Directed by Tod Browning
Starring Bela Lugosi, Helen Chandler and David Manners
Dracula is dead and loving it! He decides that he can’t take the Transylvanian townspeople calling him a monster so he buys some property and moves to the big city…London! He meets and greets (and eats) a few people until he runs into Mina Harker, a married woman but that doesn’t bother the Count, he has three wives. He tries to make her his fourth but her husband and professor Van Helsing, who knows the ways of the vampire, try to stop him before it’s too late for Mina. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Dracula (1931)”
A gelatinous purple people eater crashes onto Earth and decides that humans taste pretty sweet. It decimates a small town while the police and government try to stop it at all costs. All they need is the ingenuity of a couple of teens to save the day! Continue reading “Shaun vs. The Blob (1988)”
Here it is, ladies and gentlemen! The long awaited reboot of the Leprechaun franchise, it’s a new take on the Leprechaun mythos coming at us as a serious creature feature as opposed to the off-the-wall absurdity of the older series. Is a fresh perspective enough to breathe new life into the series or does it come off as a stinky, stanky nugget? Click to find out! Continue reading “Shaun vs. Leprechaun Origins (2014)”
For the six of you who enjoyed the last one, here’s part two of my coverage of the Leprechaun series before getting into the recently released reboot, Leprechaun: Origins. Click below to see just how crazy the series becomes as the filmmakers come up with new places to drop the Leprechaun. There was a brief trend of putting horror characters in outer space…Jason was up there, Pinhead was up there, why not a Leprechaun? But then he makes his way back to Earth in back to back films taking place in urban ghettos getting his freak on with plenty of weed smoking, rap music and hoes. You wouldn’t think there’d be this much mileage in a killer leprechaun franchise, but here we are with parts 4-6!
Continue reading “Shaun vs. Leprechaun (Part 2)”
To celebrate the release of the reboot of the Leprechaun franchise, here’s the first part of the original series starring Warwick Davis as an evil little leprechaun who goes to great lengths to protect his gold from those who would be greedy enough to steal it. He starts off by arriving in North Dakota to scare the hell out of Jennifer Aniston in her film debut. He moves on to Los Angeles to find a bride then winds up in Vegas to party down with the rest of the greedy bastards there. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Leprechaun (Part 1)”
A group of teens break down in the middle of nowhere with only a rundown tourist museum nearby to take shelter. What could possibly go wrong? What are the odds they’ll come across a telekinetic psychopath with a fetish for mannequins?
Continue reading “Shaun vs. Tourist Trap (1979)”
idea behind “Wishmaster” may not be the most original, but at least in the right hands it could be imaginative and entertaining. And it was! Unfortunately in the wrong hands, it can turn into a big turd. In this case, the series came out with three turds out of the four movies. I would imagine most people stopped paying attention to the series after the first or second, some may even be shocked to know that there are four of these things. What’s even more shocking is that they were even made to begin with. Yes, this will not be a fun venture, but fear not, at least you only have to read about them, I had to live through them. Continue reading “Shaun vs. The Wishmaster Series”
Duncan suffers from terrible stomach pains caused by stress. It’s so bad it’s keeping him on the toilet all night sometimes. Unfortunately, this actually causes a monster to form inside his…colon?…and it eventually gets out and takes out his frustrations for him in some very nasty ways. Can he handle Milo before someone close to him becomes a victim? Can I handle a butt-monster movie at all?? Click the link to find out! Continue reading “Shaun vs. Bad Milo (2013)”