Tuesday, April 28, 2009

The Devil Rejects Movie Review!

Hello all and Happy Halfway to Halloween to you. Now first off we want to say that Haunted History Month was turned out great and we want to thank you guys for all the good feedback on it as well. This week we have a great horror film to review for you guys. We are reviewing "The Devils Rejects"
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The Devil Rejects was one of it's kind. It was very funny at times and it had it's graphic scenes in it as well. Now it was just like any Rob Zombie film their was a lot of swearing,nudity and language. But that dose not ruin the film. This movie was kinda just like Rob Zombies first movie "House of 1000 Corpses" but it was more like the movie actually happened. That's why I like this film because it was something you would see in the news. Another good thing about The Devil Rejects was that the actors were so crazy in it. They brought chills to me because they just acted like real sick killers. Their was a lot of good scenes in it very good. Their were no bad scenes in the whole movie. I enjoyed every bit of it The Devil Rejects and I hope you will too.
So we will give it a good 6 out of 6 skulls for The Devil Rejects!
News: We just wanted to inform all of you that we got a new sponsor for the club. Our new sponsor is Urban Legends Haunted Attraction. Now what I have herd their a great haunted attraction. Their out in Warren Michigan and you can reach them at www.haunted8mile.com
We would like to thank you for reading and have a good week!

Monday, April 27, 2009


This week we will be having a Rob Zombies movie review of Devils Reject's
With a new style of horror movie reviews.
also we got a new sponsor so will tell who it is on the next edtion of Horror NEWs

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

History of Horror Movies!

Hello all,we hope your having a great week so far. This week is the ending of our Haunted History Month. This week were writing about the History of Horror Movies. Now were not going to talk about the very beginning of horror movies. Were going to talk about when horror movies got popular.

Horror movies started to get very popular in the 1930's trough the 1940's. Many American producers started too create Horror Movies such producers like Universal Pictures. Universal was the foundation of horror movies. They brought the hit horror movie classics like Dracula in 1931,The Mummy in 1932 those movies started what we would call Gothic Horror Movies. Those films were one of the most scariest films people at that time would ever seen next too Frankenstein which came out in 1910 which Boris Karloff played as the Monster. In the 1940's Universal was still creating classics like The Wolf man in 1941 and also made sequels too Frankenstein.
But in 1950's and 1960's Horror movies would get a huge change. Since their were some big changes in television in the 50's. Some horror movies were being broadcast in color. Their were tons and tons of Horror Movies and SCFI movies being made in the 50's. But one of the best Horror Movies came in the 60's when Alford Hitchcock's Psycho was made it was the first movie that instead of monsters or ghost it was Humans doing the scaring. Another Hitchcock's film in this time was The Birds(1963) was made. Another huge change in Horror Films was George A. Romero's made Night of the Living Dead in 1968. Night of the Living Dead was the first Zombie movie.
In the 1970's horror movies got way More scary and gory. Their was a lot of great horror movies in this time like The Exorcist which was made in 1973 and was a box office smash! Another huge hit was Jaws which was directed by Steven Spielberg in 1975. Their was also Friday the 13th and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. But the best one was in 1978 when John Carpenter directed Halloween. Halloween was largest grossing independent film ever made!
In the 80's their were a lot of slasher films made during this time like Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984.
That explains the history of Horror Movies from the start were it took off. Now I can keep writing about horror movies now. But I don't think the history is good as it was when they First came out!
So that was the end of Haunted History Month! We hoped you enjoyed reading our articles. We would like to give a big thanks too Channel 66.6 Haunted Radio for helping with the site! And reminder that too look at our site to see all our Articles.
Thanks for reading and be back next week with a horror movie review!

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Haunted Attractions and Hollywood

Hello all once again, and hoped you guys enjoyed all the final four activities in downtown Detroit last weekend. This week we got another article for our haunted history month. Now this article we changed it from The History of horror movies to Haunted Attractions and Hollywood. So here it is!

Haunted attractions have always scared people since they first started. But over the years props have changed so much. But now haunted houses have gotten the idea to use props that movies use in Hollywood to scare people.
These props make some haunted houses the number one haunted houses in the Nation. Hollywood style props are very real looking and most of them are pretty graphic. But that makes the haunts extremely gory. If a haunted house uses Hollywood props their probably very good haunted houses. But even haunts don't use Hollywood props they still are using props that are amazing looking. In my time of going to haunted houses I have never seen haunts that did not have pretty cool props. Now I have seen haunts with better props then other but all props are gory. You got to give haunted houses credit for all the props because it coast a lot of money to have these types of props in these haunts. Some props run in thousand dollar range or more.
Here are some haunts in Michigan that uses Hollywood style props: Scream Machine in Taylor,Slaughtered at Sundown in Romeo,The Lab in Grosse Ile and Erubus in Pontiac.
Now that is not all the haunts that use those kind of props their is a lot more.

Now we hope you enjoyed our article. We are almost coming to the end of our Haunted History Month we got one more article for you and that is History of Horror Movies.
Now next week we will not have a newsletter so the week after that will be the end of it.
So I hope you guys have a good Easter and until two weeks

Monday, April 6, 2009

Deadly news preview for this week!

Hello all we got another edition of haunted history month
we are writing about The History of Horror Movies.
and if all goes well we might have two because it were are not going to be here next week.
so stay tuned

Friday, April 3, 2009

Go Spartans!

Hello all!
us here at the Motor City Horror Club would like to wish Michigan State a good luck with the game tomorrow!
and hope all you guys enjoy the Game
Go Spatans