The Raven: 31 Days of Horror

Turning Poe’s poem into a full-length cinematic property approaches the definition of insanity. Marketing shorthand dictates that Poe has been a successful cinematic commodity, and therefore more Poe must be produced to make the dollars — but only a small segment of the population legitimately cares whether the film uses the original text. There’s a reason that three “adaptations” of The Raven exist and none of them approach the material earnestly. 

31 Days of Horror: Dead and Buried

31+ Days of Horror. 33 Horror Movies. 33 Reviews. Hooptober Challenges and Bonus Tasks. View my 2016 Cinema Shame/Hoop-Tober Watch Pile Shame-a-thon Statement here. Nature of Dead & Buried Shame: Unseen (and two-years borrowed) Blu-ray Hoop-tober Challenge Checklist: Decade: 1980’s Because Cinemonster told me to   #30. Dead and Buried (1981)   …