In the series James Rolfe, known for his role as Angry Video Game Nerd, reviews a horror movie in every single day of October.
Halloween starts early on Cinemassacre! Here’s a tribute to MonsterVision, a late night TV monster movie marathon from the 90′s. Also see my history of MonsterVision TV listings.
A tribute to the Crestwood House Monster Series, the books that introduced me to the classic monsters!
Get ready for Halloween! October 1st to 31st. Every day, a monster movie review! Yeah, I’m totally insane. Check out past year’s marathons here:
Monster Madness 2007: History of Horrors
Monster Madness 2008: Godzillathon
Monster Madness 2009
A tribute to the Universal Studios Monsters Classic Collection. Classic monster titles that “monster fans have been waiting to sink their teeth into. Now at a spook-tacular price to die for!”
Monster Madness starts October 1st!
This is a compilation of all the 1980′s themed reviews we did previously for Monster Madness “A History of Horror” in 2007.
Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness returns for it’s 8th year! This time, it’s back to basics, with simple movie reviews and no theme. Instead, a completely random free-for-all, like old times. You’ll never know what to expect!
Special thanks to MonsterBuster Entertainment for the kickass stop-motion animation.
Stop motion and visual effects - Torey Haas
Creature creator and director of photography – Tricia Gaulesky
Creature performers – Jay Holloway, Caitlin McPhail and Melissa Oulton
Grip – Jackson Baker
Also special thanks to Bill Ullo for the awesome animated graphics.
Due to popular request and all the Friday the 13th dates coming up, Cinemassacre will be reviewing all the Friday the 13th movies leading up to February 13th, and then March 13th.
Leading up to February, Friday the 13th, we check out Friday the 13th part 2 today.
Another Friday the 13th is sneaking up on us, coming in for the kill. Watch the rest of the reviews, this week, leading up until Friday (Jason X).
It’s the first day of Fall! Let’s get ready to celebrate the Halloween season, with the 9th annual Monster Madness! This time, it will be another random assortment of movie reviews. Classic horror, New horror, spanning the timeline from 1925-2015. I’ll take care of lots of major league horror titles, and answer many of last year’s requests from the fans. There’s lots of coverage of Roger Corman, George Romero, and also Academy Award winning horror films. There’s a big emphasize on public domain films, as well as unscripted videos with Mike in it. This time, Monster Madness will have a presence on YouTube, for the first time since it’s original incarnation! About a dozen of the videos will be Cinemassacre.com exclusives, but for YouTube, those days will be filled in with reruns and re-edits that have never before been seen on YouTube. So wherever you’re watching, you’ll be getting 31 videos!
For now, here’s a video showing the bumpers from all the past years, as well as a guide for newcomers.
"Crazy, am I? We'll see whether I'm crazy or not." In this next installment of Logos to life, you'll see the creation of the Monster Madness Logo from original artwork to 3d print. So press play and enjoy....if you dare!
Monster Madness Rerun. Overview of early silent public domain horror films. Cabinet of Dr. Calgari, Nosferatu, Phantom of the Opera, Frankenstein 1910, Haxan.
Monster Madness Rerun, covering the Universal Mummy franchise. This is a much shorter re-edit, from what was originally all separate videos and longer.
From Ridley Scott to James Cameron, and beyond, see this re-edit of all my Alien series reviews from Cinemassacre.com.
For everyone who remembers staying up late to watch horror movies on TV, this is a true re-creation of the classic TNT MonsterVision intro from 1993. Until now, the only videos of it on YouTube were of poor quality, from old VCR recordings. But now, Cinemassacre has gone through the effort of restoring the intro to its full glory.
This year's Monster Madness will be the 10th and the final marathon to include 31 movie reviews.
Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness X promo! This year is the 10th and final marathon. This year’s theme is different every day..
Top Ten Tuesdays
– Starts October 1st
SPECIAL THANKS to Justin Rakowski for the cool Monster Madness theme song!
It's Cinemassacre's Kongathon, a marathon of King Kong reviews leading up to the new film Skull Island. The schedule goes like this:
March 3 - The Classic Duology
March 4 - The Toho Duology
March 5 - The De Laurentiis Duology
March 6 - James & Mike Monday
March 7 - Peter Jackson's Kong
March 8 - Bonus movie review
March 10 - Skull Island
The Toho Duology:
King Kong Vs Godzilla (1962)
King Kong Escapes (1967)
Plus plenty of ramblings about Frankenstein and the German titles. Also the lost Japanese Kong films from the 30s.
Today's topic is the pair of Kong films from the Dino De Laurentiis company, both directed by John Guillerman. King Kong (1976) and King Kong Lives (1986). Also I talk about the Universal Studios Theme Park rides (Kongfrontation) and the legal disputes including the famous Universal Vs Nintendo, over Donkey Kong.
A review of Peter Jackson's King Kong (2005).
The hilarious cinematic attempts at cashing in on King Kong.
Cinemassacre reviews the new Kong: Skull Island (2017).
James and Mike do a feature-length commentary on the world’s first zombie film!
Rereleased 2015-10-26. Originally posted 2011-02-11.
Which Dracula movie adaptation is most faithful to the original Bram Stoker book?? I wanted a definitive answer, so I selected 12 contenders and put them up to the test. This counts theatrical and television, but no sequels, spinoffs, or spoofs.
1922 - Nosferatu "The silent version"
1931 - Dracula "The Lugosi version"
1931 - Dracula "The Spanish version"
1953 - Dracula in Instanbul “The Turkish version”
1958 - Dracula / Horror of Dracula "The Hammer version"
1970 - Bram Stoker's Count Dracula "The Jesus Franco version"
1973 - Bram Stoker's Dracula / Dracula "The Jack Palance version"
1977 - Count Dracula "The BBC '77 version"
1979 - Dracula "The Frank Langella version"
1979 - Nosferatu the Vampyre "The Nosferatu remake"
1992 - Bram Stoker's Dracula "Coppola's Dracula"
2006 - Dracula "The BBC '06 version”
Announcing Cinemassacre's Monster Madness 2019!!!
A NEW video EVERY day in October!! What kind of videos?
20 spine-tingling movie reviews
4 spooky James & Mike Mondays
4 blood-curdling Rental Reviews
2 freshly-killed Retail Reviews
...and an AVGN episode unlike anything The Nerd has done before!!
That’s 31 videos total staring October 1st....
to quench your horror thirst!!