The Terrible Triple Feature

TRIPLE FEATURE TUESDAY: Cops Stuck in Buildings

(Explanation Video)

1. Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)

TRIPLE FEATURE TUESDAY: Cops Stuck in Buildings

Our Menu includes:

1. Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)

2. The Raid: Redemption

3. Dredd

Currently watching the Devil wake up…

Currently watching the Devil wake up…

Alright, break’s over…

Alright, break’s over…

Just finished watching…

TRIPLE FEATURE TUESDAY: “We’re Supposed to Sympathize with Whom?”

1. Rob Zombie’s Halloween (2007)

TRIPLE FEATURE TUESDAY: Fights So Hard They Hurt the Audience

2. They Live (1988)

THE FIGHT!

TRIPLE FEATURE TUESDAY: Fights So Hard They Hurt the Audience

1. The Wrestler (2008)

2. They Live (1988)

3. Eastern Promises (2007)

(Dis)Honorable Mention: Django Unchained (2012)

Escape from New York by Giannis Milonoglannis
Snake Pliskin by Fiona Staples

Triple Feature Tuesday: Cabins Full of Horror References

1. Cabin Fever (2002)

Eli Roth’s directorial debut is chock full of juicy references to The Evil Dead, John Carpenter’s The Thing, Last House on the Left, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre among many others while adding new levels of psychological terror and gore with an adorable little flesh-eating virus.

And now back to darker pastures…

And now back to darker pastures…

And now…
I love the end of the first one: “He could be anywhere…..”
Beginning of number 2: “Oh, wait.  He’s right over there!”

And now…

I love the end of the first one: “He could be anywhere…..”

Beginning of number 2: “Oh, wait.  He’s right over there!”

Currently watching…

Currently watching…

Triple Feature Tuesday: Nancy Loomis and John Carpenter Were Bosom Buddies

3. The Fog (1980)