The Haunted House of Jeff Szpirglas: Looking Back at Terror In The Aisles

14 Jan

Biff Bam Pop!

They say you never forget your first.

(You know I’m talking about horror movies, right?)

For me, it was catching a portion of Jaws 2 under the babysitter’s watch, effectively traumatizing me for the next several years. But if we’re talking about the real gateway film, the one that opened up a path to a lifelong passion for the macabre and the terrifying, that prize goes to 1984’s Terror In The Aisles, first screened in that sweet spot around the onset of puberty, when my taste for Star Wars soundtracks suddenly took a left turn for Alice Cooper records.

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