Tag Archives: Glen Morgan

‘X-Files’ Turns 30 This Month And Twice, Was My Salvation

I’ve been getting away from more standard retro-reviews lately. And this The X-Files retro will be no different. Maybe something along the lines of a “love letter” to a series that was a source of comfort for me. Tales of the Unexplained and Bizarre, But on the ‘Small Screen’ I grew …

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Willard (2003): A Man and His Rats Craft Rollicking Revenge


Unfortunately, Glen Morgan’s Willard seems a bit underrated. Then again, that surely fits the theme and overall feel of the story itself. Willard Stiles (Crispin Glover) is constantly mocked and humiliated by his life at home, and at work. Made into a misfit and the butt of life’s joke, Willard’s main …

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Ten Fun Facts About Glen Morgan’s ‘Black Christmas’ (2006)

He sees you when you’re sleeping… and he ain’t no Santa Claus. It’s been fifteen years since we were introduced to Billy and the girls at Delta Alpha Kappa sorority. If someone made me choose between the 1974’s original and the 2006 remake, I’d choose the original. However, Glen Morgan’s …

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Rock’s Chosen Warriors: Charles Martin Smith’s ‘Trick or Treat’ (1986) – Retro Review

“Rock’s chosen warriors will rule the apocalypse!” October 24, 2021, marks the the thirty-fifth anniversary of the release of veteran character actor Charles Martin Smith’s directorial debut, 1986’s heavy metal horror flick, Trick or Treat. (another PopHorror writer’s thoughts on the film). The film flashes its metal bona fides often, …

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‘Trick or Treat’ (1986) A Rock & Roll Retro Review

The two best things about the 1980s were the rip-roaring, sex driven hair metal bands and totally gnarly horror movies. Trick or Treat combined them both in one of the most infamous horror comedies of all time. Whether you like this film or not, one thing’s for sure… you will …

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