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ExistsÂ (2014) director Eduardo Sanchez joins the HNR grue-crew to discuss his found footage Bigfoot movie, his approach to film making and his earlier film The Blair Witch Project. After a brief revisit to his other films, the director dives into how Exists film was made, reveals some secrets behind the Bigfoot and shares his love for horror and monster movies. It is a great interview with a talented director with an authentic appreciation and passion … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: A group of friends decide to party on a beautiful island, unaware of the fact that a research facility that is trying to cure a deadly flesh-eating virus is there as well. Before they know it a couple of them are infected and the others struggle to escape with their lives. REVIEW: Prequels can be tricky things. Some are quite awesome while others tend to suck out loud (Iâ€™m talking to you, Star Wars … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: 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.
I found it hard to choose just ten films that would cause enough fear to keep people away from densely wooded areas. As I was organizing a list, digging through the hundreds of films that send their protagonists into the woods, I wondered: Are films that are based out of camps really films that take place in the woods, or do the films have to be set totally in the deep wood, away from all … Continue reading
Trailer: Cabin Fever 2 (2009) A high school prom faces a deadly threat: a flesh-eating virus that spreads via a popular brand of bottled water.
Trailer: Cabin Fever (2002) A group of five college graduates rent a cabin in the woods and begin to fall victim to a horrifying flesh-eating virus, which attracts the unwanted attention of the homicidal locals.
If Â you are a horror film buff, then you know what bad, horrible things that can happen while camping.Â So, before you head out into the great beyond, read my list of the ten best horror films about camping.Â Then after you finish, you can decide whether or not you really want to go camping. Some of the films below are equally bad and some are equally good so they are in no particular order.Â Â Blair … Continue reading
Horror movies, not like urban legends, are not likely to be based on a grain of fact. They can be based on some long lost ancient myth passed down from American Indian tribe to tribe. I look at horror movies and I ponder how much fantasy is present vs. realism. I want to know if it is possible for someone to kill me in my dreams or to never die. I want the option of … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: A high school prom faces a deadly threat: a flesh-eating virus that spreads via a popular brand of bottled water REVIEW: When I first got word about Cabin Fever 2, that often feeling of recycling came over me much in the way that most sequels deliver. I did enjoy Cabin Fever 1 immensely but had some doubts about a sequel. Though the trailers looked pretty good and the marketing efforts seemed to be high … Continue reading