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October 18th, 2014
Interviewed by: Janel Spiegel
October 16th, 2014
Interviewed by: The Black Saint
October 15th, 2014
Interviewed by: Mike Joy
October 23rd, 2014
Reviewed by: Todd Martin
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October 22nd, 2014
Reviewed by: Horrornews.net
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October 20th, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
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Five teens struggle for their lives after becoming stranded in a cannibal infested mountain town
Texas ChainsawâŚ I mean Texas Roadside Massacre is a quaint little film with great dialogue and even better character development. Na, I just messing around, itâs quite the opposite of both those statements. The characters are flat and boring, and the acting is just bad, there really isnât a better way to explain it, itâs just awful. … Continue reading
“Irena Gallier, a beautiful young woman, is on the brink of sexuality. She discovers love for the first time only to find that the explosive experience brings with it tragic consequences. However, the tremendous passion of this girl’s first romantic love is so strong, it bypasses the terror around her – including her brother’s extraordinary demands – as it pushes her on to her own bizarre destiny. Desire, passion, blood, her lust … Continue reading
“When naval construction designer Oliver Reed sees Serbian-born beauty Irena Dubrovna at a zoo, he flirts with her, and soon they fall in love and marry. Complications arise because Irena believes she is the victim of an ancient Serbian curse that causes her to turn into a panther if a man tries to make love to her, and the marriage is not consummated. Oliver sends Irena for treatment with psychiatrist Doctor Louis … Continue reading
“The successful impresario Boris Lermontov gives an opportunity in the Lermontov Opera to the talented young composer and conductor Julian Craster and to the gorgeous red-haired ballerina Victoria ‘Vicky’ Page, whose greatest passion is to dance. Soon Vicky becomes the lead dancer of his company and a sensation in Europe. Craster composes the ballet The Red Shoes based on the fairy-tale of Hans Christian Andersen and Vicky falls in love with him. … Continue reading
The toxic chemical rediscovered in the original film causes more death and destruction across Germany, leading to a new mutation unlike anything the world has ever seen…
Seven episodes, each taking place on a different day of the week, on the theme of suicide and violent death.
From the years 1988 to 1994, youâd have been hard pressed to find a more disturbing, yet artistic, filmmaker than Jorg Buttgereit. In just six years, the man released some of the most depressing, moody, and controversial films youâll ever see, then stopped for fifteen years before starting up again in 2009. … Continue reading
When a spate of eerie murders erupts across HK two trouble making cops are assigned to the case. Young maverick WANG and grizzled vet HUANG who is fed up with his reckless younger partner always landing them in hot water. Reaching a dead end after discovering all the victims were former boyfriends of aspiring starlet LIU, the detectives must play a deadly game. One of them must go undercover as Liu’s lover to … Continue reading
An All-American trucker gets dragged into a centuries-old mystical battle in Chinatown.
âThis is Jack Burton in the Pork Chop Express, and Iâm talkinâ to whoeverâs listeninâ out there.â
Sandwiched between the sweet science fiction of Starman and the dark, quantum horror of Prince of Darkness, Carpenterâs 1986 film presents a happy medium blending more genres than most filmmakers cover in their entire careers. Poorly received by … Continue reading
The citizens of Bundang, South Korea struggle to survive when a deadly flu outbreak takes place in their city.
I didnât know a whole lot about Flu before I saw it and to be honest I really wasnât expecting much. I just assumed that it was going to be yet another movie about a killer virus running rampant and killing off hordes of people along the same lines as Outbreak or … Continue reading
While vacationing on a remote Scandanavian island with his younger pregnant wife, an artist has a emotional breakdown while confronting his repressed desires.
âNow you are yourself, but not yourself; an ideal state for a meeting between lovers.â
Often touted as Ingmar Bergmanâs only âhorrorâ film, Hour of the Wolf actually doesnât stray from Bergmanâs characteristic themes of madness, creative isolation, and paranoia. Explained in the filmâs tagline, âThe hour of the … Continue reading
Marcus’ best friends plan a last minute bachelor party getaway to a remote island. Instead of a night of drinking and partying, the group encounter a deadly virus that consumes their flesh. Desperate for help, struggling to survive, they discover a research facility tucked away on the island and a mysterious man named Porter who may very well be…patient zero.
Jade and her two siblings are the last vampires in the world. In order to remedy the situation they target a young woman named Brie whose pure blood will allow the vampire race to flourish once again (and help Jade take over the world). Unfortunately for them a group of vampire slayers have moved in next door to Brie and are determined to keep her safe. Will Jadeâs plan come to fruition or … Continue reading
Greek general Themistokles leads the charge against invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy.
Trapped in a maze of country roads with only their vehicle for protection, Tom and Lucy are terrorized by an unseen tormentor exploiting their worst fears. Eventually they realize theyâve let the evil in â itâs sitting in their car
Fear. It is at the heart of all horror movies and was the theme that inspired Jeremy Lovering to create this film. He wanted to ask the question âdoes fear inevitably lead … Continue reading
Seven friends find themselves on an isolated farm. Here, they discover an ancient book, which summons demons from the surrounding woods. Now, these friends will have to find a way out of the fields, if they want to survive.
I have no particular beef with blonde women.Â In fact, Iâve dated one or two in my lifetime.Â My sister is flaxen-haired, and sheâs my favorite person on the planet.Â What does … Continue reading
Tom and Brenda have the perfect life but when Brenda is violently attacked in the comfort of their home, their perfect lives are thrown into chaos and fear.
Though I would normally spend this initial 100 or so words (sometimes more) rambling on about a topic very loosely connected (sometimes not at all) with the actual film in question, I feel I must get something out of the way right off … Continue reading
A serial killer awakens from a coma and escapes from a mental hospital to kill a survivor of his slayings years ago, all the while stalking, terrifying, and killing women on the way.
There are some movies that fall into the category of âcult classicsâ that you want on your shelf because they are simply amazing films, and there are others that you want just so that … Continue reading
A rich but jealous man hires a private investigator to kill his cheating wife and her new man. But, when blood is involved, nothing is simple.
âIf I donât get away soon Iâll be going blood-simple like the natives.â
Garnering a title from Dashiell Hammettâs hard-boiled detective novel, Red Harvest (quote above), this Coen-directed debut film is equal parts horror and farce. It is also a fine representation of neo-noir with … Continue reading
A young nurse takes a new job at a secluded psychiatric ward where she meets Patrick, a comatose young man. He takes a special interest in her despite the fact that he’s in a coma and using the power of telekinesis he begins to eliminate all of the men in her life.
Although I’m not a proponent of remakes I reckon that the science behind remaking films is an odd one. … Continue reading
Scientists in the Antarctic are confronted by a shape-shifting alien that assumes the appearance of the people that it kills.
âNow Iâll show you what I already know.â
John Carpenterâs most indispensable film, The Thing, is based on John W. Campbell Jr.âs Who Goes There?, a novella dealing with paranoia and the fear of assimilation by an alien life form. Carpenter, a fan of the first cinematic incarnation of the story, … Continue reading