Documentary on Snuff Films Gets Re-Release from Wild Eye Releasing

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I think all diehard horror fans are curious about the possibility of the actual existence of snuff films. For those of you who may not know what a snuff film is, this is a movie that films the actual killing of another human being. The FACES OF DEATH films aren’t technically snuff films because they just show … Continue reading

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (2014)


I’m not a smart guy. And by that, I mean I’m not formally educated. If there was one of those Internet Quizzes where you get to find out which WIZARD OF OZ character you were (and the law of averages says that inevitably, there must be) and I took it, I’d end up as the … Continue reading

Scream Machine (2015)

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The anthology horror films keep coming, and today we have SCREAM MACHINE, an anthology of five segments directed by Scarlet Fry and written by Fry and Paul C. Hemmes. This isn’t the first anthology made by Fry that I’ve reviewed. Fry also made DEATH BY VHS (which was originally titled SCREAM MACHINE) and NIGHTMARE ALLEY. … Continue reading

Dead Rising: Watchtower (2015)

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I must admit that as much as I love zombies and the zombie sub-genre, I was starting to get burned out on the seemingly endless stream of zombie flicks hitting VOD and other various digital platforms. Those of you who know me are probably raising one eyebrow because you know I have my first novel … Continue reading

It Follows (2014)

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Today’s guest reviewer is longtime friend, Steve Spatucci. Steve and I have known each other since high school and he loves horror, sci-fi, and all things geeky as much as I do. He saw IT FOLLOWS last week (I still haven’t been able to get away to see it yet) and he agreed to write … Continue reading

The Maniac Cop Trilogy


Actor Robert Z’Dar died on Monday, March 30 2015, age 64, of a cardiac arrest in Pensacola, Florida, while attending a local comic convention. In his time he had been a football player, Chippendale dancer, Chicago cop, but most certainly the jut-jawed giant (the result of a medical condition called cherubism) was known for his … Continue reading

The Millennium Bug (2011)

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Here’s a film I was following for quite a while when it suddenly seemed to disappear off the radar. THE MILLENNIUM BUG caught my attention back in 2012 due to its title and cover art. The film takes place on December 31, 1999 and plays off the Y2K hysteria that rocked the world. If you’re too … Continue reading

Voices From the Grave (2014)

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The horror landscape has been flooded with horror anthologies as of late. We’ve gotten everything from the standard VHS anthology films (click here, here, and here) to the super short entries of the ABCs OF DEATH films (click here and here). I’m glad there’s been a resurgence of the anthology format. There’s a lot of fun … Continue reading

Bad Kids Go To Hell (2012)

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What would’ve happened if THE BREAKFAST CLUB was a horror film? If the kids that were gathered together for Saturday detention suddenly started getting picked off one by one? Well BAD KIDS GO TO HELL is here to answer that question. Based on the popular indie comic book by Matthew Spradlin and Barry Bazz Wernick, BAD KIDS GO … Continue reading

Official Trailer Drops for Maggie

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Arnold Schwarzenegger isn’t just all about being expendable or terminating people. and this May you can see the action star in a new setting – a zombie film. MAGGIE is directed by Henry Hobson, written by John Scott 3, and along with Schwarzenegger stars Abigail Breslin, Joely Richardson, Laura Cayouette, J.D. Evermore, and Denise Williamson. Check out the plot crunch: A teenage girl in … 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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