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“Set in a future 1970, the United States is considering building bases on the Moon. Colonel Briteis (Donna Martell), Major Bill Moore (Ross Ford), and Doctor Wernher (Larry Johns) are sent to orbit the Moon to survey landing sites for future lunar missions. However, Wernher is an imposter whose mission is to destroy America’s Earth-orbiting space station, which he plans to do by colliding the rocket with the station on the way … Continue reading
A group of people hide out in a house and try to survive the night against an ever-growing army of zombies. A reimagining of George Romeroâs classic horror film.
I was a little torn when I heard that this movie was being made. On the one hand Iâm not a fan of remakes/reimaginings and think that the biggest majority of the suck out loud, but on the other I have always … Continue reading
In “John Doe: Vigilante” an ordinary man fights violence the only way he knows how – by killing one criminal at a time. Hero or villain? Justice or vengeance? You decide.
A masked vigilante going by the name of âJohn Doeâ dishes out violence and death to those that deserve it on the streets of Sidney. Following his arrest, esteemed reporter Ken Rutherford (Lachy Hulme) arranges to sit down with … Continue reading
A group of teens are stalked and killed by an evil spirit (named Virgil no less) after messing around with an Ouija board.
While on a vacation in the Mediterranean, two American women and their accompanying Serbian friends stumble into the home of a vicious killer mermaid. They must try and survive.
âShe hypnotizes you.â By this, one of the filmâs characters means: she makes a dolphin-like call, compelling you to get in the water, then rips you to shreds. As if she couldnât eviscerate victims easily enough, she has the help of another … Continue reading
As a series of strange and violent events start happening, an alcoholic policeman realizes that he has been turned into a werewolf as part of a larger plan, so he investigates with the help of his partner and his friend.
The month of October arrived with a few new werewolf themed movies for all of us to grouse over (I use the word “Grouse“, because all we’re gonna do is compare them … Continue reading
After being committed for 17 years, Michael Myers, now a grown man and still very dangerous, escapes from the mental institution (where he was committed as a 10 year old) and he immediately returns to Haddonfield, where he wants to find his baby sister, Laurie. Anyone who crosses his path is in mortal danger.
A remake of the 1978 John Carpenter film was inevitable. As a horror genre, films … Continue reading
Erotic adventure in Siberia.
Poor Ilsa (you havenât heard that very often, have you?). I feel like, deep down, all sheâs ever tried to do was prove that women can be as strong as, if not stronger than, men. Itâs a valiant enough goal, but I think the problem lays in her methods. Running a Nazi prison camp, a slavery ring, and an abusive womenâs prison, while simultaneously trying to … Continue reading
A sudden and mysterious inheritance brings Danny and his friends to Hobb Springs, a forgotten resort deep in the West Virginia hills. Hobb Springs is being looked after under the watchful care of Jackson and Sally
Chronically depressed orphan, Danny (Anthony Lott), suddenly receives information regarding his family. Not only has his lineage been uncovered, but it appears he has inherited a large hotel spa resort in the sticks, and bundles … Continue reading
AÂ group of people are trapped in a large West Berlin movie theater infected by ravenous demons whom proceed to kill and posses the humans one-by-one thereby multiplying their numbers.
For many horror fans, the nineteen eighties was a premiere time for horror flicks, offering a bevy of them, some more well-known than others. It was a time when Dario Argento, probably considered the best Italian horror director, gave us his masterpiece Continue reading
Residents of a high rise apartment building struggle to survive an outbreak of murderous demons.
I absolutely love Demons. I saw it when I was in the 7th grade and it scared the living shit out of me (though not as much as it did a neighborhood kid who was so freaked out by it his mother had to take him to the doctor because he wouldnât … Continue reading
In a dystopian future, a young girl seeks revenge on the men who killed her father
Director: Ralph Ziman
Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, India Eisley, Callan McAuliffe
Kite tells the story of Sawa (India Eisley), a young girl living in a city where crime and gangs rule the streets. After Sawaâs mother and father are found murdered, she desires nothing more than revenge against the killers. Karl Aker (Samuel L. Jackson), … Continue reading
Sarah and Josh are a young married couple who, after a car accident, has their lives start spiraling out of control when Sarah starts having what seems to be night terrors, and soon after becomes pregnant even though Josh claims to be sterile. Sarah hides a camera and soon realizes a horrible secret that is beyond her grasp of reality.
Director: Paul Leyden
Starring: Katie Walder, Matt Passmore, Nathan Keyes
The story follows two young boys who go with their single mother (O’Connor) to take care of their elderly, senile grandmother named Mercy, only to discover that she’s a witch who made a pact with a dark force many years before.
There seems to be a never ending supply of Stephen King adaptations in the horror genre.Â Carrie (1976) and Misery (1990) both inspired by King’s writing are phenomenal horror films which have … Continue reading
Three tales of sex and violence presented by TORO LOCO, a blood thirsty, perverted killer cowboy seeking and killing people that starred in some exploitation movie. He is showing his victims the movies before torturing and killing them with a cow skull. The first story deals with two inspectors hunting a cannibal serial killer called “The Tiger”. The second is about a ‘not-so-devoted’ husband interested in having a night of perverted sex … Continue reading
Someone is using a javelin to kill off a group of Olympic hopefuls at the Falcon Academy of Athletics. Will anyone survive to win a gold medal or all they all destined to die?
Fatal Games was one of those rare 80âs slasher flicks that somehow managed to elude me for years. I always wanted to see it because I thought that it sounded awesome but didnât get my hands on … Continue reading
Ted Bundy is interviewed in the hope to lead investigators to apprehend the Green River Killer in Seattle
Based on the book âThe Riverman: Ted Bundy and I Hunt for the Green River Killerâ written by Robert D Keppel and directed by Bill Eagles, this made for TV movie is based on a true story of how investigators were assisted by Ted Bundy (already in prison) find Gary Ridgway aka The … Continue reading
Scientists discover an underwater UFO which has invaded Earth to get a hold of Godzillaâs regenerative powers. Godzilla enters into an urban battle against the UFO, and in the midst of it, the ship uses the monsterâs regenerative powers to morph into Orga, a brand new beast.
GODZILLA 2000 happened because Godzilla had been en vogue for over forty yearsâand still is. Itâs one reboot among many . . . THE … Continue reading
Grave robbers supply a doctor with bodies to test on.
REVIEW:Â Considering that it was directed by Freddie Francis, certainly one of the greatest minds of my lifetime, I can’t believe I’ve missed this movie until now! Whenever you hate (or love) a film, writing a review for it is always easy. You can blather on incessantly about how great (or awful) it is and all the many reasons why. Interestingly, this film really … Continue reading
A wealthy married couple decide to ignore strict laws banning zombies in private homes and takes in a female zombie to groom as their housekeeper. When the zombie arrives, they also receive a note warning against feeding her any type of meat and also a loaded handgun. Meanwhile, the scarred zombie named Sara (Ayaka Komatsu) endures horrors, while longing for something from her past.
Miss Zombie is … Continue reading
A young woman studying the habits of webcam chat users from the apparent safety of her apartment witnesses a murder.
You know what! I love being surprised by a good horror film. A lot of the time you usually hear buzz about a horror, check it out and either be blown away or disappointed. Coming to The Den I was clueless as to what the movie was about but as soon as … Continue reading