The Horror of Wallpaper/Wallpaper in Horror

I'll always be grateful to my parents for leaving up our bizarre dining-room wallpaper with the huge nodding flowers. Sort of mutant-like. The late '70s and early '80s were a special time for wallpaper... as Kindertrauma proves. I love the idea of this post and love the execution even more. … [Read more...]

“40 Non-Horror Movies for Horror Fans”: Kindertrauma

with a cornucopia, especially of interest to fans of that late '70s - end of the Cold War aesthetic. Sign me up! … [Read more...]

What Keeps Mankind Alive: 1995 Theological Vampire Flick “The Addiction”

"All sin tends to be addictive, and the terminal point of addiction is what is called damnation."--possibly Auden? Attributed to Auden, anyway. For a while now I've been trying to hunt down Abel Ferrara's ultra-artsy, not-on-DVD vampire movie, The Addiction. It's on YouTube again now--see it before it vanishes!--at a link you can find here, along with Kindertrauma's reflections on the film. I watched it last night and suspect I need to watch it at least once more before I have any firm … [Read more...]

Underrated Horror Flick on Netflix Streaming!

I infest the fine blog Kindertrauma, with a recommendation for a 2012 indie horror movie which really struck me. More in comments. … [Read more...]

“Where’s the Love?”: Underrated Horror Films Series

at Kindertrauma, ongoing! I sent in a contribution, which I think will be posted tomorrow, and any horror mavens who read me should send in their suggestions. I've found a lot of terrific lesser-known flicks through KT in the past, like I Start Counting, Games, and The Boys Next Door. … [Read more...]

Droopy Dog, Horror Star

FEEL THE FEAR.  … [Read more...]

“He’s like a twisted male Garbo!”

Kindertrauma on the Willard remake!: I don’t mean to alarm anybody but it appears that at some point between the time I watched WILLARD back in 2003 and yesterday, somebody magically changed the tone of the entire film. What was once a quirky, dark-humored revenge flick concerning adorable critters is now a morbidly tragic character study that mercilessly kicked my heart in the crotch. I didn’t even know my heart had a crotch. Now I understand why this wasn’t a huge hit. Honey, I shrunk the cath … [Read more...]


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