- Archikulture Digest
- October 18, 2019
Campers freak out when a murderer is on the loose and they have no cell phone reception.
Dream No Evil, Dark August and The Child are rescued from late night TV on this Blu-ray set.
One of the most notorious horror films is back for its 40th anniversary.
The later films of the horror legend are collected – for good or ill – on the Boris Karloff Collection.
Like kids let loose in a candy store, Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez have again indulged themselves — and their legions of fans — with another dose of mayhem. This time around, it’s a two-fisted tribute to ’70s exploitation and car chase films. Steve Stav eases his ’69 Dart into a reserved slot at the drive-in for a review of Grindhouse.
What would the USA be like if it were overrun by creatures that refused to shuffle off this mortal coil? David Wellington tells us in Monster Nation, and zombie enthusiast Lips Fresno enjoys his vision.
After a long absence from the genre that he innovated, Joe Frietze witnesses George Romero’s return, to teach the young pups how to make a zombie movie. Land of the Dead hits on all cylinders, serving up classic scares while still moving his overall story along.