Recently Watched Films Round Up, Part Two (2014)


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)


Happy December, loyal 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

Asylum (2014)


It’s been a while since I’ve reviewed a movie that I never finished. The conscientious part of me feels like it’s cheating, like I didn’t give the film a fair chance, and should have stuck to it to the end. After all, lots of movies can start out terribly and yet can improve dramatically, right? … Continue reading

Dracula Untold (2014)

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“Sometimes the world no longer needs a hero. Sometimes… it needs a monster.” By now most horror fans will have heard or read about Universal Studios’ attempts to emulate Marvel and DC and build their own interconnected Cinematic Universe. Remaking their classic monster movies and rebooting the likes of Dracula, the Wolfman, Frankenstein’s Monster, the … Continue reading

The Dead The Damned and the Darkness (2014)


Back in 2011, when Scott reviewed a movie by Rene Perez, THE DEAD AND THE DAMNED (here), he started out by stating that the movie tried hard, but “we all know that good intentions pave the road to that really hot place”. I’ve had the pleasure of viewing Rene Perez’ follow-up, a semi-sequel called THE … Continue reading

Zombie Isle (2014)


I had an idea for a story or screenplay once, set in a world where personal karma was a measurable quantity used for practical purposes, so for instance people with bad luck due to them could be prevented from boarding airplanes, and specialists could be hired to inflict controlled calamity on others to prevent worse … Continue reading

The Sacrament (2013)

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  You might be wondering why there’s flying pigs and a frozen devil at the top of this review. It’s simple. I used to say that pigs would fly and it’d be a cold day in Hell before I found a Ti West film engaging and enjoyable. Well that day, I’m happy to say, has … Continue reading

The Babadook (2014)


Wow. It has been a while since a movie has bowled me over the way THE BABADOOK has done. This may seem like another drop in the ocean of praise that Jennifer Kent’s debut feature film is receiving now, but rest assured, I believe it is well deserved. This has elevated itself comfortably to my … Continue reading

The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)

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The last month has been a real surprise for me here at It seems like the entire year I’ve been watching pretty terrible remakes, sequels, found footage, and indie films. But since October it seems my luck has changed and I’ve been viewing some solid, fantastic films. Recently I reviewed EXISTS, the newest film … Continue reading

Wolfcop (2014)

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There are supernatural creatures which have reached across cultures and centuries to become almost universal, albeit with some interesting regional variations: ghosts, vampires, zombies, demons… Jerry Lewis… and then there are werewolves. Of the things that haunt movies today, werewolves seem to have been eclipsed by the various undead, whether bloodsucking or just brain-munching. Which … 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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