Film Review - Willy's Wonderland
Minnesota Movie Ads - February 1988

Blu-ray Review - The Masque of the Red Death


Left with a usable set and some additional Edgar Allan Poe inspiration, director Alan Birkinshaw and screenwriter Michael J. Murray move from 1989's "The House of Usher" to "The Masque of the Red Death," hoping to squeeze a second picture out of the deal. Instead of going gothic with a faithful retelling of the original Poe story, the team elects to create a modern house party murder game with the elements, keeping the budget low and casting awkward as they attempt to execute a blunt slasher movie with little inspiration. Read the rest at


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