In honor of the 2500 horror movies BC watched for Horror Movie A Day.
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BAD contributor Brian Collins has completed an impressive, kind of weird phase of his life.
Part of his ongoing Horror Movie A Day series on 35mm!
A Horror Movie A Day screening hosted by Brian Collins.
Yeah, that's right. We said URBAN LEGEND.
The first 35mm screening of Rolfe Kanefsky's cult favorite in twenty years!
Brian Collins is hosting a midnight screening of the killer car flick.
Brian has watched a horror movie every single day since 2007. This month many folks try to replicate his herculean task on a limited basis, so he brings his years of wisdom to you. Here's how to watch a horror movie a day.
Brian talks about five horror movie tropes that he’d like to avoid in this bright and shiny new year.
Almost entirely comprised of public domain titles, the Mill Creek packs have been a godsend over the past 3 (almost 4!) years, offering 50 movies per set, many of which are horror films that were produced during the years of the dreaded Production Code (and thus wouldn’t have any nudity or gore anyway).
With horror, the first is usually the best when it comes to sequels, but it applies to the current 3D craze as well. Since MY BLOODY VALENTINE debuted in early 2009 (long before the “game-changer” known as AVATAR), we’ve had a handful of horror films in 3D, and surprisingly, many of them were shot that way. SAW 3D, THE FINAL DESTINATION, and RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE, like BLOODY, were shot with actual 3D cameras. The only two horror post-converts were MY SOUL TO TAKE and (ironically) PIRANHA 3D. Considering the glut of 3D films clogging the marketplace (over two dozen in 2010 between real and converts), that’s not a bad ratio. But should horror stick to 2D?
My good friend Brian Collins runs one of the best and most unique movie websites out there - Horror Movie a Day. Every day Brian watches a horror movie that is new to him, and then he reviews it on the site. He’s been doing this for years now and has missed only one day - and that day wasn’t on his honeymoon.
I’m proud to announce Horror Movie A Day as another of our content partners. Brian will be contributing a weekly column called Terror Tuesday (which, if you’ve been to the Alamo Ritz you’ll know is also the name of Zack Carlson’s weekly free midnight horror movie screening), where he gets to go wild writing about anything as long as it’s horror.
So with those rules - he can write about anything at all! - Brian of course chose HALLOWEEN 4. If you knew him this would make perfect sense. And now, the first Badass Digest installment of Terror Tuesday…