Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho vs Robert Bloch’s Psycho

I’m not even going to pretend that I’m qualified enough to critique the masterpiece known as Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. The film is pretty much near perfection in all regards, and there is nothing I could say that you haven’t heard a million times before. However, there is one thing I want to talk about, and that is, the differences between the movie and book. Alfred Hitchc...

Ten Diner Scenes in Horror

In honour of the upcoming Blu-ray release of Blood Diner from Vestron Video (review may or may not be done), Ryne Barber from The Moon is a Dead World and of course, your’s truly from Mind of Tatlock, chose to write up a list of ten diner scenes taking place in horror. The list isn’t meant to be a Top Ten (Chop Ten?) or anything, as some of the flicks listed would never end on it other...

4 Stephen King Books That Became Great Movies (Guest Post)

4 Stephen King Books That Became Great Movies One of the best things about seeing a movie is being able to become a critic afterward, even for just a moment. Thanks to mindoftatlock.com for featuring our post and for being such a fun place to read reviews on films and books. If you’ve got an attraction to cheesy B-movies, you might want to check out their review of “The Stuff.” Stephen...


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