Don’t Die on Me Now

Animalistic Review

Animalistic | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

Although filmmakers Sonny Laguna and Tommy Wiklund released another film on home video earlier this year, it’s been quite some time since I’ve watched anything by the co-directors. Their past projects have been a bit of a mixed bag for me, but I was still pretty damn excited to see what these two have cooked up for us once again. Was their 2015 film Animalistic a good film to end 2018 off with? Read on to find out…

The Plot

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You Don’t Believe in the Boogeyman?

Halloween 2018 Review

Halloween 2018 | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

It’s not often that I get to sit and enjoy what would be considered a “mainstream” horror film. Sure, they are out there, but for the most part, I am watching direct-to-home release independent features. There’s nothing wrong with that, but it is extremely nice to take a break from those from time to time to watch something more ‘polished.’ This brings me to the mother of all horror films in 2018, in my humble opinion, David Gordon Green’s Halloween. [...]

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So a Serial Killer is Cool?

Party Night Review

Party Night | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

In the past, I’ve explained that I go through phases with my horror viewing. There will be months where I’ll watch nothing but werewolf flicks or a long stretch where it’s all found footage films. Currently, I seem to be diving deeper into another of my slasher episodes. After my viewing of Troy Escamilla’s latest feature, a few days ago, I thought it only fitting to watch his first film, Party Night.

The Plot

A group of friends [...]

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It’s Too Bad We’re Not Horses

Bird Box Review

Bird Box | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

I tend to steer clear of the films that make the most noise, the films that everyone claims are “the best I’ve ever seen.” More often than not, I am sorely disappointed. Disappointed that the films most certainly do not live up to the hype, and, more strongly, disappointed in the gross exaggeration of the people making those types of declarations. Alas, I am only human, and I can only drown out the masses for so long. I had to [...]

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Just Some Hamburger Casualties

Evil Dead Trap Review

Evil Dead Trap | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

Now that Christmas has come and gone, it’s time to get back to the myriad of non-holiday titles that are out there. I happened to get a delivery from an eBay order today, so it seemed like the perfect film to throw on and share with you all… as strange as that experience may have turned out to be. The film in question is Toshiharu Ikeda’s Evil Dead Trap.

The Plot

Nami is the host of a late night [...]

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Apparel for Horror Lovers: Cavity Colors

Spine-Chilling Spotlight

Cavity Colors Spine-Chilling Spotlight

Fans of the horror genre are a loyal bunch. Horror collectors, even more so. We’ve been known to collect various copies of our favorite films, many times double and even triple dipping, picking up any VHS, DVD, Blu-ray, or UHD copy we can get our hands on. Some of us also happen to collect more than just horror films, too. That’s where a company like Cavity Colors comes in.

A small company located in Atlanta, GA, Cavity Colors has [...]

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