Posts Tagged ‘Michael Berryman’

A Review of The Haunted Casino

A Review of The Haunted Casino

Tweet A casino isn’t your typical setting for a horror flick, so in a way writer Domonic Muir and director Charles Band should be praised in their efforts on breaking new ground in the industry. Unfortunately, their desire to up the ante did nothing but reveal their level of amateurity in the genre. Upon discovering […]




William Froste: “Emotionally terrifying, diabolical” and filled with horror veterans

William Froste: “Emotionally terrifying, diabolical” and filled with horror veterans

Tweet Here’s a film you’ll want to put on your IMDb watchlist: director Natalie Bible’s upcoming William Froste, which is packed to the gills with horror veterans and scheduled to begin shooting this September. Here’s the amazing list of horror veterans who’ve attached themselves to the film so far (and this list isn’t even finished-apparently, there’ll […]




I Went To Cinema Wasteland, and All I Got Was This Loose Butthole: A Weekend in Paradise

I Went To Cinema Wasteland, and All I Got Was This Loose Butthole: A Weekend in Paradise

Tweet   Hello loyal Blood Sprayer faithfuls! Waking up from the hangover following this year’s Cinema Wasteland convention in Strongsville, OH, I decided we should probably tell you about the goings on that we had the pleasure of experiencing. Wes, Matt P. and Bill, as well as friends Zach of The Studio on Mars (http://studioonmars.blogspot.com/) […]




SATAN HATES YOU… Good Thing Danger After Dark Doesn’t

SATAN HATES YOU… Good Thing Danger After Dark Doesn’t

Tweet   If you would just peruse the list of horror A-list casting call that makes up this ensemble you would be certain the title is simply a farce, and it’s all brought to you by the good folks over at TLA Releasing under their Danger After Dark banner. This banner is responsible for the […]




Corn-Fed Killings: My Top Five Favorite Killer Redneck Flicks

Corn-Fed Killings: My Top Five Favorite Killer Redneck Flicks

Rednecks: Does the word elicit mental images of Daisy Duke…or Leatherface? This author weighs in with his top five favorite films about killer rednecks.




Smash Cut (Zed Filmworks)

Smash Cut (Zed Filmworks)

If you are a genuine fan of all things low budget and campy, this is the movie for you. As intended, director Lee Demarbre’s (Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter) Smash Cut is a wonderful homage piece to H.G. Lewis as it was intended.