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- March 26th, 2015Interviewed by: Todd Martin
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- Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
A young guy working for a phone sex club uses the service himself often, developing a fixation on one of the girls. His employers, a band of vicious gangsters, make home movies of their enthusiastic gang rapes; little do they know that their protĂ©gĂ© spends his time beating off in one of the seedy rooms of their club and brutally slaying people on the street, dressed as a schoolgirl. He meets … Continue reading
Barry is a talented mechanic and family man whose life is torn apart on the eve of a zombie apocalypse. His sister, Brooke, is kidnapped by a sinister team of gas-mask wearing soldiers & experimented on by a psychotic doctor. While Brooke plans her escape Barry goes out on the road to find her & teams up with Benny, a fellow survivor – together they must arm themselves and prepare to … Continue reading
The world is being overrun with zombies, and a lone news reporter is trying to stay on the air long enough to report on the atrocities that are going on around the world
I can’t say that I’ve seen too many anthology films that feature zombies in every segment. Actually, the only time I can remember seeing something even remotely similar is a film called Zombiethon (1986) – and that was just … Continue reading
A mysterious killer in a Santa Claus suit terrorizes a group of students at an all girlsâ€™ school during Christmas break.
hen a college professor buys a ring from an antique shop it turns out that it once belonged to the infamous Jack the Ripper and whoever wears it is possessed by his spirit, turning them into a homicidal maniac.
Inspector Bun has developed a reputation for solving crimes with his clairvoyant power, which enables him to see manifestations of the different sides of an individualâ€™s personality. His career comes to a crashing halt, however, when he inexplicably severs his ear and offers it to the chief as a retirement gift. Years later, Inspector Ho approaches Bun for help in an unsolvable case, concerning a series of crimes utilizing the … Continue reading
Sarah has a surprise and gruesome announcement for Muzzy… she has contracted a deadly virus called the ROT which she got by sexing a dead guy from the local funeral home, and now she has passed it along to Muzzy. Slowly the two of them begin to ROT alive, spreading the insidious, flesh-melting disease to friends and foes and any unfortunate individual that comes in contact with them. But Sarah and Muzzy’s … Continue reading
A spy organization recruits an unrefined, but promising street kid into the agency’s ultra-competitive training program just as a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius.
Director Matthew Vaughn continues to weave his magical and highly entertaining touch in his translating comic book properties from page to screen with his latest bombastic blast, Kingsman The Secret Service. Following on the heels of Neil Gaiman’s Stardust (2007), followed by Millar’s Kick-Ass … Continue reading
Sodomaniac, is a no-budget B-movie, bold in title and in comedic vision
Looking for the next cult classic to wow your horror movie buddies with? Have no fear, Sodomaniac is here! This is director Anthony Cataneseâ€™s full-length film debut after a handful of shorts and a music video. On the movieâ€™s Facebook page, the director says heâ€™s a â€śhumble graduate of Troma U,â€ť and describes his movie as â€śHarmony Korine … Continue reading
When plans for a weekend vacation hit a dead end, a group of close-knit friends find themselves stranded in unfamiliar territory, pursued by a menacing, blood thirsty predator. Holed up in an isolated cabin, tensions mount as long-buried secrets are revealed. As the body count rises, the group must put their differences aside and fight for survival.
In 2012, a film was released called Continue reading
Synopsis: A documentary exploring genre based monster art takes an odd turn when the filmmakers are contacted by a man who claims he can prove that monsters are indeed real.
If you’re a real fan of genre film making (especially of the last 10 years or so), then the name Adam Green should be quite familiar to you. He’s the writer/director responsible for films like the Hatchet trilogy (2006-2013), Frozen (2010) and Spiral … Continue reading
In a post-apocalyptic future where the earth is a desert and water is the most precious substance of all, a band of survivors must turn to a mysterious stranger to battle a ruthless gang of motorcycle psychos for control of the wasteland and the water. A glorious crash of guns, nuclear fallout, and synthesizers make this a must-see for anyone whoâ€™s been longing for the day in which they can finally get beyond … Continue reading
An odd guy named William Dekker contacts filmmaker Adam Green with claims that monsters really do exist. Despite the urgings of others Green agrees to investigate and document these claims, but when everything is said and done he may just end up regretting his decision.
Review- Iâ€™ve always been a huge fan of Adam Green and his work. I think that the Hatchet series is one of the best horror trilogies … Continue reading
Bad things happen to bad people. That’s what Ursula, the ring leader of a deranged group of street performers called “The Crows”, always says. For no apparent reason, the gang starts to torment Mary and Judy: a young car driver and her dog. Her only crime was not paying attention to the annoying street performers. For Mary, the curtains of the most insane and dangerous show will rise – and fall. The … Continue reading
Due to a botched robbery attempt, a ruthless Romanian barbarian is somehow resurrected in modern day New York and begins wreaking havok on a small Manhattan art-house. Chaos ensues as the patrons of the establishment band together to fight for their lives.
Andreas Schnaas makes horror movies for people who love horror movies, and one of those people is Andreas Schnaas. Before you read that wrong, I want to clarify that I … Continue reading
Letâ€™s go spend this New Years Eve in the city of Los Angeles. There is a great party being planned with two live bands and the radio personality Blaze, the first woman of rock n roll hosting. If the bands music isnâ€™t to your liking you can always call in just like that psychopath who calls himself Evil. Evil has a special New Years resolution this year though, he plans to kill one … Continue reading
Four girls, Tina, Kathy, Jordan, and Stephanie, go to a remote cabin for a weekend getaway. Their relaxing fun soon degenerates into chaos and mayhem as the girls encounter mysterious evil forces inside the cabin.
CYPRESS CREEK amazed me. I thought I was in for a really dreadful experience a few minutes into this one: a heavily overused genre trope in motion, four pretty girls seemingly adlibbing dialogue on their … Continue reading
The Tale of a Monster: Lilith is the story of what happens when the creation becomes the creator. Lilith wakes up in a laboratory with no idea of where she is at; the only thing she knows is two bodies surround her. The story becomes a tale of beautiful horror and twisted romance as writer and director EJ Moreno takes you through his retelling of The Bride of Frankenstein and doesn’t let … Continue reading
In Bacon Head, director Ray Mahoney pulls no punches in a series of sketches mocking everything from kitchen utensils to the Shroud of Turin.
In the interest of full disclosure, I should tell you that I have worked for Troma in the past. I freely admit to a great love for Lloyd Kaufman (whom I affectionally call Uncle Lloydie) and all the great stuff Troma has brought us over the years.
A self-assured business man murders his employer, the husband of his mistress, which unintentionally provokes an ill-fated chain of events.
â€śWithout your voice, Iâ€™d be lost in a land of silence.â€ť
Ascenseur pour lâ€™echafaud was Louis Malleâ€™s debut film and certainly one of the strongest cinematic inaugurations of the medium. Typically, a filmmakerâ€™s first feature film is his most representative, if not his most accomplished. Malle, however, was of that rare breed … Continue reading
A priest is scratched by a piece of amber and begins to turn into a dinosaur. At first, he is horrified by his darker desires, but soon he realizes his powers might be used for good, albeit violent, murderous good.
Just take a minute and read this title again – THE VELOCIPASTOR.
I cannot rate the amount of happies the title alone gives me. I’ve actually started writing this review before … Continue reading