Stephen King adaptations don’t get much better than Mary Lambert’s 1989 flick, Pet Sematary. Ghastly ghosts, zombie cats, terrifying secret sisters and a toddler doing damage with a scalpel, this flick’s got it all. Not to mention truck drivers singing Ramones, Fred Gwynne being rad, and sacred Indian burial grounds…
The Gore factor for Pet Sematary is 5 Buckets of Blood. Run for the barf bag folks.
Julia gave this movie 5 Chainsaws which means she thinks it is Fantastigorical.
Marion gave this movie 4.5 Chainsaws.
The power of Christ compels you…to listen to this episode where Julia and Marion delve into the 1973 extreme horror classic, The Exorcist. Beautifully written, shot and acted, and scary […]
Join Marion and Julia as they discuss the little seen 1981 horror flick, Final Exam, which not only involves one of the greatest horror characters ever written (Radish ROCKS) but […]
Marion Kerr and Julia Marchese, best friends since college, talk about the origins of their horror movie love, and begin to delve into their Horror Movie Notebook, starting with the […]