In my early teen years, while I was still developing into a full-fledged horror addict, I would buy an occasional graphic tee; Random stores in the mall would have a shirt with Jason’s face on it and I’d scoop it up thinking it was the greatest thing to ever happen to me. It wasn’t until many a moon later, when I learned of a company called Fright-Rags, that I knew what real horror apparel was!
Upon doing a [...]
The Mermaid: Lake of the Dead Review
While I generally am a fan of the independent horror scene in the States, it is safe to say I enjoy films from around the world a tad bit more. Some of my favorites, more recently especially, come from Japan or even Australia. With that said, how does Svyatoslav Podgaevskiy’s Russian horror film, The Mermaid: Lake of the Dead, hold up? Read on to find out.
A bachelor party getaway at his summer house proves to be [...]
The horror genre is a vast spectrum made up of tons of mini sub-genres. There are your straight-forward slasher flicks and your creature features. Then there are the more difficult ones to wrap your head around; The ones that don’t quite fit into any one category. That is, at least for me, what can be said about Adrian Corona’s Dis.
An ex-soldier is taking refuge in the woods, where he is one day attacked by a mysterious [...]
Dry Blood Review
Before I created this site years ago, I would watch horror movies as often as possible. Even though it was always one of my favorite hobbies, there was no possible way to watch every single film being released. Even now, with the constant collecting I am doing and all of the films that come my way for review purposes, I still miss out on tons of great projects from very talented filmmakers. Today I can cross one more off of [...]
Full Moon Features has always been a guilty pleasure of mine. Whenever I need a break from all of the serious, head-scratching flicks out there, I know I can always rely on Charles Band and his extensive film catalog to give me one hell of a time. Today’s fun came from the 1987 David DeCoteau film, Creepozoids.
It’s been six years since the war started. A group of surviving soldiers takes refuge from an acid rain storm [...]
When you think of horror in comics, Marvel may not be the first publisher that comes to mind. Depending on your general knowledge of comic books, you may just automatically think of the old EC Comics titles like The Vault of Horror and Tales From the Crypt. You wouldn’t be wrong to think of such standout titles. After all, this is where the ever-adored Crypt-Keeper was first introduced.
EC, or Entertaining Comics, wasn’t the only giant in [...]