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  • About AnythingHorror Scott

  • Welcome everyone. I've been obsessed with horror films ever since seeing Last House on the Left (the original) & Cannibal Ferox at the tender age of 9. I would spend many Saturday afternoons alone in my basement eating up anything horror (I was a rather pasty-looking child). Now I run anythinghorror.com, the place where you can get real, honest reviews of all the horror films, novels, shorts, comics, and everything in between.

    I've recently had 2 short stories published in 2 horror anthologies & my 1st zombie novel is being published by Library of the Living Dead (should be out around Halloween 2011). I'm also working on a script of 1 of my short stories & would like to attack my 1st mash-up novel: THUS SPOKE ZARATHUSTRA as a zombie slayer.

    Stay Bloody!!!

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Bigfoot Wars (2014)

Wow!! What the fuck did I just watch?? I’m so completely gobsmacked by what I just saw that I’m almost at a loss for words. Almost. I was really looking forward to seeing BIGFOOT WARS, which is based on the novel BIGFOOT WAR by Eric S. Brown. First a little something about Brown’s novels. To … Continue reading

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Z Nation (2014)

There’s a food truck on a particular road on the route I take going to work. It’s a simple, basic set-up, it’s an ordinary guy running things, not a franchise, And there’s a small rickety table and two chairs set up beside it. And the food? Sausages, bacon, eggs in various greasy combinations, shoved into … Continue reading

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Catch of the Day (2014)

Get ready to once again enter the batshit crazy world of James Balsamo. Balsamo is becoming a household name on the indie horror scene and is a machine, cranking out four indie horror films since 2011. I know that’s a film a year but for a filmmaker who doesn’t have a major Hollywood studio backing … Continue reading

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The Pack (2010)

When some people think of the French, things like great wines, cheeses, and works of art might come to mind. But for me when I think of the French the only thing I think about is disturbing, hardcore horror films. The French have played an important role in reshaping the face of the modern horror … Continue reading

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Alien Abduction (2014)

Anal probes are so yesterday, aren’t they!! I’m not pooh-poohing the entire “aliens among us” segment of America, but considering that aliens have been abducting humans since at least the 1950s, you’d think those ass-happy turd freaks would know all about our insides and physiology. But apparently the aliens still have more to learn from … Continue reading

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The Dead 2: India (2014)

You know, after eating the cinematic equivalent of undercooked crap like it seems I’ve done the last few weeks, at least to judge from my reviews, it’s good to settle down for something well-made and nourishing. Nothing fancy or new, you understand, but well-prepared and using ingredients I like. And on a quiet Sunday morning, … Continue reading

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As Above, So Below (2014)

I haven’t been having much luck with new horror releases this year. Most of them are so generic and watered down for a PG13 audience that the only scare in them is the ticket price. So when I heard about AS ABOVE, SO BELOW, I didn’t get my hopes up. I didn’t read up on … Continue reading

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The Hospital (2013)

Samuel Johnson once famously wrote, “A man with an opinion is like a dog with a flintlock: almost always a waste of both items. Now where’s my bloody absinthe?” People seem fully conscious of their right to an opinion on anything, especially in the Internet Age, but they’re less willing to admit how little anyone … Continue reading

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Calvaire (2004)

If ever there was a “slow burn” flick this is it. Writer-director Fabrice Du Welz is one of the most criminally overlooked masters of the horror genre. Du Welz doesn’t go for the juggler, he goes for the mind. His films are slow burners that require more than one viewing but are well worth the … Continue reading

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Progeny (1998)

What the hell happened here? I’ll be honest; I never heard of this movie until I stumbled upon it on Netflix. And when I saw that Brian Yuzna (director of RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD 3, THE DENTIST, BRIDE OF RE-ANIMATOR, and BEYOND RE-ANIMATOR) was at the helm and Stuart Gordon produced and wrote this one, … Continue reading

  • Some of my favorite horror movies:
  • Dawn of the Dead (1978)

  • Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn (1987)

  • Martyrs (2008)

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