Jon Kitley of Aurora has made a friend of horror. For 22 years he’s run Kitley’s Krypt, a site devoted to horror films, ranging from the earliest silent nightmares to the latest terrors from overseas. The site started in October of 1998 using the now-defunct Microsoft FrontPage tool. Kitley’s Krypt continues to provide regular updates […]
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Weekly Top Five: The Best of Lucio Fulci
The best of exploitation maestro Lucio Fulci
In Oculus, home is where the haunting is
In Mike Flanagan’s Oculus, a brother and sister reunite at the site of their parents’ gruesome deaths.
Weekend evenings of the living dead (and one midnight show)
Our critics take on seven spooky shows, from creepy Jane Austen to nuclear zombies.
The Massacre: Shocks around the clock
The long-running horror marathon the Massacre relocates to the Patio Theater.
The World’s End tops off the Cornetto trilogy with a snicker
Sci-fi comedy The World’s End tops off the Cornetto trilogy with a snicker.
American Mary, sculptor with a scalpel
The Canadian horror import American Mary spoofs the body-modification cult.
The last word (in movies, anyway) on consumerism
George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead remains the best movie on the subject
Serious about pleasure
On two recent films that mix politics and pop, Step Up Revolution and the Taiwanese feature Girlfriend Boyfriend
This Week’s Movie Action
New releases and fresh reviews in this week’s issue.
Blaze of gory
The better half of Grindhouse might not be the one you’d expect.