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12 Days of Killmas Episode 8: Jack Frost

Throughout the month of October, Shock Till You Drop and CraveOnline partnered for the original review series Kings of Horror in which myself and William Bibbiani of Crave and the B-Movies Podcast spent every day looking at a Stephen King film. Now, we’re back with the 12 Days of Killmas.

The concept here? We’re forced to review 12 Christmas-themed horror movies by a mysterious stalker. Good or bad, we’ve got to watch them and review them or pay the price

12 Days of Killmas Episode 7: Elves

Throughout the month of October, Shock Till You Drop and CraveOnline partnered for the original review series Kings of Horror in which myself and William Bibbiani of Crave and the B-Movies Podcast spent every day looking at a Stephen King film. Now, we’re back with the 12 Days of Killmas.

The concept here?

We’re forced to review 12 Christmas-themed horror movies by a mysterious stalker. Good or bad, we’ve got to watch them and review them or pay the price

12 Days of Killmas Episode 6: Silent Night, Deadly Night 2

?Throughout the month of October, Shock Till You Drop and CraveOnline partnered for the original review series Kings of Horror in which myself and William Bibbiani of Crave and the B-Movies Podcast spent every day looking at a Stephen King film. Now, we’re back with the 12 Days of Killmas.

The concept here? We’re forced to review 12 Christmas-themed horror movies by a mysterious stalker. Good or bad, we’ve got to watch them and review them or pay the price

12 Days of Killmas Episode 5: Don’t Open Till Christmas

?Throughout the month of October, Shock Till You Drop and CraveOnline partnered for the original review series Kings of Horror in which myself and William Bibbiani of Crave and the B-Movies Podcast spent every day looking at a Stephen King film. Now, we’re back with the 12 Days of Killmas.

The concept here? We’re forced to review 12 Christmas-themed horror movies by a mysterious stalker. Good or bad, we’ve got to watch them and review them or pay the price

12 Days of Killmas Episode 4: Silent Night, Deadly Night

Throughout the month of October, Shock Till You Drop and CraveOnline partnered for the original review series Kings of Horror in which myself and William Bibbiani of Crave and the B-Movies Podcast spent every day looking at a Stephen King film. Now, we’re back with the 12 Days of Killmas. The concept here? We’re forced to review 12 Christmas-themed horror movies by a mysterious stalker. Good or bad, we’ve got to watch them and review them or pay the price

12 Days of Killmas Episode 3: Gremlins

Throughout the month of October, Shock Till You Drop and CraveOnline partnered for the original review series Kings of Horror in which myself and William Bibbiani of Crave and the B-Movies Podcast spent every day looking at a Stephen King film. Now, we’re back with the 12 Days of Killmas.

The concept here? We’re forced to review 12 Christmas-themed horror movies by a mysterious stalker. Good or bad, we’ve got to watch them and review them or pay the price

12 Days of Killmas Episode 2: Christmas Evil

Throughout the month of October, Shock Till You Drop and CraveOnline partnered for the original review series Kings of Horror in which myself and William Bibbiani of Crave and the B-Movies Podcast spent every day looking at a Stephen King film. Now, we’re back with the 12 Days of Killmas. The concept here? We’re forced to review 12 Christmas-themed horror movies. Good or bad, we’ve got to watch them and review them.

Yesterday, we celebrated the masterpiece Black Christmas. Today, we look at the 1980 film Christmas Evil, written and directed by Lewis Jackson.

The 12 Days of Killmas Begins Here With Black Christmas!

Throughout the month of October, Shock Till You Drop and CraveOnline partnered for the original review series Kings of Horror in which myself and William Bibbiani of Crave and the B-Movie Podcast spent every day looking at a Stephen King film. The series was a success, which we were very thankful for, so we decided to collaborate on something new for the holidays…

12 Days of Killmas.

Kings of Horror: Blooper Edition

Kings of Horror is complete, now it’s time to bust our balls.  After the jump, check out a good ol’ blooper reel because, well, sometimes my co-host William Bibbiani and I screwed up.  Well, I screwed up.  A lot.  

In case you were not following all last month, Kings of Horror was a month-long series in which myself and CraveOnline’s William Bibbiani (@williambibbiani) reflect on the big screen theatrical offerings of Stephen King’s works.

It was a lot of fun to do and we’re currently at work on something else similar to this.

The Final Kings of Horror: Carrie 2013

Kings of Horror is a month-long series in which ShockTillYouDrop.com’s Ryan Turek (@_RyanTurek) and CraveOnline’s William Bibbiani (@williambibbiani) reflect on the big screen theatrical offerings of Stephen King’s works.

Episode one began with Brian De Palma’s Carrie and, today, after many, many, many days, the series ends with this year’s remake of Carrie by Kimberly Peirce.

How have Bibbs and Turek held up after this month?  Is their sanity in check?  Did they like the remake?  Head inside and find out!

Kings of Horror Episode 30: The Mist

Kings of Horror is a month-long series in which ShockTillYouDrop.com’s Ryan Turek (@_RyanTurek) and CraveOnline’s William Bibbiani (@williambibbiani) reflect on the big screen theatrical offerings of Stephen King’s works.

31 days, 31 films, 31 reviews!  The series began with Carrie and will end with the Carrie redo.

The divisive adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist is the topic of today’s discussion.  Did Frank Darabont nail it?

Kings of Horror Episode 29: 1408

Kings of Horror is a month-long series in which ShockTillYouDrop.com’s Ryan Turek (@_RyanTurek) and CraveOnline’s William Bibbiani (@williambibbiani) reflect on the big screen theatrical offerings of Stephen King’s works.

31 days, 31 films, 31 reviews!  The series began with Carrie and will end with the Carrie redo.

The supernatural thriller 1408, starring John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson, is on the slab today.  What did Bibbs and Turek think of it?  Head inside and find out!

Kings of Horror Episode 28: Riding the Bullet

It’s the final week of Kings of Horror!

Kings of Horror is a month-long series in which ShockTillYouDrop.com’s Ryan Turek (@_RyanTurek) and CraveOnline’s William Bibbiani (@williambibbiani) reflect on the big screen theatrical offerings of Stephen King’s works.

31 days, 31 films, 31 reviews!  The series began with Carrie and will end with the Carrie redo.

Today, episode 28 goes to the Mick Garris-directed Riding the Bullet.  To catch up on every episode to date, click here!

Kings of Horror Episode 26: Dreamcatcher

Kings of Horror is entering the final stretch (booooo!) and today’s episode focuses on the totally insane Dreamcatcher, written by Lawrence Kasdan of The Empire Strikes Back and the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII.  Yee-haw!

Kings of Horror is a month-long series in which ShockTillYouDrop.com’s Ryan Turek (@_RyanTurek) and CraveOnline’s William Bibbiani (@williambibbiani) reflect on the big screen theatrical offerings of Stephen King’s works.

31 days, 31 films, 31 reviews!  The series began with Carrie and will end with the Carrie redo.

Kings of Horror Episode 25: The Rage – Carrie 2

Were you someone who thought the remake was a new “low” for the Stephen King property?  Clearly you haven’t seen The Rage: Carrie 2, the subject of today’s Kings of Horror.

Kings of Horror a month-long series in which ShockTillYouDrop.com’s Ryan Turek (@_RyanTurek) and CraveOnline’s William Bibbiani (@williambibbiani) reflect on the big screen theatrical offerings of Stephen King’s works.  31 days, 31 films, 31 reviews!  

The series began with Carrie and will end with the Carrie remake.

Kings of Horror Episode 24: The Night Flier

Miguel Ferrer is a tabloid reporter on the trail of a vampire with a pilot’s license in Mark Pavia’s The Night Flier. Bibbs and Ryan tell you if that’s good or not on Kings of Horror.

Kings of Horror a month-long series in which ShockTillYouDrop.com’s Ryan Turek (@_RyanTurek) and CraveOnline’s William Bibbiani (@williambibbiani) reflect on the big screen theatrical offerings of Stephen King’s works.  31 days, 31 films, 31 reviews!  

The series began with Carrie and will end with the Carrie remake.