Archive for January, 2012

Cold Creepy Feeling: City Mouse in the Ranch Style Ghost House

Cold Creepy Feeling: City Mouse in the Ranch Style Ghost House

Tweet Cold Creepy Feeling from California’s High Voltage is the story of a young couple trying to escape big city living to find a simpler life in the country. What they find is a life simply filled with somebody else’s simple deaths;  in other words, unsettled spirits. While the haunted house has seen a re-emergence […]




IT’S ALIVE: Die, Develkok Die Begins Its Journey to Gore You Like a Bull

IT’S ALIVE: Die, Develkok Die Begins Its Journey to Gore You Like a Bull

Tweet Here’s a movie to keep your eyes out for and it’s from one of our own. Mike Dobrzelecki, writer for The Blood Sprayer and independent filmmaker. He’s putting together something you’re sure to find up your retro alleys (synopsis below). Take a gander at the trailer and show some support for big gore films! […]




Indie Spotlight: A Preview Of Andy Copp’s Mindbender “Church Of The Eyes”

Indie Spotlight:  A Preview Of Andy Copp’s Mindbender “Church Of The Eyes”

Ohio is for lovers…and deity killing.




Interview with Justin Erickson, New Art Director for Rue Morgue Magazine

Interview with Justin Erickson, New Art Director for Rue Morgue Magazine

Tweet Last we met with illustrator/graphic designer Justin Erickson (read the interview) he and his co-conspirer, Paige Reynolds, had just launched Phantom City Creative. Since then, the duo have rocked out a buttload of horror-inspired art posters for the likes of TwitchFilm, Mondo Tees, Anchor Bay Entertainment and more. Beyond that, Erickson himself has recently […]




Is it the End of the World yet?

Is it the End of the World yet?

New Horror flicks to keep an eye out for this New Year.




Muerte Las Vegas: Hostel III Reveiw

Muerte Las Vegas: Hostel III Reveiw

Tweet You know what Scott Spiegel? I love Evil Dead II! It’s my favorite in the series. And while we’re talking about your previous endeavors let me just say that I thought Intruder was hilarious. I’m not sure I’d give it the super duper rub down treatment that some folks bestow upon it, but it’s […]




THE EXTERMINATOR: Historical Fiction on Blu Ray/DVD Combo

THE EXTERMINATOR: Historical Fiction on Blu Ray/DVD Combo

Tweet The Exterminator has been released on Blu Ray/DVD combo. I’m not sure you call this one a horror picture though. I think you call this one an action packed, thriller/revenge film. A little bit higher brow than exploitation.  I think you might also consider calling it historical fiction. James Glickenhaus probably didn’t set out […]




My Apology To You…

My Apology To You…

Not my finest hour…




New Genre Programming Coming Soon To Your Televisions

New Genre Programming Coming Soon To Your Televisions

Tweet Tired of crappy reality shows and dancing high school students? Craving some of the warm fuzzy feelings you got every Wednesday night when American Horror Story was on? Then get ready for three new shows and one returning show hoping to fill our winters with a little fright. First up is the American debut […]




Hotdogging Around with MEATBALL MACHINE

Hotdogging Around with MEATBALL MACHINE

There’s a new Keyboard Cowboy in town.




Swords and Sorcery? More Like Battleaxes and Bosoms!: A Look at the DEATHSTALKER Franchise

Swords and Sorcery? More Like Battleaxes and Bosoms!: A Look at the DEATHSTALKER Franchise

“Deathstalker? Is that your first name, or your last name?” doesn’t really compare to “Do you want to live forever?” in the realms of sword and sorcery dialogue, but these films are fun nonetheless.




Rage (2010) Review

Rage (2010) Review

Tweet Sometimes the simplest approach to making a movie tends to be the best, especially when making low budget films. Rage is a perfect example of less being more, and in return you get a very entertaining thriller well worth your 90 minutes. The plot for Rage is a basic setup.  Dennis Twist is a […]




The Summer of Massacre (2011) Review

The Summer of Massacre (2011) Review

Tweet Rarely at the Blood Sprayer do I have the opportunity to review a movie with a Guinness World Record, but Joe Castro’s latest The Summer of Massacre holds just that distinction. He didn’t just go for any typical world record, but one us horror fanatics can get behind 100%, and that is “most onscreen […]




I’M NOT DEAD YET: Confessions of a Horror Film Festival Judge

I’M NOT DEAD YET: Confessions of a Horror Film Festival Judge

Tweet DISCLAIMER: This article is in no way talking about the Killer Film Fest in a negative light. The festival itself supports an independent base of films for its selection and we commend them for that. This is only the account of what it is like to be a judge at a festival.  To have […]




Breaking Glass Pictures Offers Killer Discount

Breaking Glass Pictures Offers Killer Discount

Tweet Wanna pick up a copy of Easter Bunny Kill! Kill!? Maybe you live in Staten Island and have not as of yet perused the documentary Cropsey. Now’s the chance at a rather generious discount.  Breaking Glass Pictures is cutting you a break for the holiday season (or post-holiday season as it were). See below […]




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