Tag Archives: Insects

Talk About Area 51 in Manhattan

Spiders Review

Spiders | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

I’ve seen some of the most vile and disgusting things in horror films. Decapitations, severed limbs, and even sex with the dead don’t make me cringe. Nope, leave that to spiders. That’s right. Not just any spiders, though. I’m talking the about gigantic alien spiders in Tibor Takacs’ Spiders 3D.

Twenty years after a Soviet satellite is shot into space, it breaches the Earth’s atmosphere and comes crashing through, landing right in the center of Manhattan’s railway system. The [...]

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Are You Charlie Brown or Charles Bronson?

Creeping Crawling Review

Creeping Crawling

I hate to say it, but I’ve come to expect the worst when watching independent horror films. I usually can’t get past the low-budget cameras, the sub-par acting, and everything else you find in your average indie project. There are, however, some very impressive hidden gems out there in the scene, looking to be discovered. One of these gems is the anthology film, Creeping Crawling, written and directed by Jon Russell Cring and Tracy Nichole Cring.

A pair of [...]

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I’ll Bust His Liver Loose

Squirm Review


You want a creepy crawly nasty little film to keep you occupied this Halloween? Well look no further than Jeff Lieberman’s Squirm, which slimes its way to Blu-ray October 28th via Shout! Factory — Just in time for those late night horror movie marathons.

Let me just start by saying this bad boy looks amazing; It’s incredible what Shout! can do with such old source material. The Blu-ray of Squirm has a sharp, bright transfer with a lot less [...]

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They Call me Panic ‘Cause I Never Do

Ticks Review

While it certainly isn’t a great movie by any stretch of the imagination, Tony Randel’s Ticks has its charms. Filled with random faces we’ve all grown to know, from the early 90’s scream queen Ami Dolenz, Clint Howard, Seth Green, and my personal favorite Alfonso Ribeiro as “Panic.”

This is one of those films that takes the mutated bug genre so popular in the 50’s and combines it with some of that nasty 80’s splatter effects. In many ways it’s [...]

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