Tag Archives: Comedy
Slaughterhouse Rulez Review
When I was younger, I absolutely loathed horror comedies. I didn’t see any place for a film to be both funny and terrifying. Sure, I made exceptions for flicks like The Evil Dead or Dead Alive. Other than those and perhaps a select few others, I wasn’t having it. Now, older and wiser, with open arms, I welcome the marriage of the two genres. The latest film that utilizes this lovely union successfully is Crispian Mills’ Slaughterhouse Rulez.
It’s always fascinating to me how filmmakers are able to come up with new and original ideas in 2019. There have been hundreds of thousands of movies created, so isn’t it nearly impossible to come up with a story that hasn’t been done before? It seems one director in particular didn’t get that memo because I can assure you that Steve Rudzinski’s CarousHELL is as original as they come!
Duke is a carousel unicorn that hates his job. [...]
The Greasy Strangler Review
Well, I’ve been bamboozled by the internet yet again! I guess I should have known what I was getting into with a title like this one, but all I kept reading was how great this movie is. Quite frankly, I am not even sure I know what I just watched after 93 minutes of Jim Hosking’s The Greasy Strangler.
Ronnie and Brayden run a disco tour. When they meet Janet on one of their tours, it begins [...]
Killer Klowns from Outer Space Review
One of my favorite overlooked films has got to be 1988’s Killer Klowns From Outer Space. Most self-respecting cinema fans would take one look at the title and not even give it the time of day. I, however, don’t respect myself… wait. In all seriousness, this movie was a staple of my youth and has become a family favorite now that I have children of my own.
Killer Klowns From Outer Space is almost the perfect introduction to genre [...]
Another WolfCop Review
Any fan of werewolf flicks knows that there has been a shortage of good films in the horror sub-genre as of late. We’ve had some great entries over the last few years with the likes of Late Phases and Howl, but that’s all I can really think of that are worth mentioning. Oh, other than that one great horror comedy from a few years back called WolfCop. Four years later, writer and director Lowell Dean has finally delivered [...]
Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell Review
I can’t necessarily explain why, but I’ve always been a huge fan of franchises in the horror genre. The more sequels in a series, the better, I say. This is especially true in the current state of horror, or film in general really, where everything and anything is being given the remake treatment. Thankfully, instead of getting a Tremors reboot, we continue to receive films that expand the lore originally created almost 30 years ago with the release of the [...]