At the Devil’s Door (2014)

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One of my earliest reviews for Anythinghorror involved a movie called THE PACT (have a read of it here), a 2012 film from writer/director Nicholas McCarthy. McCarthy had started out making documentary shorts on feature films such as ROBOCOP, STARSHIP TROOPERS, SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, and THE PRINCESS BRIDE, and in 2011 he made an … Continue reading

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Odd Thomas (2013)

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I can be a verbose writer. Very wordy, going off on tangents and generally sprawling myself out like a walrus hogging the whole couch and making you kids sit on the floor. Sometimes, concise is better. Especially when there’s not much to say about a subject. Take this movie I’m writing about now, ODD THOMAS, … Continue reading

The Strain (2014)

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You know, I remember a time when the scariest thing on television was Sesame Street’s Count. Seriously, the way he’d look directly into the camera, DIRECTLY INTO MY SOUL, and see me sitting on my parents’ couch in my Spider-Man pyjamas, and I knew, I KNEW, that he would visit me in bed that night, … 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

Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lamprey’s is Coming to DVD/Blu-Ray

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I’m gonna fall back on an oldie but goodie cliche: Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water!! And don’t worry, we’re not talking about sharks or any monster du jour from the SyFy Channel. I’m talking about James Cullen Bressack’s BLOOD LAKE: ATTACK OF THE KILLER LAMPREY’S. Even the title … Continue reading

Teaser Trailer Drops for The Guest

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Did you like YOU’RE NEXT? Did you like the blending of action and horror in it? If you did then you’ll like this bit of news. The team behind 2011s YOU’RE NEXT is back with THE GUEST and I’ve got the teaser trailer for you. THE GUEST is directed by Adam Wingard, written by Simon Barrett, … Continue reading

The Zombie and the Coed Stoner (2014)

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A few years ago, I was a member of a terrific improvisational comedy group called Comedysportz. Established in America (Manchester, England, has the only non-US team, and I was the token Yank), it consists of performers competing against each other in family-friendly, Whose Line Is It Anyway-style games based on suggestions from the audience (“You’re … Continue reading

Dark Floors (2008)

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Oh Lordy, Lordy, Lordi… I could stop the review right there, that joke’s probably the most entertaining part of this film, and it’s not even in it. For our non-European readers, the Eurovision Song Contest is a funny thing: about nine hundred and thirty countries send some nobodies out to represent them, singing forgettable ballads … Continue reading

Casting News Drops on Valley of the Sasquatch

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A new Bigfoot-exploitation film, VALLEY OF THE SASQUATCH, is in pre-prouction and I couldn’t be happier!! I know that the sub-genre of Bigfoot horror flicks is a mixed bag at best, but when you get a good one, like WILLOW CREEK, it’s all worth it. VALLEY OF THE SASQUATCH is written and directed by John Portanova … 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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