The "Feast" Trilogy

@Ventspleen2014 takes a peak into the sick world of John Gulager and co and finds out whether the Feast trilogy is a sumptuous banquet or a dogs dinner...Feast was released in 2005 and is a result of Project Greenlight's third season. The project runs a competition with the winner having their project made into a... Continue Reading →

When Remakes Go To Hell: The Evil Dead

Ahead of Haddonfield's Horror Watch of both the original and reboot of (The) Evil Dead @ventspleen er vents spleen about why the original is the bestSam Raimi's horror classics Evil Dead and Evil Dead 2 are two of my favourite horror films. Made on a shoe string budget, they catapulted both Raimi and, long time... Continue Reading →

Alfred Hitchcock- International Man of Mystery

 @ventspleen2014 explores the strange and mysterious world of Alfred Hitchcock ahead of our Horror Watch on Thursday...I am very excited to be hosting our first Horror Watch session with a viewing of two classic Hitchcock films. Hitchcock was an undesputed master of suspense and his ability to hold an audience on the edge of their... Continue Reading →

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