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It's the Booze Talkin: The future of Hellraiser can be on the small screen!

Aside from the typical theatrical experience, there was a time when you’d find a cool looking VHS box, you'd rent it, and you were likely disappointed by what you just watched. However, today we are seeing a surprisingly impressive list of titles that go straight to the small screen. This includes the decent - but not great - Leatherface, and the little doll that kills...

Nick Groff & Elizabeth Saint Launch Visionary Streaming Network VIDI Space!

We at AITH are always excited to follow Nick Groff and his thrilling paranormal endeavors. As a friend to the site, he has shared a ton of cool events in addition to news on the popular series Paranormal Lockdown. However, we are absolutely thrilled to share his latest announcement. This coming Monday, January 8th, Nick and Elizabeth Saint (Ghosts of Shepherdstown) are launching VIDI...

We talk Insidious: The Last Key w/ Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell & Adam Robitel!

I’ve been a fan of the INSIDIOUS franchise from the very beginning. Since the original film, we’ve witnessed a number of spooky events terrorizing innocent families. Yet this time, in the third sequel, we find that the one being haunted is series regular Elise Rainier - once again played by the extraordinary Lin Shaye. With the focus on Elise and her pals, Specs and Tucker...

It's the Booze Talkin', We should give the Suspiria remake a chance!

The word remake has become a bit of a bad sign for some. Many don’t want to see their favorite movies' remade, but frankly it’s a losing battle. Just about every movie from HALLOWEEN to PSYCHO to what ever other movie you loved as a kid has had the treatment. At this point it feels like everything is going to get an update, for better or worse. And one upcoming...

It's the Booze Talkin: The future of horror is nostalgia!

It’s safe to say that nostalgia has always played a major part in the Hollywood machine. Maybe it’s a classic novel brought to life, or simply a story that reminds audiences of another time. Yet today, it appears that nostalgia has become smart business. It didn’t start with Stranger Things, but the critically acclaimed series presented solid evidence that we as a...

We talk The Shape of Water with Guillermo del Toro, Doug Jones and more!

I’ll never forget the first time I saw PAN’S LABYRINTH. I was already a fan of Guillermo del Toro before, thanks to HELLBOY and CRONOS, but that incredible film inspired me like few others. Since then, we’ve seen fantastic work from the writer/director, but even I wasn’t ready for his latest romantic creation. THE SHAPE OF WATER is sensational. Starring the...

AITH takes on the return of 28 Days Later at the Saban Theatre in LA!

† Halloween may be over, but most genre fans donít limit their viewing pleasure to simply the month of October. This past November, Iíve spent quite a bit of time with Danny Boyle's†deadly virus frights†in†28 DAYS LATERÖ A few weeks ago, we dedicated a Booze Talkiní column to the film and the possibility of a sequel. And now, with Halloween and Thanksgiving in the rearview, I had...

It's the Booze Talkin': Are Fan Films the wave of the future for horror?

As a horror fan, Iíve been especially forgiving on certain genre franchise films. Weíve had more than our fair share of crappy sequels to classic scary movies, and I am more than willing to sit through each and every one of them. Why? Perhaps itís the nostalgia factor of growing up on guys like Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, Freddy Kreuger and Pinhead. In fact, that is likely the main...

It's the Booze Talkin: Give us a second sequel to 28 DAYS LATER!

Danny Boyle was already on my list as one of the most exciting young directors working in Hollywood by the time 28 DAYS LATER… took hold of horror fans. While the modern genre classic arrived in 2002, Boyle had already given us the incredible SHALLOW GRAVE (1994) and TRAINSPOTTING (1996) to prove his merits. Up until then, you would have never believed the guy who introduced us...

Radius (Movie Review)

PLOT: When a man wakes up from a car crash, he comes to the nightmarish realization that everyone that gets in a 50-foot radius of him will die. Everyone that is, except one woman who survived the same accident. REVIEW: There is something special about stepping into a film completely fresh, and having it really inspire and excite you. In fact, it is rare that I don’t...

It's the Booze Talkin': We are more than ready for Trick r' Treat 2!

Halloween is finally here. And we at AITH have been talking extensively about the upcoming HALLOWEEN sequel due in theatres next October. And since the holiday has officially arrived, there is one other sequel that many a horror fan has been looking forward to. Yet it was a film that had to really work for its minor success. Even after a fantastic trailer for the film, folks...

AITH Takes on Shaun of the Dead at The Greek Theatre in Hollywood!

Do you remember the first time you experienced Edgar Wright’s brilliantly funny and surprisingly scary SHAUN OF THE DEAD? A few fans were already aware of the filmmaker, courtesy of his cult series Spaced, but It’s a safe bet nobody was prepared for what was to come. Released in the US on September 24, 2004, this modern take on a zombie invasion became one of the most...

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