Archive for July, 2015

Review of Tommy Faircloth’s slasher Dollface

Review of Tommy Faircloth’s slasher Dollface

Tweet Some plots exist only as the vehicles with which to carry home certain actions, or a certain point. In the case of Tommy Faircloth’s straightforward slasher Dollface, that’s a certain knifepoint. The plot essentially serves as a vehicle with which to carry out multiple murders by Crinoline Head, a mentally disturbed serial killer who still […]




Cult horror film The Basement starts North America cinema and expo tour tomorrow

Cult horror film The Basement starts North America cinema and expo tour tomorrow

Tweet The Tales from the Crypt inspired 1989 8mm anthology feature The Basement, produced and shot by Camp Motion Pictures and Film Photography Project owner Michael Raso, will screen in select independent theaters in the US and Canada beginning tomorrow, July 28, at 8:30 pm at the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz location. This will be followed by  a […]




Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein comes to DVD and digital November 10th!

Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein comes to DVD and digital November 10th!

Tweet 1999’s cult sensation Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein will be released by Camp Motion Pictures on DVD and digital on November 10th! Brian O’Hara’s horror-comedy was the official selection of over 20 international film festivals and the winner of Melbourne Underground Film Festival’s “Most Gratuitous Violence” Award. Now, for the first time, it’s available to watch at home in […]




Review of The Vatican Tapes

Review of The Vatican Tapes

Tweet It’s no secret that many Hollywood films base their plotlines around one of several formulas, depending on what kind of movie they’re making. Big-budget horror movies often make use of these formulas as well, so when you’re watching, say, a movie about someone who’s been possessed by Satan or a demon, you pretty much […]




Second screening of A Christmas Horror Story has been announced!

Second screening of A Christmas Horror Story has been announced!

Tweet More A Christmas Horror Story News! The film had its world premier this past Monday at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival, and it was so awesome that a second screening has been scheduled for the closing night of the festival. Here are the deets: Second Screening will be on Wed, Aug 5 at 7:30PM at […]




Walking Dead Season 5 deleted scene!

Walking Dead Season 5 deleted scene!

Tweet Below is a deleted scene from the home release of The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season. Check it out:                          On August 25th, Anchor Bay Entertainment gives home entertainment fans their annual Walker fix with The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season Blu-ray™ + […]




New trailer for The Horror Network

New trailer for The Horror Network

Tweet Wild Eye Releasing has debuted a new trailer for their anthology release this Halloween, The Horror Network.  Created by Brian Dorton and Douglas Conner, this first volume of terror tales features segments directed by Dorton, Conner, Joseph Graham, Manuel Marín, Lee Matthews, and Ignacio Martín Lerma. Critics have called the series “a collection of nightmares […]




Review of indie film Suburbanite

Review of indie film Suburbanite

Tweet Suburbanite, the debut feature of indie filmmaker Andy Lohrenz, takes a look at the complicated lives of your average white-collar, suburbia-dwelling guy, the kind of guy who has a white picket fence, a Golden Retriever, 2.5 kids, and a well-groomed wife. In the process, it reveals the tangled human emotions of people who wind […]




New creepy trailer for The Gift!

New creepy trailer for The Gift!

Tweet The past will come back to haunt you in this new trailer for STX Entertainment’s The Gift, starring Jason Bateman, Rebecca Hall and Joel Edgerton, also making his directorial debut. Watch The EXCLUSIVE Trailer For The Gift Here! In case you’ve forgotten, here’s the official synopsis: “Can you really go through life having never […]




World premier of A Christmas Horror Story July 20th!

World premier of A Christmas Horror Story July 20th!

Tweet First the new Suicide Squad trailer, now something that combines Christmas AND horror: what a lovely day! Steven Hoban, president of Copperheart Entertainment, has announced that A Christmas Horror Story, described as “an interconnected hair-raising tale of Yuletide terror,” will have its world premier on July 20th at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival. According to the press […]




New clip for Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno!

New clip for Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno!

Tweet Well, San Diego Comic Con happened, and it gave us lots of great stuff that wasn’t previously available about all our favorite TV shows, movies, directors, actors, etc., including this new clip from Eli Roth’s upcoming film The Green Inferno:                           The Green […]




Review of All American Bully

Review of All American Bully

Tweet Bullying in school has become an extremely popular topic for films to discuss, particularly as of late. Although all of the movies made on this subject attempt to contribute something to the conversation, many of them become confused and bogged down by how convoluted of a topic this is. All American Bully succeeds in crafting a […]




Review of short film “Red Wolf Pines”

Review of short film “Red Wolf Pines”

Tweet If you’ll recall, a while back, I watched and reviewed UK filmmaker Mike Tack’s short film “The Allotment.” Well he recently came out with something new: this short film is called “Red Wolf Pines.” It tells story of a group of men who commit a murder in the woods, only to have revenge taken […]




Etiquette Pictures’ Inaugural Release of “Some Call It Loving” Sign Of Greatness To Come…

Etiquette Pictures’ Inaugural Release of “Some Call It Loving” Sign Of Greatness To Come…

Etiquette Pictures debuts like Elvis Costello…with style & conviction.




Review of The Sky Has Fallen

Review of The Sky Has Fallen

Tweet Well, it’s finally happened. I’ve found a zombie movie I didn’t enjoy. The Sky Has Fallen, which is billed as a story about “love in the time of the zombie apocalypse” has all the drama of a telenovela and is about as interesting to boot. In fact, it mostly just seems like an excuse for […]




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