If you are about to have a child, you really should watch The Omen, a cautionary tale for first time parents.
If you have sex, you’re gonna die. Or get something… that’s what It Follows is about, right?
There is a podcast episode that as soon as you finish it, the phone rings, and a voice tells you you will subscribe to the show within seven days. Believe it, or don’t. This week we take a look at The Ring.
The success of horror and slasher films in the ’80s, owe all their success to John Carptenter’s Halloween from 1978.
Everyone knows that when confronted with a horror movie situation, the first thing you do is GET OUT!
Cameras in noses! Kids running in the dark with cameras! A witch in the woods! What could go wrong? This week we take a look a the 1999 hit, The Blair Witch Project.
Millennials. That’s the focus this week on Zach on Film. Oh wait, we’re talking about St. Elmo’s Fire which came out in 1985, so there’s no way this would still be relevant to today’s society, right?
Stay gold, Ponyboy… stay gold… This week, Francis Ford Coppola directs Tom Cruise, Rob Lowe, C. Thomas Howell, Patrick Swayze, Matt Dillion, Emilio Estevez, and Ralph Macchio in The Outsiders.
The Russians have invaded! What will a group of high schoolers do? WOLVERINES! John Milius’ Red Dawn in this week’s Zach on Film.
Zach has been absent nine times… NINE TIMES… so it is time to look and see what he is up to as we explore Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
Is it the most defining and inspiring film of indie film creators? We’ll discuss this and more as we take on Kevin Smith’s Clerks.
Oil. Power. Religion. Family. Corruption! There Will Be Blood in this week’s Zach on Film.
Is The Black Hole the worst movie of all time, or simply a movie that tried its best, but didn’t have a clear direction?
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