Tag Archives: Comedy
Satanic Panic Review
Since starting Repulsive Reviews years ago, I’ve kind of gotten accustomed to watching some pretty bad movies. For all of the really great ones, there are about ten really excruciating ones that also need to be experienced. For whatever reason, be it karma or some other unseen force, I have been on one hell of a hot streak lately. The latest film to come in this awesome span is Chelsea Stardust’s Satanic Panic.
It is Sam’s first [...]
A Bucket of Blood Review
I like to think of myself as an equal opportunity horror fan. I enjoy films from every and all sub-genres, and while I favor those from the 80s and later, I tend to visit even earlier works from time to time. Tonight, travel with me to the late 50s as I discuss Roger Corman’s A Bucket of Blood.
Walter works as a busboy at a swanky coffee shop. Surrounded by poets, musicians, and other creatives, Walter just [...]
While I tend to try and learn at least a little bit about a film before going into it, sometimes it is more fun going in completely blind. There are so many films being released, seemingly daily, that it is extremely difficult to be in-the-know about every single one, even if I tried. The newest film that has crossed my path unexpectedly is Richard Bates Jr.’s Tone-Deaf.
After losing her boyfriend and her job, Olive takes the [...]
Anna and the Apocalypse Review
I’m not sure what is going on with the Universe, but time flies by way too quickly nowadays. Unfortunately, as I get older, that all seems to happen even more rapidly. As if the year didn’t speed by quickly enough on its own, I’ve decided to help things along by watching a film which takes place during Christmas time. The film I am referring to is John McPhail’s Anna and the Apocalypse.
After a zombie outbreak overtakes [...]
The Dead Don't Die Review
It’s truly a great time to be a horror fan. Over the last few years especially, the genre all of us have loved for so long has been reaching more and more people. An entirely new audience is being subjected to countless TV shows, films, and other horror content, something I would have never imagined just a decade ago. With that new reach comes new ideas from filmmakers. Some are hit, some are miss. Read on to see where Jim [...]
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.