[Review] A Look back at Alone in the Dark 1982

Alone in the Dark is one of the most unknown horror films, but hopefully, our review will change that. It’s a lost masterpiece that’s worth seeing by as many people as possible. According to my information, Alone in the Dark was largely scorned during its original theatrical run, either being compared to Halloween and Friday the 13th or perceived as substandard in some way. Despite all the original negative feedback on the film, I think that the film is totally worthy of your viewing, it’s 80s slasher to the core. The plot revolves around a psychoanalyst named Dan Potter taking …

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‘Slumber Party Massacre’ Movie Review

Due to Shout! Studios announcing a remake of ‘Slumber Party Massacre’ will be releasing this year, we at Horrorfacts thought we would take a look at the original 1982 film.     When ‘Slumber Party Massacre’ was first conceived, writer Rita Mae Brown intended it to be a parody of the slasher genre, titling it, ‘Sleepless Nights.’   Brown, who was known for being a feminist writer/activist, had intended for the film to break away from the stereotypical helpless female characters that had become the standard in the horror genre. Up to this point, women in horror were typically portrayed as …

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