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Late to the Party – ‘Alien vs. Predator: Requiem’ (2007)

Alien vs. Predator: Requiem is a pretty solid sequel, but in comparison to its predecessor, that's not saying much. I saw the original AVP at the theatre and I was extremely disappointed to say the least. Whenever a film from either franchise is announced, I become obsessed,...

Late to the Party: Graveyard Shift (1990)

We've all been there; getting called in to work on our day off, on a holiday, getting stuck with the bad shift. At least we weren't stuck with a schedule dictated by Stephen King, like his vision of a Graveyard Shift. The movie Graveyard Shift is...

Late to the Party: ‘Dolls’ (1987)

Welcome back to another weekly edition of Late to the Party, the review series that pits iHorror writers against the cult classics and fan favorites we somehow haven’t seen. This week's film is 1987's "Dolls," directed by Stuard Gordon, produced by Charles Band and Brian...

Late to the Party – ‘The Mutilator’ (aka ‘Fall Break’) (1985)

The Mutilator
Thank you for joining us for another weekly edition of Late to the Party! This week I'm pining for cooler weather (it's hot, fight me) so I took an easy, breezy, end of summer trip to the beach with The Mutilator (aka Fall Break). The...

Late to the Party: ‘The Purge’ (2013)

The First Purge hits theaters today, and so it seems only fitting to dedicate this entry of Late to the Party to writer/director James DeMonaco's 2013 thriller The Purge. With four films and an upcoming TV series on the way, I'd like to see...

Late to the Party: Carrie (1976)

Carrie
It's Wednesday, so it must be time for another edition of Late to the Party! Today's movie is the original 1976 version of Carrie, adapted from the Stephen King book of the same name. While it's been long enough that everyone knows the story, seeing...

Late to the Party: Wes Craven’s ‘New Nightmare’ (1994)

Late to the Party
"Miss me?" I'm glad I waited this long to finally watch Wes Craven's New Nightmare. Listening to movie podcasts (specifically those that focus on horror) for the last few years has helped me approach cinema with an analytical edge that I never had before. I wouldn't...

Late to the Party: ‘Friday the 13th: Part 2′ (1981)

Carrie
Jason is back and he has a new group of hormonal teenagers to hunt down. Friday the 13th: Part 2 is exactly what you expect it to be, a follow-up to the first film but with more blood and less logic. It is a fun...

Late to the Party: ‘Dog Soldiers’ (2002)

Dog Soldiers is a creature feature by writer/director Neil Marshall (The Descent, Game of Thrones), and it's often been described as Predator with werewolves...You have my attention. It's time for another edition of Late to the Party! The story follows a British military squad sent...

Late to the Party: ‘The Dead Zone’ (1983)

The Dead Zone Stephen King David Cronenberg
Welcome back to another weekly edition of Late to the Party, the review series that pits iHorror writers against the cult classics and fan favorites we somehow haven't seen. This week is all about David Cronenberg's take on Stephen King's novel, The Dead Zone....

Late to the Party: The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

Carrie
The Hills Have Eyes (1977) was a film that was just a few years before my time. I have seen the 2006 remake, but the original by Horror maestro Wes Craven was never one that really popped up on my radar. Even if you've kept...

Late To The Party: ‘Salem’s Lot (1979) – iHorror

Carrie
  It’s taken me over thirty years but I’ve finally had the chance to sit down to this Stephen King bloody-sucking classic. 'Salem’s Lot came to life in King’s masterful imagination when he first dared to ponder what would happen if Count Dracula moved into...

Late to the Party: Train to Busan (2016)

Late to the Party
It seems like it was farther back than 2016 when Train to Busan, the South Korean genre-bending zombie movie, was at the top of both critic and fan year-end lists everywhere.  So, by just getting around to seeing it now, I’m not showing up...

Late to the Party: ‘Bone Tomahawk’ (2015) – Reveals There are Fates Worse Than Death

Wishmaster
Bone Tomahawk was S. Craig Zahler's directorial debut, and only second feature to his credit at the time of its release. Zahler is the primary screenwriter for his films and was even the composer for three of them. I didn't get around to watching this...

Late to the Party: ‘Lake Mungo’ (2008)

This week we're getting down to some seriously spooky business. We will be examining the Australian horror mystery Lake Mungo by writer/director Joel Anderson, which was part of the After Dark Horrorfest 4 roster. Movies included in the festival were also referred to as...