Tag: Poltergeist

Poltergeist Movie Film

The Erosion of Family in the ‘Poltergeist’ Films

“The ‘Poltergeist’ films will remain eternally relevant as long as America and other countries keep making the same tragic mistakes over and over again, building their own haunted houses for spirits to eventually consume from within.”

Eli Roth Replaces Trademark Irreverence with Quiet Reverence for ‘The House with a Clock in Its Walls’

“Ultimately, it seems that the film’s pleasant and inoffensive affect is exactly what Roth intends. The work is unassuming, competently handled and ably colored within its established lines. It aims clearly and unwaveringly to please a young target audience.”

Devious Dialogues: Mike Thorn and Anya Stanley on the ‘Insidious’ Franchise

“Well, we’re definitely in agreement that ‘Chapter 2’ is the best of the series!”

The Various Representations of Dogs in the Horror Genre

“Dogs are a huge asset to the horror genre, as menaces and as loyal comrades.”

Review: Gil Kenan’s ‘Poltergeist’

“This Poltergeist is an efficient, amiably entertaining riff on an established thrill ride, but the film does little to spook long-term.”