Recently Watched Films Round Up, Part Two (2014)

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Welcome to Part Two of some quick reviews to catch you up on what to see and what to avoid like it was Ebola. Let’s get to it: DEAD SNOW 2: RED VS. DEAD (2014) That pesky, troublemaking Nazi-zombie, Herzog (Orjan Gamst), is back!! This time Herzog has big plans for world domination and he’s … Continue reading

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Recently Watched Films Round Up, Part One (2014)

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Happy December, loyal AnythingHorror.com readers!! Anything Horror Scott here. No doubt some of you have noticed that the amount of reviews and movie news posts has drastically reduced from previous years. The amount of site postings has definitely shrunk this year. I’d like to say I got a new, high-paying job that sucked up all … Continue reading

The Matchmaker (2013) & Super Zero (2014)

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It seems as though I get short films in batches over here at AnythingHorror.com. I’ll go months without getting any short films and then suddenly my inbox will be flooded with them. It’s either feast or famine!! Recently I received a bunch of shorts and this is a review of two of them (more reviews … Continue reading

The Minions (2014) & Berenice (2014)

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Here’s two more shorts, both directed by AnythingHorror.com fav Jeremiah Kipp, that I recently watched. Kipp has become a filmmaker I greatly respect. He dares take on material that sometimes straddles the horror genre and Kipp has a way of documenting the beauty that lies in the horrifying. The first short film, THE MINIONS, does … Continue reading

Snake with a Human Tail (2014)

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If you needed any proof that the indie horror scene is the future of the genre, you need not look any further than filmmaker Spencer Gray’s short film, SNAKE WITH A HUMAN TAIL. SNAKE may mark Gray’s directorial debut, but you can feel the passion and heart that went into this project. For almost the … Continue reading

She (2014)

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As in most genres, the horror genre can be roughly divided into those filmmakers who just want to make a kickass horror film and those who want to make a horror film that’s both kickass and one which has a message, whether it be a social or political commentary/metaphor. When a filmmaker makes a horror film … Continue reading

Catch of the Day (2014)

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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

Ink (2014)

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And we have a horror hat trick folks. A perfect horror hat trick!! Indie horror filmmaker Andy Stewart is the talented guy behind this horror hat trick and if he hasn’t proven himself to be a serious name in the genre by now, then you just aren’t paying attention. Stewart contacted me earlier this year humbly … Continue reading

The House That Dripped Gore (2012)

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Where to begin on this one … where to begin!! THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED GORE, written by author and indie horror filmmaker Dan West, was probably the best surprise I’ve had all summer. I gotta be honest here; the majority of the Hollywood and indie horror releases I’ve been watching this year have been pretty … Continue reading

Circus of the Dead (2014)

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It’s no mystery to regular readers of Anything Horror that I’ve been looking forward to seeing Billy “Bloody Bill” Pon’s debut feature length film, CIRCUS OF THE DEAD. I’ve been following the development of this film since around September 2012 and can thankfully write that it was well worth the wait!! CIRCUS OF THE DEAD has … 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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