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- March 26th, 2015Interviewed by: Todd Martin
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Joey Danikan: you are amazing. Thank you for this idea. I owe you one.
1. Pogo stickâLeprechaun (1993)
âTry as they will, and try as they might, who steals me gold won’t live through the night.â
So says the leprechaun at the heart of this franchise. Letâs just forget about the sequels, which turned to drivel by the time Back 2 tha Hood came around. The first film was pretty good though. And … Continue reading
So today I am quite pleased to introduce a new feature here at The Bloody Blender called âThe Bloody BRIEFâ.Â Pretty catchy and original huh?Â âBut Loren, what is The Bloody Brief? Whatâs it all about and why are you doing it? Have you seen Timecop?âÂ For those who have been religiously following my column to date (all 1.7 of you) you are no doubt familiar with the fact that I like to BLAB about a group of … Continue reading
In anticipation for Season 2 of The Walking Dead, each week I’ll be bringing you a special look at our beloved cast of characters. This week we shall take a look at our favorite cop from Georgia, Rick Grimes. He is the central character to the series and one of the most complex.
Stepping into the shoes of an everyman cop turned hero during the zombie apocalypse, Rick Grimes, is Andrew Lincoln. After … Continue reading
Not since the late 1970s and early 1980s when woman revenge films like I Spit on Your Grave and social critiques like Cannibal Holocaust were released has the horror industry produced a burst of socially provocative films like the current wave of violently graphic horror flicks conversing with the existence of torture in Western society.Â Recent productions over the past decade such as the Saw franchise created by Asian-Australian filmmaker James Wan, the psychological thrillers of … Continue reading
I went to see the movie â2012 Science or Superstitionâ on December 21 2008, it was a sneak preview of the highly informative film at the Downtown Independent in Los Angeles. It was pretty cool to see a movie about 2012 on the big screen but my experience was also escalated because it was the Winter Solstice, 4 years to the day before the much speculated date of 12/21/2012. The movie was quite entertaining yet … Continue reading
Yes, you have voiced your opinion over and over about how remakes and sequels should shut the hell up and you could make the best horror movie ever if you only had the budget that was wasted on these current, needless continuations and resurrections, right? Well, you smug little asshole, every sequel or remake has been based upon impressions of what the target audience wants to see these days as a mass. These companies put … Continue reading
Letâs face it â masks and horror movies go together like cold beer on a warm day. Theyâre inherently creepy for all sorts of deep-seated, psychological reasons and are usually more than a little awesome. So, we figured itâd be fun to do our round-up of the Top Ten Horror Movies to Feature a Mask. Dust off your dead skin mask, put on some Slipknot and heat up the popcorn.
His glory days are long gone but if he closes his eyes he relives just a little piece of them…in his head anyway. He was once just another guy that played in a band, but to his students he paints a very different picture.Â
To them he was a … Continue reading
The Amazon Kindle (and Kindle apps for Android and iOS devices) has really caught the imagination of a lot of readers around the world, and has given a lot of writers (myself included) a genuine chance to have their work seen by a potentially massive audience who otherwise may have missed out on them altogether. Horror on the Kindle is well represented by a wide variety of writers both new and established, … Continue reading
I know what a lot of you are going to think about me writing about “Don’t” movies: “WhatEVER dude…you ripped this idea off from the ‘Grindhouse’ trailer! Why don’t you try and be ORIGINAL for a change, and write about something that DOESNT SUCK douchebag!”
To that I say: “WRONG!”
My fascination for the “Don’t” movie actually stems back to the summer between my Junior and Senior years of High School. i.e. The summer of … Continue reading
Ghosts have always been present from the moment man could make up stories about the unexplained. The Bible even references ghosts in various parts to help put an almost tangible creature to help explain some unexplainable events or interactions between people and the âunknownâ.Â Even Jesus is referenced as part of the Holy Ghost or Holy Spirit. But where would horror be with-out the basis of ghost and goblins?Â
What is a ghost … Continue reading
Hey everyone, Glad you could join me for another “running a horror web site” article. Today, something caught my eye that as a Marketing person seemed too interesting not to comment on. I’m sure like myself, there are many who rub blogs, deal with comments and often are confused with the content in comments. Now, it goes without saying that if a comment contains vulgarities, swearing or such that it instantly transported … Continue reading
Hello there and welcome to my little corner of the video store.Â Donât mind all of the strange looks the other customers are giving you.Â I know what you are here for and today is your lucky day.Â I have some suggestions for you to keep your EYE out for.Â You might want to listen up because you SEE today Iâm going to show you some tapes that contain something any of you reading this will … Continue reading
You’re stuck between a rock and a hard place, you think you have your whole life figured out, then you’re swimming in the paranormal, things suddenly happen that you can’t explain. You’ve stepped into…the Twilight Zone! Even if you never have seen an episode, The Twilight Zone has such a cult following and is so extraordinary in the sci-fi/fantasy/horror community, I’m sure you have heard the theme song before. Did you know that even … Continue reading
One could say that the last bastion of free thought and free speech is the Internet.Â It is here that we have the opportunity to say whatever the f*ck we like, whenever the f*ck we like, at whatever the f*ck speed we like.Â However, there is growing concern that this may one day draw to a close â and sooner rather than later.
Some of you reading this are already saying, great another article on net neutrality … Continue reading
Every year many people die because they do not realize that they are in a horror movie.Â These people end up getting stabbed, shot or tortured because they didnât realize the tall-tale-signs.Â As lovely readers of Horror News, I do not want you to go on living without knowing the signs that you may in a horror movie.Â So below I have created a list of ten sure signs that you may be in a horror movie.Â In the … Continue reading
Welcome to another session of running a horror website. This week I’m going to discuss the art of commenting. Or maybe “lack of” for that matter.
Now for those who already run a blog, know there are 3 types of comments. 1 – the valid credible comment. This kind is the honest opinion, the concerned reader, the person who has something worthwhile to say. We all hope for those kinds.
2- There … Continue reading
Can you hum the theme to The Twilight Zone? Of course you can, itâs an oscillation of three notes. Do you think you could pick up cello for the first time and work out the melody line of Jaws? I have every confidence in you. Oh, hereâs a good one. Using a lint filter and a nylon sock, recreate the soundtrack to Psycho. Okay stop, itâs annoying.
I notice a simplistic trend … Continue reading
More often than not, when I find myself in a conversation with someone else about horror flicks, it goes through the gross stuff, the slashers, the big names and the ones so bad that everyone knows them. Within a few minutes, we’re through all of the “have you seen this?” and “have you seen that?” of the regular horror film diet, and then we’re left with little else than to start making sexual innuendo or … Continue reading
Horror movies have been a big part of my life. I was told that my first horror movie was Clive Barkerâs âHellraiserâ though I canât really remember much about that time seeing as I was about four years old. Time has passed and I am now a horror movie junkie.
I have watched and forced my sisters to watch, some of the scariest stuff to the most idiotic. If itâs horror, itâs in my DVD … Continue reading
When you think of animated movies you probably think of two thinks, childrenâs movies and Pixar.Â Well after reading this list you will now associate animated movies with horror.Â The world of animation is really a great one in horror because with animation the limits are endless.Â Advances in CGI are changing the way we look live action films, but most horror films donât have the budget for CGI.Â So for outrageous, wild horror scenes that you could only … Continue reading