They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, but in the case of horror movies you can get a good idea of how scary it’s going to be by the first few minutes. Here’s a guide to unforgettable horror openers.
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Legendary director John Hughes remade the teen rom-com in his image throughout the 80s, so it’s not surprising that his filmic fellows would pay homage.
Take a trip to Shermer, IL this Saturday with Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Uncle Buck and Weird Science airing all day.
Catch Zombie Strippers starring Jenna Jameson tonight 9p.
Catch The Big Lebowski on Sun, Oct. 5 8p – part of IFC and Alamo Drafthouse presents “Complex Spirits” month.
“Watch the skies,” they say, but the seas are just as dangerous. In this feature, we’ll spotlight ten flicks where bad things happen feet-first.
Catch The Exorcist tonight 9p.
2004’s The Punisher was a solid take on the Marvel vigilante, but there’s some stuff you never knew about the flick. And here it is!
Did you know that Garfunkel and Oates was once a trio? Find out more on this week’s episode, but prep first by getting acquainted with these musicians who got booted from their bands before fame came calling.
On this week’s Garfunkel and Oates, Riki and Kate sing an ode to getting high… legally. Catch the episode Thursday 10p.