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Closest I’ll Ever Get to Heaven

Black Metal Veins Review

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So… this was a very hard one for me to watch… it’s a very hard one for anyone to watch because it’s 100% real. Back in 2012, Lucifer Valentine directed Black Metal Veins, a documentary that was distributed by Unearthed films and it is one hell of a watch.

“BLACK METAL VEINS unflinchingly documents the dark realities of despair and morbid self-annihilation surrounding the lives of five heroin and crack cocaine addicts, set against a soundtrack of black metal [...]

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Unearthed and Untold

The Path to Pet Sematary Review

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Welcome once again to the show that never ends. Today we talk the doc for Pet Sematary, entitled Unearthed and Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary. First off, I am a sucker all day for in-depth documentary videos on classic horror flicks; I was first in line for Never Sleep Again and Crystal Lake Memories. I consume all I can find and waited with high anticipation for this one.

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Doesn’t That Suck?

Snuff: A Documentary About Killing on Camera Review

Snuff: Documentary About Killing on Camera

I’m pretty confident when I say that 99% of the fans that form the horror community enjoy the genre because of the blood, gore, and violence depicted in the majority, if not all, of the films viewed on a daily basis. A great ‘kill scene’ is always sought after and the most talked about when it is found. Even with all of that adrenaline and excitement that comes with each fake death on screen, does anyone really want to watch [...]

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Not Just an Actress…

Invasion of the Scream Queens Review

Invasion of the Scream Queens

I haven’t always been a huge fan of documentaries, but with productions like Going to Pieces, Nightmares in Red, White and Blue, and Crystal Lake Memories, among others, it’s hard for a genre fan to not get interested. Because I enjoyed those docs so much, I thought it’d be awesome to check out another one. This time around, the subject matter was scream queens. Donald Farmer’s 1992 documentary, Invasion of the Scream Queens, covers some of [...]

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Always an Odd Feeling…

Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide Review

Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide

The horror genre has faced much scrutiny over the years. None more perhaps than a group of about 72 or so films collectively deemed the ‘video nasties.’ These films consisted of extreme violence and brutality, which film boards, critics, and even judges and juries believed were too obscene for viewers, persecuting anyone involved with the making of such films.

Jake West’s 2010 documentary, Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship and Videotape, covers the advent of VHS tapes and [...]

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In This Quiet Solitude…

The Bridgewater Triangle Review

I have always enjoyed watching documentaries, especially those dealing with anything horror-related. When I was approached to watch and review Aaron Cadieux and Manny Famolare’s “The Bridgewater Triangle,” I jumped at the chance!

The Bridgewater Triangle is a region located in the Southeastern portion of Massachusetts. Within this triangularly marked off area, occurrences of strange phenomena has been reported for over 30 years. What kind of strange phenomena? Anything you can think of! According to this documentary, there have been [...]

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