Posts Tagged ‘horror-comedy’

Filthy McNasty 4 is here!

Filthy McNasty 4 is here!

Tweet It’s got one hell of a name for a movie: Filthy McNasty 4: Carnal Holocaust is now available exclusively on Amazon and the Tempe Online Store! Looks like the titles are limited edition, and if you order by end of the day tomorrow, January 18th, you’ll get a 20% discount from Tempe if you use the […]




Real Heroes is real fun

Real Heroes is real fun

Tweet Real Heroes is a lot of things I love about horror comedy: it’s ridiculous (in a good way), it’s got a wacky storyline, AND it involves horror-people being blown up, people getting an ax to the shoulder, the good stuff. This insanely clever film is an absolute must-see. Real Heroes takes place in an alternate universe […]




The Trailer Park Presents: The Shut In Spectacular…Netflix Edition

The Trailer Park Presents: The Shut In Spectacular…Netflix Edition

Tweet When you’re forced outta bed at 6 am each day, you fall in love with coffee and you learn to just bury yourself in Netflix.  This could have good and bad results.  Well, instead of digging too far into the semantics of it all, I figured I’d give you a snippet, a trailer, and […]




The Billy Garberina-Directed “I HEART U” A Bright Light In A Batch Of New Indie Releases…

The Billy Garberina-Directed “I HEART U” A Bright Light In A Batch Of New Indie Releases…

The movies have started rollin’ in and they’re lookin’ good…




“The Last Buck Hunt” Teaser is Here!

“The Last Buck Hunt” Teaser is Here!

Tweet Below is the teaser trailer for The Last Buck Hunt, the latest film from directors Nick and Becky Sayers of Seattle’s independent film scene.                    Here’s the synopsis: “Led by a wanna-be hunting prodigy, the hapless crew of an outdoors show hunt a legendary buck that’s terrorized […]




I’m Not Dead, I’m A Dad: Catching Up With What I’ve Been Watching…

I’m Not Dead, I’m A Dad: Catching Up With What I’ve Been Watching…

Dead babysitters, vinyl records, butthole demons…ya’ know the usual meeting minutes.




100 Bloody Acres (Cyan Films, 2012)

100 Bloody Acres (Cyan Films, 2012)

TUCKER AND DALE VS. EVIL meets THE CORPSE GRINDERS, filtered through the lens of Ozploitation. You’re goddamn right you want to see this.




Some Guy Who Kills People (Anchor Bay Entertainment)

Some Guy Who Kills People (Anchor Bay Entertainment)

A slasher movie that tugs at my heart strings…who’da thunk??




Exclusive First Look: Warlock Home Video’s Sexquatch

Exclusive First Look: Warlock Home Video’s Sexquatch

Warning: If you hate having a good time, do not see this movie! On the other hand, if you’re lookin’ for kicks, Sexquatch is yo’ thang…




My Quick Guide To Summer Horror Movies

My Quick Guide To Summer Horror Movies

Tweet Summer is upon us,and it’s hotter than hell out there. So what better time to take a look back at some classic “summer” horror movies.  This list is in no particular order, it was just an idea I came up with yesterday that sounded like fun.  All movies I am sharing are from my […]




Love and Chainsaws: The Chainsaw Sally Show, Season 2

Love and Chainsaws: The Chainsaw Sally Show, Season 2

Hey, Kids, it’s the Chainsaw Sally Show!




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 […]




Dr. Shock, Or: How I Learned to Love Independent Movies

Dr. Shock, Or: How I Learned to Love Independent Movies

Tweet “Hey couch potatoes it’s me, Dr. Shock, your Midnight Mental Maniac, your Marauder of Mayhem, your Lieutenant of Lunacy, your Prince of Puns!” So began many a Saturday nights on WUPW Fox 36 in Toledo, Ohio when Dr. Shock’s X-ray Chiller Theatre hit the airwaves.  From 1989 till 1992 Dr. Shock and his cast […]




Cinema Wasteland: The Flicks

Cinema Wasteland:  The Flicks

Tweet What would a movie convention be without plenty of kick ass movies to sit and watch over three days? Last weekend’s Cinema Wasteland once again had a hefty handful of films from the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s as well as some independent flicks still looking for distribution. Of course I couldn’t see everything screened […]




Cinema Wasteland: Frank Henenlotter

Cinema Wasteland:  Frank Henenlotter

Tweet Cinema Wasteland’s fall show was held over the weekend  just outside Cleveland, Ohio. As usual it was a slam dunk of an event with it’s extremely laid back and fan friendly fibe. This time the panel was home to the one and only Frank Henenlotter!  Frank was a convention first timer, and I can totally see […]




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