Tag Archives: Gary Busey

‘The Hitchhiker:’ (1983 – 1991) – The Dark Passenger of Cable Television

The Hitchhiker

Somewhere between Rod Serling and The Crypt Keeper, wandering down the darkest roads of the human psyche, was The Hitchhiker. HBO’s first stab at a horror/thriller anthology series ran successfully from 1983 to 1987, then continued its reign on the USA Network from 1989 to 1991. Yet, we don’t hear or …

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Stephen King’s ‘Silver Bullet’ (1985) – Still Tearing Us To Pieces 35 Years Later

Stephen King’s Silver Bullet may have been one of the first horror movies I’ve ever seen, and I fell in love with it. As a young child, there was nothing scarier—or cooler—to me than werewolves. Vampires were scary, yes, but you could speak to them and possibly barter with them. …

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All Hail Full Moon Pictures: An Interview with Charles Band

I’ve had the privilege of interviewing a plethora of talented people over the last few years, and it’s been an honor. Each time an opportunity comes up, I’m taken back and honored. Recently, I was asked to interview the one and only Charles Band, something that I never dreamed of …

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The GingerDead Man (2005) Not A Crummy Retro Review

As I’m thinking back to the year 2005, I remember a lot of great horror movies that came out that year. You have Hostel, The Devil’s Rejects, The Descent, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, and franchise favorite SAW II. I never considered myself to be a mainstream horror movie snob. However, …

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Review – GINGERDEAD MAN 2 (2008)

So I wasn’t a fan of The Gingerdead Man (can you blame me?). Aside from the beginning with Gary Busey being Gary Busey, I found the flick to be a pretty dull affair that took itself too seriously given the material at hand. Come on, a fucking killer gingerbread man? …

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