by John S IT’S LIKE THIS: This month, the Scarecrow Project is celebrating Earth Month by reviewing “World War Tree” movies. Which, I guess, denotes films wherein plants and flora play some pivotal part, for better or worse, in… Read More
By Norm Nielsen and Melanie Reed A film can be like literature, like music, or like a painting. Robert Altman’s 1977 film 3 Women looks like a soft watercolor landscape painting and evokes an oneiric mood. Gerald Busby’s… Read More
It’s the first New Release Tuesday of April!
by Travis Vogt and Kevin Clarke Three days ago, a very nice man donated nearly 400 VHS tapes to Scarecrow Video. It’s Kevin’s job to go through and catalog all of these vintage delights, so we recorded him… Read More
by John S On March 19, author Ronnie Angel will be having a book-signing event of his new tome, Slashed Dreams: The Ultimate Guide to Slasher Movies at Scarecrow Video. His book examines the evolution of the Slasher Sub-Genre, from… Read More