Tag Archives: Stephen King

Classic Film Kid: The Shining (1980)

CONTAINS SPOILERS Hi everyone, it’s the Classic Film Kid here with another review, and today, we are stepping back into true classic territory as we are looking at Stanley Kubrick’s thriller/horror The Shining, “adapted” from the book of the same name by Stephen King. Taking

Classic Film Kid: Misery

To get this review done I’m pretending that Kathy Bates will crush my ankles if I don’t write anything but praise of this film. That’s OK – I have nothing but praise to say. Hello guys, it’s the Classic Film Kid here for another movie

The Haunting

The transformation of the haunted-house subgenre began in Edgar Allen Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher, where the house, rather than just the ghosts within it, demonstrated paranormal abilities.  In his essay ‘Supernatural Horror’ H.P. Lovecraft argued that the point of Poe’s story was

S15E01 – Glam Rock and New Beginnings

We were off for a while, launching our Youtube, travelling about and doing things we utterly regret. You know? Normal Summer stuff. After a couple of months off we return with a new form. We’ve changed a lot over the years, but this is (probably)

Christine

As culture becomes more fixated on nostalgia, we’re going to have to spend a lot of time reassessing what happened two or three decades ago.  At the moment that means the Eighties, with everything from Stranger Things to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles drawing from The Me Decade.  Comparing

Cinema Eclectica 16 – Loomets Geneiswys

We have all the pronunciations this week – including the good, the bad and the remarkably ugly. It’s your fault you terrible movie-naming people. In our “Off the Shelf” section we take a look at The Offence from Masters of Cinema, Some Beasts – the