Sharknado 3 To Hit Universal Orlando Resort

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The phenomena that is SHARKNADO is unstoppable. It already California. It already decimated New York City. What’s next? Florida!! (But seriously, who’d know). Director Anthony C. Ferrante is again returning for a SHARKNADO 3 hat trick and Thunder Levin is returning to write the script (he wrote all three SHARKNADO films). So far the film stars Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, … Continue reading

The Burning Dead (2015)

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When I first came across this title I was soooo hoping it meant that humans were being turned into zombies due to a really bad case of gonorrhea!! Nope [cue sad music]. Even though THE BURNING DEAD (formerly titled “Volcano Zombies”) isn’t about a flaming case of the clap it’s a really fun zombie flick that … Continue reading

The Treehouse (2014)


If I had to sum this movie up in three words, it’d be “Slow Burn Disappointment”. When I review a movie, sometimes I will look up reviews in places like IMDb and Metacritic, just to get a feel of how other people feel. Not that it would affect my own opinion, but it sometimes gives … Continue reading

Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead (2014)

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This is the kind of zombie film I live for!! WYRMWOOD: ROAD OF THE DEAD is exactly what the title teases. It’s a zombie film strained through a MAD MAX filter and it completely works. There’s no social commentary, the zombies aren’t metaphors for something else, and there’s no whiney, self-reflective characters. What we get … Continue reading

February’s Love Bites: BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA (1992)


And now we come to what is probably the best-known horror love story: Dracula. Or is it Bram Stoker’s Dracula? Or maybe it’s Francis Ford Coppola’s BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA (depending on what you read, adding the author’s name to the title is either Coppola’s acknowledgement of the importance of the author, such as he did … Continue reading



In one of those Batman graphic novels, the exact title escapes me, the Joker tries to show Batman or Commissioner Gordon or someone how all it takes to turn a decent, ordinary guy into someone as batshit crazy as The Joker is if he has One Bad Day, presumably to lend some justification to his … Continue reading



Of all the unanswerable questions that man has raised, perhaps the most enduring has been, surprisingly not, “Why do hot dogs come in packs of ten but hot dog buns in packs of 8?” but is in fact, “What happens to us after we die?” Of course we can never really know for certain, but … Continue reading

Let Me See Your Eyes (2014)

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Peanut butter and chocolate. Lime juice and cilantro. Christmas morning and snow. These are classic pairings that have proven themselves winners over and over again. To this list I’d add Derek Cole and Stephen Twardokus. Whenever this pair of filmmakers puts out a feature or short film, they never fail to impress. In the world of indie horror, Cole and Twardokus … Continue reading

February’s Love Bites: ED WOOD (1994)

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Love comes in many forms (heh heh): the love for a partner, a parent’s love for their children, a patriot’s love for their country, that sticky awkward love that can get you arrested if it’s done in public places. And in this season of love, we should embrace all (legal) forms of it. Tim Burton’s … Continue reading

The Bunnyman Massacre (2014)

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THE BUNNYMAN MASSACRE can be summed up in two simple sentences: Some films are successful at what they set out to accomplish and others aren’t. THE BUNNYMAN MASSACRE isn’t. This film has a lot of ambition. It looks and feels like it wants to be another TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (or at the least a Grindhouse flick) and it … 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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