Hell to Pay

Short Film Review: Hell to Pay

Directed by:  Patrick Rea Running Time:  14 minutes Body Count:  1 I'm beginning to love the independent horror film scene - its like a neverending Creepshow - segment after segment of horrifying plots and premises.  Targeted dead-aim...
THE CABIN IN THE WOODS

DVD Review: THE CABIN IN THE WOODS

THE CABIN IN THE WOODS is one of the more bizarre genre offerings of the last few years. Filmed in 2009, the film was originally supposed to be released by MGM which, unfortunately, had...
FILM REVIEW: The Mist

FILM REVIEW: The Mist

FILM REVIEW: The Mist FILM REVIEW: The Mist: Unless I Am Legend pulls an eleventh-hour Rocky come-from-behind, The Mist will stand as the best horror film of 2007. Frank Darabont, the director behind sentimental movies like The Shawshank Redemption and The Majestic, has...
The Host

Film Review: The Host

The Host: I want to preclude this review with a statement and it may seem a little out of place but trust me, keep reading. I really don�t think to much of imported horror. So, why...
GUTTERBALLS

Film Review: GUTTERBALLS

The best compliment I can give Gutterballs is that the director achieves his goal: the film feels like a relic from the early eighties, looking every bit like a video nasty that was rejected from cinemas.  There...
DARK NIGHT OF THE SCARECROW

Blu-ray Review: DARK NIGHT OF THE SCARECROW

DARK NIGHT OF THE SCARECROW is one of the most revered made-for-TV thrillers ever made. Originally broadcasted on CBS-TV on Saturday, October 24, 1981, I completely missed out the film's initial airing (how this...
The Wicker Man

Retro Review: The Wicker Man (1973)

Id had The Wicker Man (1973) on DVD for a few weeks before I had even given it a chance.  After loaning it out I heard groans of a 1970s musical, and some blonde chick doin...
The Boys From Brazil

Retro Review: The Boys From Brazil (1978)

Lets not lie - we like violence in films.  We salivate at the sight of blood, and we hungrily consume stories of detriment and failure to survive.  Even a bloodthirsty and devoted horror fan...
Son of Kong

DVD Review: Son of Kong

Hot off the success of, King Kong (Review), RKO Pictures with the team of producer Merian C. Cooper, director Ernest B. Schoedsack and writer Ruth Rose brought a sequel to the big screen....the same year of King Kong's 1933...
Saw III

Film Review: Saw III

You know, I don�t think I�ve ever been as excited to see a new horror film as I was when I went into the theater to see Saw III.  Though a bit inconsistent tonally, one cannot...