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Analysis of characters from the HalloweeN universe, including Dr. Sam Loomis and the Strode Family, as well as reviews of other Horror and Masks related to HalloweeN (e.g. Danielle Harris movies).
Continuing our healthy fascination with HalloweeN star Danielle Harris is a review of another one of her recent films, Fatal Call from 2012. As we know, Danielle is beloved for her roles in such horror hits as Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers and Rob Zombie’s Halloween. But this time, Danielle gets to star in a movie from a different genre. Fatal … Continue reading
HalloweeN alumni Danielle Harris (Return & Revenge of Michael Myers and Rob Zombie’s HalloweeN & H2) and Bill Moseley (HalloweeN remake) star in Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet (2009). It’s a horror flick that doesn’t live up to the promise of its graphic and disturbing opening sequences. Things start off in 1978 with a tale of insanity, murder, … Continue reading
It’s not a Michael Myers mask, but it’s still something very cool and creepy. It’s the mask worn by The Man (a.k.a. The Collector) in the films The Collector (2009) and The Collection (2012). In these films, The Collector wears all black and he appears to have some sort of eye anomaly that makes his eyes reflect light in different … Continue reading
It was a busy Monsterpalooza this year. The turnout was very strong for the three-day event held in Burbank, California between April 12 and 14, 2013. There wasn’t that much directly related to Michael Myers and HalloweeN this time (aside from the Nightowl Productions table). Other horror classics, in particular The Shining and Jaws, were well represented with some wonderful … Continue reading
For many moviegoers, Halloween director Rob Zombie has a distinct style that is all his own. Examples of some of the elements that appear often in his films include plenty of profane language and abundant references to redneck culture. Rob also tends to give a leading role to his wife Sheri Moon Zombie in his movies. Whether you like his … Continue reading