Halloween Horror Nights Preview: ‘Poltergeist’ – Spielberg’s Revenge

There are few that would dispute the importance of Steven Spielberg in the history of film. However, Spielberg played an even bigger role in helping Universal Studios to become the home of the Blockbuster. Much of the original Universal Studios Florida was built on Spielberg related projects. Back to the Future, Jaws, E.T. all remain fan favorite attractions, even as…

Halloween Horror Nights House Preview: Seeds of Extinction

A new house was announced today by Universal! The house, “Seeds of Extinction,” marks another original concept to be added to HHN 28. The concept places us in a post-apocalyptic world. After a meteor strikes Earth, an outbreak of plants runs amuck over the planet. However, life finds a way and new predator species of…

Universal Studio’s Halloween Horror Nights 28 Updates!

Check here for all of our Universal Studios Orlando Halloween Horror Nights 28 content! Check out our house previews below, as well as our scarezone previews as we add them as get closer to the event! We’ll also link the Podcasts from “We Bought a Cabin” when we preview the whole slate and after we…

Review: ‘Summer of ’84’ Shines as a Future Cult Classic

There has been a pretty strong reaction to the overuse of nostalgia in pop culture. This caused one of the backlashes against “Stranger Things,” as well as some negativity surrounding various reboots. However, diving into an era can also surprise audiences if they buy into the story. This is where Gunpowder & Sky’s “Summer of ’84” shines. Taking…

We Miss VHS! A Retrospective Series from We Bought a Blog

As a kid I was spoiled. I’ll admit it. During family vacations, before having an overhead TV and DVD player in your family car was mainstream, my dad had jerry-rigged a portable TV and VCR that allowed me to while away the long hours on car rides. During these trips, I had my go-to movies….

Halloween Horror Nights Preview: ‘Killer Klowns’ is a Treasure

The ’80’s was an amazing time for horror cinema. While most of the genre was pushed by slashers like “Friday the 13th” and the “Nightmare on Elm Street” films, some truly weird and campy films found their way to theaters. “Killer Klowns From Outer Space” remains one of those definitive works that combined absurdity,  comedy…