Don’t be frightened. Yet.
You can’t talk about genre entertainment without taking a deep dive into the macabre world of Horror. We love all kinds (body, slasher, thriller, gore, and more) – but not they’re not all a fit with everyone. That’s why it’s important for you to tell us your favorites, share your reviews and help us build a community of connoisseurs who love and appreciate the genre.
We ask you to share your deepest, darkest secrets about your love affair with Horror Films with other Imagination Connoisseurs here. And feel free to peruse the articles, recollections, reviews, and recommendations right here and in our online community.
So ignore the heavy breathing on the line, the fact the lights don’t work, and that thumping sound coming from the attic. Just click here to start and let your long-lost cousin with the pale skin and bad breath take care of things.
By the way … have any of you seen the butcher knife? It’s not where it’s supposed to ………. ack!
THE SADNESS is insane!
Travis Willock, recommends THE SADNESS for Imagination Connoisseurs in search of a “depraved zombie film.” It’s available on Shudder right now.
The color of terror.
Imagination Connoisseur, Tommy Mårtensson, shares his thoughts on the 2019 horror film, COLOR OUT OF SPACE, directed by Richard Stanley. During a time when there are so many remakes and reboots, it’s nice to see something uniquely horrifying hit the theaters.
THE STAND needs to sit down and shut up.
Imagination Connoisseur, Paul in Long Beach, wrote in to express his outrage over what has been done with Stephen King’s opus work, THE STAND. Like usual, Paul has more than a few thoughts about how well-established characters in King’s book have been drastically changed for no good reason.
Raccoon City could use a little redevelopment
The Imagination Connoisseur who goes by the name, Undead Sick, sat through RESIDENT EVIL: WELCOME TO RACCOON CITY, and it’s safe to say, he probably would have preferred sitting for 107 minutes in an actual city inhabited solely by raccoons, instead.
DAWN OF THE DEAD helped re-define horror for him
Imagination Connoisseur, Bob Connally, explains how George Romero’s DAWN OF THE DEAD helped him connect with the horror genre of films in a way he did not expect.
The genius of David Cronenberg is back in the theater! (A Robservations Short Take)
ROBSERVATIONS host Robert Meyer Burnett is excited to see David Cronenberg’s newest film, CRIMES OF THE FUTURE when it premiers this June. Rob read a draft of the script nearly 25 years ago and has been anxiously waiting for the movie ever since.
Long live the new flesh! Cronenberg’s CRIMES OF THE FUTURE comes to body horrify! (#797)
Robert Meyer Burnett discusses the latest reports about recent screenings of David Cronenberg’s latest film, CRIMES OF THE FUTURE. It appears the film is everything you want from Cronenberg – weird, wonderful, and tinged with a bit of controversy.
Review: Great K-Horror is streaming on Netflix with All of Us Are Dead
Imagination Connoisseur, Jason Webster, says that the new Netflix series, All of Us Are Dead, is a worthy successor to films like LAST TRAIN TO BUSON, ALIVE and DAWN OF THE DEAD. Read his review and then tell us what you think.
A 16 year-old filmmaker asks for advice.
The plight of a young filmmaker in Utah has captured the imagination of ROBSERVATIONS host, Robert Meyer Burnett and many others in the Post-Geek Singularity. Learn his story and check out his film THE BUTCHER AND THE PIG – all part of today’s mailbag.
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