Evil Laugh Video Review
Just like every Wednesday, Rottin’ Roger DeMarco is back with another one of his video reviews! This time around, he takes a look at the 1986 slasher flick, Evil Laugh.
Directed by Dominick Brascia (Joey from Friday the 13th: A New Beginning), Evil Laugh blended horror and self-aware comedic elements, 20 years before films like Scream mastered the art.
Roger has tons of insight and behind-the-scenes tidbits about this film that you’re going to want to hear. He [...]
Creepshow 2 Video Review
Is it Wednesday already? It sure is! You know what that means, folks. Rottin’ Roger is back again with another video review; This time, he tackles Michael Gornick’s anthology sequel, Creepshow 2.
Written by horror titans Stephen King and George A. Romero, this sequel revives the anthology formula utilized in the first film, five years earlier. How does Creepshow 2 hold up to its predecessor? Press play on the video below and find out what Roger has to say, [...]
The Bye Bye Man Video Review
Rottin’ Roger takes on Stacy Title’s PG-13 horror flick, The Bye Bye Man, in his newest video review. Was it worth the watch? Click play below and find out. While you’re at it, be sure to visit the official YouTube channel here, click the thumbs up, and subscribe!
Jason Takes Manhattan Video Review
Tune in as Rottin’ Roger shares his thoughts on Rob Hedden’s 1989 installment into the cult classic Friday the 13th franchise, Jason Takes Manhattan. How does Friday the 13th Part VIII measure up to the rest of the famous slasher series? Click play and find out! Also be sure to visit the channel here, give the review a thumbs up, and hit that subscribe button!
Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III Video Review
This week, Rottin’ Roger DeMarco shares his review of the third film in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise, Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III. Is Jeff Burr’s 1990 slasher sequel as exciting and memorable as the first two cult classics?
Watch Roger’s video and find out! Visit the official YouTube channel by clicking here and don’t forget to give a thumbs up and to hit that subscribe button.
Jeepers Creepers II Review
In 2003, Victor Salva decided it was a good idea to release the follow-up film to his sleeper hit, Jeepers Creepers. It had been two years and some of the hype had worn off, not to mention the internet was buzzing with talk of how despicable Victor Salva truly was. Light was being shed on his past and many horror fans were not having it. Perhaps the final nail in the coffin Jeepers Creepers II was trying to open [...]
The 2012 film Found was an amazing feature that quickly gained a following and earned itself quite the reputation. The main characters, Marty and Steve, both have opposite reactions to a film [within the film] called Headless. With a fan base growing for Found, the question was bound to come up — “Will Headless ever be a feature?” At first, the answer was no… until writers Nathan Erdel and Todd Rigney created a world worth exploring.