Archive for April, 2011

The Eleventh Aggression (2009) Review

The Eleventh Aggression (2009) Review

Tweet Serial killer movies are not my favorite sub-genre of horror, and The Eleventh Aggression was about as average as an entry as you’ll find. The movie quickly introduces us to our killer Jeffrey Walters (played brilliantly by Steve Furedy) and his soon to be ex-girlfriend. After finding out she was cheating on him, Jeffrey […]




I Know You Are, But What Am I?: An Interview with Heather Langenkamp

I Know You Are, But What Am I?: An Interview with Heather Langenkamp

The Pride of Elm Street discusses her new documentary, the state of the NOES franchise, and more.




Skin Eating Jungle Vampires (2001) Review

Skin Eating Jungle Vampires (2001) Review

Tweet Where do I begin with a review for a movie titled Skin Eating Jungle Vampires? Let’s start with the basics- a title breakdown; “skin eating”- not included. Yes, a “jungle” is involved, so got that one right; “Vampires”, absent. You may be asking what exactly is in this movie? Well, I’ll tell you. The […]




Update: SLIME CITY & SLIME CITY MASSACRE Double Feature Benefit, Plus Where Else You Can Get Slimed

Update: SLIME CITY & SLIME CITY MASSACRE Double Feature Benefit, Plus Where Else You Can Get Slimed

Trust me, you’ll be ready to appease the Slime.




Melvin (2009)

Melvin (2009)

Tweet I’ve seen dozens of low-budget zombie films over the years, most of them forgettable. Melvin, from 531 Productions and being distributed by Chemical Burn, is definitely a bright spot amongst them! Melvin is a nerdy high school kid who is picked on by everyone- the cheerleaders, the punk rockers, and even his sister Wendy’s […]




Fateful Sunshine: Interview with screenwriter Jacob Sullivan

Fateful Sunshine: Interview with screenwriter Jacob Sullivan

Tweet Many of us have reached that point in our lives: the moment where we are so fed up with not doing what we want, that we have to break free and make things happen for ourselves. In the film industry, this often means leaving the security of a traditional (maybe unfulfilling) job in the […]




The Defiled (Chemical Burn Entertainment; 2010)

The Defiled (Chemical Burn Entertainment; 2010)

It’s like LEAVE IT TO BEAVER, with Ward Cleaver played by Bill Hinzman.




House of Sin (Chemical Burn Entertainment; 2011)

House of Sin (Chemical Burn Entertainment; 2011)

Welcome to the House of Sin.




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The roar of the grease paint, the smell of the crowd…




Video Nasties: Don’t Go in the Woods (1981)

Video Nasties: Don’t Go in the Woods (1981)

Everyone has nightmares about the ugliest way to die.




Insidious – The Return Of The Scary Movie?

Insidious – The Return Of The Scary Movie?

Tweet I’m sorry that I waited so long to get in on the Insidious craze. I happen to fall outside of the core demographic that the film’s marketing department were advertising to. I’m not a fan of Saw, and I’m even less of a fan of Paranormal Activity. However, I do recognize the talent possessed […]




There Will Be Blood: A Burlesque Tribute to Bloody Movies!

There Will Be Blood: A Burlesque Tribute to Bloody Movies!

April 22nd & 23rd Epic Win Burlesque pays homage to cinematic splatter.




The End of the Affair, or, How I Stopped Loving Horror Films

The End of the Affair, or, How I Stopped Loving Horror Films

Tweet I never had “the” moment when it came to horror films, as all the horror film fans I know seem to have. There was never an older sibling or periphery family member who attempted to get into my good graces by allowing me to pull a VHS copy of A Nightmare on Elm Street […]




Buckle Your Seatbelt, HELLDRIVER Comes to NYC!

Buckle Your Seatbelt, HELLDRIVER Comes to NYC!

Director Yoshihiro Nishimura unleashes his latest opus on the Empire State.




The Shake Up in Saskatchenwan: Pt. 2 – Silver Linings for the Silver Screen

The Shake Up in Saskatchenwan: Pt. 2 – Silver Linings for the Silver Screen

The spirit of Indie Cinema fights back!




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