Tag Archives: MVD Rewind Collection
Split Second Review
I’ve never been able to commit to any type of all month long horror marathon for the month of October. I watch quite a bit of horror movies to begin with, but even during a pandemic, my days are too full to watch one film per day. I was able to squeeze one in today, however, and so, I’ve decided to document my small success here for you all. Read on as I share my thoughts on Tony Maylam’s Split [...]
Nemesis 2: Nebula Review
After my recent foray into the cinematic world of filmmaker Albert Pyun, I knew I had to get my hands on more. Luckily for me, it didn’t take too long for me to acquire a newly remastered copy of Nemesis 2: Nebula.
More than 70 years after LAPD officer Alex Rain failed to stop renegade cyborgs, humans have become enslaved. Scientists have developed a new DNA strain that can help in ending the Cyborg Wars for good [...]
Bram Stoker's Shadow Builder Review
There are few authors who are synonymous with the horror genre. In modern times, we have the likes of Stephen King or Dean Koontz. Older names consist of Mary Shelley with her story of Dr. Frankenstein and his monster and, similarly, Bram Stoker with Dracula. Abraham Stoker wrote many more stories, however. In 1998, over 100 years after its original publication, one short in particular was turned into a feature film, Jamie Dixon’s Bram Stoker’s Shadow Builder.
An underground [...]
It has been something of an on-again off-again quest of mine, over the years, to watch as many bigfoot films as I can. There have been some good and some bad, but there was one that always seemed to elude me. Now, with its brand new remaster and first time Blu-ray release, there was no better time to finally sit down and watch Ryan Schifrin’s Abominable.
Confined to a wheelchair on the second floor of his home with a [...]