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Booksprayer Summer Reading Club: Heavy Metal Movies by Mike “McBeardo” McPadden

Booksprayer Summer Reading Club: Heavy Metal Movies by Mike “McBeardo” McPadden

Tweet As a full-bore, long haired, 80’s obsessed, denim-n-leather fan of Heavy Metal Rock Music, I immediately knew, upon first hearing the faintest hint of the impending existence of a book like this, that I needed to own it.  I pretty much adore compendium ‘reference’ level tomes like HMM because dorks like us exist for […]




Morris County: A Punishing Look At Americana (Beneath The Underground Films)

Morris County: A Punishing Look At Americana (Beneath The Underground Films)

Consider the anthology bar raised…tenfold.




Dueling Reviews: Camp Motion Pictures Edition!

Dueling Reviews: Camp Motion Pictures Edition!

Tweet Welcome everyone to another edition of Dueling Reviews!  This week I’ve got two recent releases from Camp Motion Pictures, COME AND GET ME (2011) from the land down under versus ROAD HELL (2011) from the good old US of A.  Two independent horror films from opposite ends of the globe, which is worth your blood […]




MP2V (2012) Review

MP2V (2012) Review

Tweet   In this day and age of countless uninspiring horror film remakes, dime-store ‘found footage’ films, and odious CGI monster schlock, you’d be hard-pressed to stumble upon something a little more subversive in regards to the millennial modern day horror film. For the more established and critical horror film fan, there seems to be […]




Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal (2012) Review

Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal (2012) Review

Tweet When I glanced at the subject line in my email for my very first screener to review for The Blood Sprayer, thinks got a little…judgmental. I couldn’t help but immediately cull the idea of sitting through a Tromaesque splat fest with dick and fart jokes thrown in for good measure. In actuality, I was almost […]




Son of a Hundred Maniacs: A Nightmare on Elm Street Retrospective

Son of a Hundred Maniacs: A Nightmare on Elm Street Retrospective

Tweet Since his 1984 debut in the original A Nightmare on Elm Street, the child murderer turned crazy dream ghost known as Freddy Krueger has been one of the most instantly recognizable icons of the horror genre.  He spawned a seven-movie franchise (plus a television series, a crossover film, and a remake) and singlehandedly turned New […]




The Victim (2012) Review

The Victim (2012) Review

Tweet The term grindhouse gets thrown around the horror genre quite a bit these days, thanks in no small part to Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez’s flick from a few years back. What exactly makes a movie a “grindhouse movie”? This was the main question I asked myself after watching The Victim, Michael Biehn’s (Terminator) […]




Time Again (2011) Review

Time Again (2011) Review

Tweet Greeting readers. Time for another movie review, and once again we are gonna leave the horror on the back burner.  Today’s movie, Time Again is a science fiction/action flick coming August 21st from Brain Damage Films.  It also marks the directorial debut of Ray Karwel. Marlo (Angela Rachelle) and Sam (Tara Smoker) are sisters […]




Scalene (2011) Review

Scalene (2011) Review

Tweet Movie review time! This time we’re gonna venture off our normal blood soaked path and go the way of the independent dramatic thriller with Scalene, released earlier this week on DVD and Blu-ray from Breaking Glass Pictures. Janice Trimble is a single mother, who has given her entire life to help care for her […]




Zombiefied (2012) Review

Zombiefied (2012) Review

Tweet What do you get when you mix one part slasher movie with one part zombie movie?  Zombiefied from director Todd Jason Cook is out now on DVD from Celebrity Home Entertainment.  I will admit I am a huge fan of both slashers and zombie films, but can the two co-exist? Zombiefied starts out at […]




Freakshow Apocalypse (2012) Review

Freakshow Apocalypse (2012) Review

Tweet Chemical Burn Entertainments second release of the month is upon us. Freakshow Apocalypse is out today on DVD, and what a weird and wild trip it is from first time writer/producer/and director Matthew Broomfield. A brand new epic myth of our modern apocalypse. The Order of Mystery, a secret society of necromancers dating back […]




Fell: Relationships Can Bring You Down (2010) Review

Fell: Relationships Can Bring You Down (2010) Review

Tweet Chemical Burn Entertainment continues to pump out the indie flicks at a solid pace. Next on the schedule is Fell, coming to DVD on July 10th. Fell is the tale of Bill.  Bill is what most people would call depressed.  He’s quit his band, he has no job, he’s lost his girlfriend, and he’s stopped […]




Tied In Blood (2012) Review

Tied In Blood (2012) Review

Tweet Tied in Blood has been unleashed on the masses this week from Chemical Burn Entertainment.  From first time director Matthew Lawrence, Tied in Blood washes ashore from the United Kingdom, continuing Chemical Burn’s outreach to bring low budget films from across the world to the U.S.  I really enjoy seeing the low budget horror […]




Nina: Crazy Suicide Girl (2012) Review

Nina: Crazy Suicide Girl (2012) Review

Tweet From the splatter-ific shores of Italy comes the newest release from Chemical Burn Entertainment, Nina: Crazy Suicide Girl.  As much as I love Italian horror cinema from the glory days, I must admit I have not kept up on any current movies so let’s see what director Christian Arioli has up his sleeve. Nina […]




Apartment 143 (2012) Review

Apartment 143 (2012) Review

Tweet Okay, I gotta start things off with a little rant.  Why is it that whenever a formula works (primarily in the horror industry) it has to be copied to death until everyone could care less?  First the slasher movie (one of my personal favorite sub-genres I must admit) started off with classics like Halloween, […]




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