Halloween H20 was an attempt to realign a series that had gotten way off track, but did the return of Laurie Strode bring back the feeling of the original? Find out in the latest episode of The Last Theater’s Halloween franchise retrospective!
The sixth Halloween was cursed before the movie ever hit theaters, but did the behind-the-scenes shenanigans completely derail this installment of the franchise? Find out as we discuss Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers!
Michael Myers returned to theaters in 1989 in the fifth Halloween movie, but is his quest for revenge worth watching? Find out with our look at Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers!
Ten years later, Michael Myers returned to Haddonfield. Return to The Last Theater with chris and Joey as they discuss Halloween 4 in the fourth installment of their Halloween franchise retrospective!
Chris and Joey discuss the outlier of the Halloween series, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, in episode three of their Halloween franchise retrospective!
The Shape is still on the loose, so chris and Joey have returned to Haddonfield on Halloween night to discuss the second film in the franchise, Halloween II from 1981.
In part one of The Last Theater’s franchise retrospective of Halloween, chris and Joey discuss the near-perfect original from 1978, John Carpenter’s Halloween.
Brightburn is a twisted version of the superhero origin story we’ve grown accustomed to over the years. It’s been advertised as a horror movie first and a superhero movie second. But is it scary? Does it even work as a horror movie or as a superhero story? Find out my thoughts as I discuss Brightburn in episode 23 of The Last Theater.
Netflix’s new interpretation of Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House is chilling, heart-wrenching, dramatic, and at times rather scary. Listen to episode 22 of The Last Theater podcast for my take on what worked well, what fell a little flat, and how this new interpretation stacks up to the source material and some of its other adaptations.
We have reached the end, the end of it all. Join chris and Joey as they discuss the final film in John Carpenter’s Apocalypse Trilogy, In the Mouth of Madness! With such great movies to live up to, can In the Mouth of Madness live up to the standard set by The Thing and Prince of Darkness, or does the world finally end with a whimper? Listen as we share our thoughts in episode 21 of the Last Theater podcast!