Tag Archives: Prequel

‘Dracul’ by JD Barker and Dacre Stoker – Book Review

I’ve always loved vampires. Bram Stoker brought to life the most infamous vampire of all: Count Dracula. When Stoker submitted Dracula to his publisher, he included a preface indicating, “The events here described really took place.” This was during the time of Jack the Ripper, so his publisher took out …

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Review – LEATHERFACE (2017)

Of all the horror franchises, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre has been one of the most execrable. Starting at a very high point in 1974, the series has done absolutely nothing but go straight down the shitter like a mushy turd (aside from a stubborn floater here and there). When it …

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Review – THE THING (2011)

If it ain’t a remake/reboot disgracing your local theaters, then it’s studio execs second favorite cash cow: the prequel. Despite prequels claiming to tell the story before the story, they seem more like ways to remake a flick without the stigma of being a remake. At least that seems to …

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