcolm Stewart Since we only hurt the ones we love, Fellow Ghouls, it’s fitting that our next review takes a look at Mario Bava’s La Frusta e il Corpo, (translation: The Whip and the Body). Tonight’s subject reminds … Continue reading

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RETRO Review-Planet of the Vampires

By J. Malcolm Stewart Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, Fellow Ghouls. You are a group of intrepid space travelers whose flight through the cosmos is interrupted by a mysterious signal coming from an uninhabited wasteland of a … Continue reading

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RETRO Review-The Mask of Satan

  By J.Malcolm Stewart, Hello, my fellow ghouls, J.M. here. It’s my pleasure to open up the crypt of horror history and see what’s been long buried. Like your 10th grade English teacher always told you, “Its time for a … Continue reading

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