based on a novel

Retro Poster: "Bunny Lake is Missing" (1965)

When a single mom drops her daughter of at her first day of nursery school, you'd think she would use better judgement when she is unable to locate any teachers. Instead she chooses to drop her daughter off under the supervision of the school's head cook and is shocked to find out that her daughter is missing at the end of the day. Based on the novel of the same name by Marryam Modell, this film has developed quite the cult following over the years and rightfully so. The film, shot in black in white, is heavy in atmospheric creepiness with some amazing performances by the cast.

Retro Poster: "Thirteen Women" (1932)

What do you get when you mix thirteen women who are old college friends and sorority sisters? Depending on how dirty your mind is, the answer could easily be the plot to any number of porn flicks. But in the world of horror films, you get at least one other woman who feels victimized by their nastiness and hateful words so much so that she feels the need to exact revenge on them and their families. And how would said woman get revenge on these mean girls you ask?

Retro Trailer: "The Visitation" (2006)

Apparently I've been on an Eddie Furlong kick lately, because "The Visitation" is like the third movie I've watched in the past month with him in it. The film, which is based on the novel of the same name by Frank Peretti, takes place in the small town of Antioch. When miracles begin happening at the hands of Brandon Nichols, who claims to be Jesus Christ, the whole town gets caught up in the hype and come together to worship Brandon and his disciples.

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