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VOODOO (2017): Review – Doggystyle’n With A Demon

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I have to admit this is one of the more unique found footage films I have seen. But don’t let that fool you, there are some major issues with the film, outside of the whole tired found footage genre. Voodoo  tells the tale of Dani, a southern girl going to the big city of Los…

CAPTURE KILL RELEASE (2016): Review – There Is No Release From This One

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Capture Kill Release  is a POV shot (aka “found-footage” film) that has some merits, even though I am not fond of the sub-genre. The flick follows the same formula of said sub-genre to the point of nothing actually happening until about an hour into the movie.  Sure, we get glimpses of character traits and bits and pieces…

THE FIANCÉ (2016): Review…”Buck up, Bucko”

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Sometimes trailers and synopses can be deceiving. As a horror fan and creature feature fan, I was excited about this film after viewing the trailer. It looked like an action-packed, funny take on the bigfoot creature in all its glory. However, watching the film I was left laughing hysterically — not at the humor IN…

HAVENHURST (2016): Review…You Can Check Out Any Time You Like…

You ever outsmart yourself?  You come up with an idea, be it for work, personal reasons, school assignment, whatever — an idea that transcends the norm, and you put it into action, perhaps somewhat proud of your own cleverness and confident that everyone will be blown away by it…and then either nobody notices, or no…

FRIDAY THE 13th (1980): Retro Review…What Day Is It??

In honor of this special day to us horror fans, we’re proud to present our review of the only film that  really counts today — the original classic that started it all! Following the success of John Carpenter’s landmark Halloween, writer/director Sean Cunningham hoped to catch some of that same lightning in a bottle of his…

THE ORPHAN KILLER (2011): Review…A Treat For The Gorehounds

Matt Farnsworth’s The Orphan Killer  has been hailed as “the new horror icon of the 21st century”, it’s main antagonist Marcus Miller has been called the “next Jason or Michael Myers” and the film has even been labeled “a game-changer” for the slasher sub-genre…pretty heavy burden for a low-budget indie to step into (but Halloween …

Chad Ferrin’s PARASITES (2016): Review…A Gritty And Intense Thriller!

Parasites is a horrifying tale of real life horror, stuff that I sure really does take place (maybe not this blatant) in many towns across the US. The film tells the tale of three well-off college kids who get lost in an area flooded with homeless, tents lining the streets, and mentally ill homeless rambling…

Why All The Hate? Rob Zombie’s 31: Review

A figure walks slowly towards us, heavily back-lit and in black and white. The shadows finally expose Richard Brake as Doom-Head, with his nasty teeth and painted in cake makeup. Brake begins a chilling, perfectly acted monolouge to one of his victims before we witness his demise via a dull axe to the chest. That…

The Corpse’s Five Days Of Christmas — ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE (2016)

Merry Christmas, Fellow Fans!  For the last our our “Five Days Of Christmas”, we wanted to present to you our review of the most recent of holiday horrors, courtesy of Todd Nunes and company! For all of their formulaic and somewhat repetitive plotlines, slasher films of the 80s will always hold a special place in the…

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