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The Old Fashioned Cherry Coke is the Favorite Fountain Drink at The Max Theatres. Close second? The Beetlejuice.
In Alexandre Aja's Horns, Daniel Radcliffe's Ig finds himself wrongly accused of murdering the love of his life. Framed and desperate, he awakes one morning with horns sprouting out of his head and newfound Satanic powers. You can guess what happens next.
Although Ig's deal with the forces of Hell is left intentionally vague, it's another example in a long line of movies where the protagonist (or someone close to the protagonist) gives up their soul to get something they desire. So join us, won't you, as we take a quick tour through the decades and examine some of the more memorable times that movie characters have sold their soul to the Devil.
The Reason for Soul Selling: Faust's hometown is beset by the plague, which is causing...
Welcome to The Last Horror Blog, a biweekly column on all things horror.
When one thinks about the Halloween franchise, the first thing that springs to mind is Michael Myers and his quest to kill his sister Laurie Strode (and later, her daughter). Myers is one of the screen’s all-time great bogeymen, a silent slasher hidden behind an emotionless, modified William Shatner mask. Myers makes the Halloween franchise special, but it’s always been my contention that the films genuinely work as well as they do (yes, even the much maligned sequels) not because of the killer, but because of the man chasing the killer.
Donald Pleasence’s Dr. Sam Loomis doesn’t get all the guts and glory in the Halloween franchise, but the doctor who first tried to...