In Memoriam: A HORROR send off to Roger Ebert

Whether you loved him or hated him, Roger Ebert was an influential part of film. His TV show, along with Gene Siskel, At The Movies, showcased some awesome Horror films in its run and we have a few of those reviews by Siskel&Ebert for you below. Dig it!


Ebert passed away yesterday in due to his bout with Cancer. He was 70 and continued writing reviews for films for the Chicago Sun Times, almost until the day he died.

Included below you can see his and Siskel’s thoughts on the original Evil Dead, Poltergeist, Misery, John Carpenter’s Halloween, Candyman, Jaws, Friday the 13th Part 4: The Final Chapter, Hellbound: Hellraiser 2, and Aliens.

The curtain is now closed and we will always remember you Roger. Thanks for the memories.

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