Tag Archives: John Saxon

Argento’s Return To Giallo In Ultra HD: ‘TENEBRAE’ (1982) 4K Review

Italian maestro Dario Argento, after experimenting with supernatural horror, returned to the genre he helped define with 1982’s Tenebrae. An admitted Itali-horror fanatic, I already owned this masterwork in two separate Blu-ray releases, Arrow UK and Synapse. However, with Synapse’s new 4K treatment, I was more than happy to revisit …

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Interview With ‘The Scout’ Writer/Director Michael Kallio

The Scout is a found footage horror film that takes the perspective of an in-progress, behind-the-scenes documentary on a fictional, micro budget horror film gone wrong. We wanted to share our chat with Writer/Director Michael Kallio about the film. PopHorror: Hi Michael! Thank you so much for agreeing to do …

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A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors: Best Horror Sequel Ever?

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors is a treasure trove of kick-ass concepts, blending horror with supernatural fantasy twists and turns, humor, mystery, a monster, and a satisfying tinge of coming-of-age 1980s drama. Sure, many prefer the original Wes Craven film, but some still hold Chuck Russell’s Dream …

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25 Years of Sleepless Nights – Why We Love ‘Wes Craven’s A New Nightmare’

Getting a good night’s sleep has never been the same for horror fans since Wes Craven changed the game in 1984 with A Nightmare on Elm Street. Slashers and monsters were nothing new, but a villain that could kill you in your sleep kicked the terror up a whole new level. …

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Freddy Krueger: How His Evil Evolved #3 – ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors’ (1987)

One of horror’s greatest Part IIIs, Chuck Russell’s A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987 – read our retro review here) is largely successful for expanding upon Freddy’s backstory, broadening his powers and exploring the mental architecture of the dreamscape. By this point in the series, Freddy Krueger …

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‘Wes Craven’s New Nightmare’ 25th Anniversary: Strengths and Weaknesses

Wes Craven's New Nightmare

Originally released on October 14, 1994, Wes Craven’s New Nightmare offered a fresh, daring take on the Freddy Krueger character… or something like it. You see, New Nightmare is technically a Freddy movie, yet it definitely isn’t. The villain is actually an entity that takes the form of Freddy, because it …

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