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The Omega Man (1971)

This is another birthday gift, a DVD of one of my favourite films of all time. I remember seeing this on TV as a boy, on the 4:30 Movie on ABC (Channel 7 in the New York area), the place where I was introduced to Toho’s GODZILLA movies, the PLANET OF THE APES series, and … Continue reading

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Rabid (1977)

This is the raw, gruesome, and disturbing Cronenberg I love. RABID is one of David Cronenberg’s body horror masterpieces (along with SHIVERS, THE BROOD, VIDEODROME, and THE FLY). Fans of both David Cronenberg and Anything Horror will be familiar with the sub-genre in horror known as “body horror.” In this sub-genre the human body itself … Continue reading

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More Brains! A Return to the Living Dead (2011)

Okay, so it’s my birthday. I don’t like celebrating them, except that I suppose you celebrate the fact that you haven’t died yet, especially of something embarrassing. Burgomaster Hans Steininger died in 1567 when he broke his neck tripping over his own 4.5 foot long beard. Paul G Thomas, the co-owner of a textile company, … Continue reading

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President Wolfman (2012)

THIS is what happens when you let your guard down, even if only for a second. When I first read the description for PRESIDENT WOLFMAN I thought it sounded like it was going to be a fun, silly, exploitation film full of gore and titties. I couldn’t have been more wrong. In fact, I was so … Continue reading

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The Walking Dead – The Game

Here’s a bloke we haven’t herd from in a while!! Welcome back James Saunders, and thanks for the review!! “I saw a cop come back from the dead.” – Lee Everett So around the beginning of August I stumbled back home from a particularly heavy night of drunken debauchery, slept as best I could (i.e. … Continue reading

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She (2014)

As in most genres, the horror genre can be roughly divided into those filmmakers who just want to make a kickass horror film and those who want to make a horror film that’s both kickass and one which has a message, whether it be a social or political commentary/metaphor. When a filmmaker makes a horror film … Continue reading

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Bigfoot Wars (2014)

Wow!! What the fuck did I just watch?? I’m so completely gobsmacked by what I just saw that I’m almost at a loss for words. Almost. I was really looking forward to seeing BIGFOOT WARS, which is based on the novel BIGFOOT WAR by Eric S. Brown. First a little something about Brown’s novels. To … Continue reading

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Z Nation (2014)

There’s a food truck on a particular road on the route I take going to work. It’s a simple, basic set-up, it’s an ordinary guy running things, not a franchise, And there’s a small rickety table and two chairs set up beside it. And the food? Sausages, bacon, eggs in various greasy combinations, shoved into … Continue reading

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Catch of the Day (2014)

Get ready to once again enter the batshit crazy world of James Balsamo. Balsamo is becoming a household name on the indie horror scene and is a machine, cranking out four indie horror films since 2011. I know that’s a film a year but for a filmmaker who doesn’t have a major Hollywood studio backing … Continue reading

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The Pack (2010)

When some people think of the French, things like great wines, cheeses, and works of art might come to mind. But for me when I think of the French the only thing I think about is disturbing, hardcore horror films. The French have played an important role in reshaping the face of the modern horror … 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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