Do me a favour, okay True Believers? Don’t tell my lady that my most favourite present this Christmas wasn’t the men’s cologne she got me, it was CRYSTAL LAKE MEMORIES: THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF FRIDAY THE 13TH. (She’s probably guessed it already, though; I’ve only used the cologne once, but I’ve stayed up for the … Continue reading
Last month I reported that the uber-documentary, CRYSTAL LAKE MEMORIES: THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF FRIDAY THE 13TH, was going to be released on August 27, 2013 (here). Well unfortunately we’re gonna have to wait a little longer. It seems due to the scope of the documentary, more time was needed in post-production. I can live … Continue reading
ALIEN FROM AREA 51: THE ALIEN AUTOPSY FOOTAGE REVEALED is a documentary that aims to shine a light on the quagmire of the Alien Autopsy footage that flooded the airwaves in 1995. Fox got some huge ratings off the whole thing and the public was left with a very one-sided view of the event. This … Continue reading
Here’s another pre-Halloween treat for all you Dracula and vampire lovers. DRACULA: THE VAMPIRE AND THE VOIVODE is an extremely comprehensive documentary that delves into the lives of Bram Stoker and the 15th century ruler (or Voivode) of Wallachia, Vlad the Impaler. And when I say ‘comprehensive,’ I mean COM-PRE-HEN-SIVE!! Writer, director, and cameraman Michael … Continue reading
J.T. Petty. Readers of anythinghorror.com will, no doubt, know who this is. Petty came on the scene in 2001 with the amazing SOFT FOR DIGGING. Now I hate using this description, but SOFT FOR DIGGING is an experimental horror film. The basic story is that an older man, living a hermit’s life in the woods, … Continue reading
CROPSEY tells the story of real life “urban legend” Andre Rand, the killer of 5 kids on Staten Island.
Brace yourselves. I have a review for an original production from a cable channel that has no giant creatures, no world ending catastrophes, no shitty CGI f/x, and no questionable acting. That’s right; last night I watched an advanced DVD copy of Chiller Channel’s first original special … and it doesn’t star Dean Cain and … Continue reading
The horror documentary is a difficult one to pull off successfully. There’s times when those being interviewed come off sounding arrogant (like in HIS NAME WAS JASON; see my review) and sometimes the material isn’t really examined in enough detail (again, HIS NAME WAS JASON). On the other hand there are times when a horror … Continue reading