After the success of the “Friday The 13th..” franchise, producer Sean S. Cunningham looked to expand his portfolio of films.
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So, The Slayer. A somewhat obscure, yet much sought after by those in the know supernatural slasher from the early
Ah, Highlander… the perfect standalone fantasy/sci fi actioner that spawned a multitude of absolutely dire and unnecessary sequels. Really, the
1985 was a fertile year for horror films. Day of the Dead, Return of The Living Dead, Friday The 13th
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Clive Barker has an amazingly depraved imagination. You only need to read some of his more well known literary works,
Friday the 13th part V is a problematic entry in the franchise for many fans. Coming barely a year after
Black Sunday (AKA The Mask Of Satan) marked the official directorial debut of Mario Bava, the godfather of Italian horror
So, iconic children’s tv franchise Scooby Doo becomes the latest addition to the realm of Legos direct to video features.