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Incarnate (2016)

This horror movie tries to set itself apart from other recent demon-possession movies by inventing an interesting new mythology, but eventually it gets tired, bogged down and lost in its own rulebook. Aaron Eckhart tries his best in the lead role, as a scruffy, wheelchair-bound man that has lost everything, but his efforts seem to exist in a void. No one else seems to have even shown up for work, certainly not director Brad Peyton (Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, San Andreas), who mainly seems intent on keeping the horrors from stretching beyond the PG-13 realm. read more...
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Incarnate (2016)

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  • With: Araon Eckhart, Carice van Houten, Catalina Sandino Moreno, David Mazouz, Keir O’Donnell, Matt Nable, John Pirruccello
  • Written by: Ronnie Christensen
  • Directed by: Brad Peyton
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of horror violence, terror, disturbing images, brief strong language, sensuality and thematic elements
  • Running Time: 91 minutes
  • Release Date: 12/01/2016
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House of the Long Shadows (1983)

Producers Yoram Globus and Menahem Golan gave the veteran English horror filmmaker Pete Walker a chance to assemble some of the great horror stars who were still around in 1983 and make a new movie, to be distributed by Cannon Films. Vincent Price, Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, and John Carradine came on board, but the problem is that none of them got the lead role. That went to -- wait for it -- Desi Arnaz Jr. He plays a cocky young writer who bets that he can write a best-seller in 24 hours, if only he has a quiet place to work. He is sent to a remote mansion that is, strangely, not quite deserted. It happens to be the one night that a bizarre family has returned for a kind of hideous reunion; and no one is quite who he claims to be. The atmosphere is impressive, and story isn't too bad, but Arnaz acts like an entitled jerk throughout, bossing everyone around and being generally uncouth. Thankfully, those four great old guys are real gentlemen. Kino Lorber released this on Blu-ray in 2015; the disc includes commentary tracks by Walker and film historian David Del Valle, an interview with Walker, and trailers. read more...
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House of the Long Shadows (1983)

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  • With: Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Desi Arnaz Jr., John Carradine, Sheila Keith, Julie Peasgood, Richard Todd, Louise English, Richard Hunter, Norman Rossington
  • Written by: Michael Armstrong, based on a novel by Earl Derr Biggers, and a play by George M. Cohan
  • Directed by: Pete Walker
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Running Time: 100 minutes
  • Release Date: 06/16/1983
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Voodoo Man (1944)

Surely this must be one of Bela Lugosi's most wretched "B" movies, but it's so ridiculous that it makes me laugh, and Lugosi is always worth watching (not to mention John Carradine in a simpering lackey role). The plot is mind-bendingly dumb: Dr. Richard Marlowe (Lugosi) lures beautiful girls to his hideout using a fake detour sign and hypnotism. Then he tries to use their life essence to revive his dead wife. In an early "meta" touch, the hero is a Hollywood movie writer, whose character delivers the very funny last line. It's directed by the legendary William "One Shot" Beaudine, who could finish a "B" movie faster than anyone, quality be damned. Olive Films released Voodoo Man on Blu-ray! read more...
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Voodoo Man (1944)

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  • With: Bela Lugosi, John Carradine, George Zucco, Wanda McKay, Louise Currie, Tod Andrews, Ellen Hall, Terry Walker, Mary Currier, Claire James, Henry Hall, Dan White, Pat McKee, Mici Goty
  • Written by: Robert Charles
  • Directed by: William Beaudine
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Running Time: 62 minutes
  • Release Date: 01/20/2016
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Madhouse (1974)

Telling a story not too far removed from Theater of Blood (1973), Madhouse stars Vincent Price as an actor named Paul Toombes (get it? "tombs"?). A veteran of horror films (clips of his Roger Corman/Poe movies are used), Toombes is mainly known for playing a character called Doctor Death (with skull-face makeup and teeth painted on his lips). In the prologue, everything seems to be going great for him, but a girl is unexpectedly murdered and Toombes looks like the killer. He is acquitted, but retreats from the limelight, tormented by what happened. Years later, he reluctantly returns for a new Dr. Death TV series, and lo and behold, the murders start happening again, with Toombes painted to look like the killer. read more...
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Madhouse (1974)

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  • With: Vincent Price, Peter Cushing, Robert Quarry, Adrienne Corri, Natasha Pyne, Michael Parkinson, Linda Hayden, Barry Dennen, Ellis Dale, Catherine Willmer, John Garrie, Ian Thompson, Jenny Lee Wright, Julie Crosthwaite
  • Written by: Ken Levison, Greg Morrison, based on a novel by Angus Hall
  • Directed by: Jim Clark
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Running Time: 89 minutes
  • Release Date: 12/03/1974
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Burn Witch Burn (1962)

Based on Fritz Leiber's 1943 beloved-by-horror-fans novel Conjure Wife, Sidney Hayers' Burn Witch Burn is a surprisingly well-made, black-and-white chiller despite its "B" movie origins. Two Twilight Zone writers, Richard Matheson and Charles Beaumont, adapted the screenplay, telling the story of Norman Taylor (Peter Wyngarde), a college professor who teaches his students that the supernatural does not exist. He's very successful, everyone adores him, and he's up for a promotion. At home, he discovers that his wife Tansy (Janet Blair) has hidden weird little talismans all over the house, spiders, shells, dolls, etc. He makes her burn everything, but then his luck takes a serious turn for the worse. Tansy also disappears, sending Norman on a frantic chase. The rich cinematography starts off on a rather normal, domestic note, but lets weird little things creep in, especially stone birds, leering from odd angles. (A nice touch has Norman backing into his classroom blackboard and accidentally erasing a crucial word from a sentence written there.) The sound design is also creepily effective. The wonderful Kathleen Byron (Black Narcissus) plays another teacher with secrets of her own. Voice actor Paul Frees provides a spoken introduction protecting the audience from the witchcraft to follow. Kino Lorber released it on Blu-ray in 2015. There's a 25-minute, sit-down interview with Wyngarde, a trailer, and a slow-burning commentary track with the late, great Matheson, who is one of my all-time favorite writers. read more...
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Burn Witch Burn (1962)

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  • With: Peter Wyngarde, Janet Blair, Margaret Johnston, Anthony Nicholls, Colin Gordon, Kathleen Byron, Reginald Beckwith, Jessica Dunning, Norman Bird, Judith Stott, Bill Mitchell
  • Written by: Charles Beaumont, Richard Matheson, based on a novel by Fritz Leiber
  • Directed by: Sidney Hayers
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Running Time: 90 minutes
  • Release Date: 04/24/1962
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