It is that time of year again. The nights draw in, the leaves turn orange and the spooks and ghouls come out to play.
Society can be a scary place…even more so now everyone questions what to and not to believe in. Some believe in aliens, some don’t. Some believe in the Bogeyman, some don’t. Some believe in the paranormal, and some don’t.
It’s been a while since there was a horror movie that really made a viewer afraid to watch the screen. But what exactly is it about the horror genre that has always made us frightened. When thinking about horror movies of past decades, what was it that made these films frightening?
With Poltergeist being released on DVD & Blu-Ray, we take a look at some other classic horror reimaginings. The Grudge The Grudge was very successfully re-made for just two short years after the original Japanese version came out by the same Director, Takashi Shimizu. Synopsis: Starring Sarah Michelle Gellar as Karen Davis who is an American Nurse moves to Tokyo and encounter a supernatural spirit who is vengeful and often...