Howdy-ho, horror hounds. All's been quiet on the genre front recently (I caught two flicks, Dead Air and The Echo, both of which can be encapsulated with a simple "meh"), though there are some new links to share. First, reviews of two recent releases, The Fourth Kind and The Box:
The Box -- http://reeltalkreviews.com/browse/viewitem.asp?type=review&id=3179
The Fourth Kind -- http://reeltalkreviews.com/browse/viewitem.asp?type=review&id=3178
On Classic Movie Guide, I wrote up a condensed critique of 1931's Dracula. It was meant to be a comparison review with the Spanish version filmed at the same time, but my copy started skipping (once I receive a replacement, expect a review on the Spanish version here). But I'm still pleased with how it turned out:
Dracula (1931) -- http://classicmovieguide.com/content/view/528/70
And last, but not least, I can finally unveil the first edition of my new Terror Tube column, "Axe to Grind." I'll be taking on all sorts of horror-related topics, the first of which is why I watch horror when so much of it sucks:
Look forward to more articles in the future; pending subjects include Universal monster movies and when faith and horror mingle.
That's all for now, but stay tuned for more updates!