World War Z

Book Review: World War Z

World War Z: Okay zombie fans, I have a treat for you. I just got done reading what just may well be the BEST piece of zombie fiction ever put to paper.  I know what you�re...
The Fog

Film Review: The Fog

I�'ll be the first to admit that for years I would vigorously protest all news of any of my favorite films being recycled and remanufactured into an updated version for the Pepsi generation. How...
Resident Evil

FILM REVIEW: Resident Evil: Extinction

Resident Evil: Extinction comes after Resident Evil: Apocalypse, a film I have not seen.  From what I understand, that film was a sequel to Resident Evil, a film I don't completely regret seeing, although...
Saw IV

FILM REVIEW: Saw IV

"I want to die.  I'm tired of this game." - Someone in Saw IV Saw IV: You said it, man.  The Saw films enter their fourth year this weekend.  With this film guaranteed to bring in...
King Kong

DVD Review: King Kong Two-Disc Special Edition

'It was Beauty, killed the Beast'. With that memorable line, so ended one of the film industry's most classic films, 1933's, King Kong. The 1933 version of, King Kong, is without a doubt, one of the...
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...
Behind the Mask

Film Review: Behind the Mask – The Rise of Leslie Vernon

If horror flicks were rocks - let's look at the pile known as "the slasher movie". In here are stones that range from absolutely worthless like that black piece of coal - Ulli Lommel's...
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Film Review: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning

Many have regarded 2003�s remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Review) as one of the worst ideas in the long, sad history of bad ideas in the Hollywood horror community.  It was a classic, it was perfection, what...
DIARY OF THE DEAD review

Film Review: DIARY OF THE DEAD

DIARY OF THE DEAD Review: George A. Romero recently celebrated his 4th decade in the film business.  Originally attempting to make an Ingmar Berman-inspired coming-of-age film in the Middle Ages (SUMMER WITH MONIKA meets THE SEVENTH SEAL?), funding...
GRINDHOUSE

Film Review: GRINDHOUSE

It's hard to choose any one single element of GRINDHOUSE that makes it one of the best genre films ever made. Is it the none stop action, the mind-numbing violence, the free flowing blood,...