The definition of art is as complicated as it is vast, with horror movies sliding right into that complication with breathless aplomb, creating experiences that
At times beautiful, at times a grunge-fueled apocalyptica from the depths of insanity, but always fascinatingly subtextual and heart-pumping. On the surface, ‘Hardware’ is a grand ole’ piece of early ‘90s schlock horror cinema.
Whether or not it’s some strange nostalgic osmosis for The Baby-Sitters Club or some other late ‘80s or early ‘90s media, there’s been a recent influx of comedic horror movies centered around babysitting that have more to do with Adventures In Babysitting than When A Stranger Calls.
Creeping into cinemas around the country over the last several weeks and new to On Demand, Echoes of Fear represents the ingenuity of independent horror movies, scaring the pants off an unsuspecting audience.