Tag Archives: Slasher
Halloween 2018 Review
It’s not often that I get to sit and enjoy what would be considered a “mainstream” horror film. Sure, they are out there, but for the most part, I am watching direct-to-home release independent features. There’s nothing wrong with that, but it is extremely nice to take a break from those from time to time to watch something more ‘polished.’ This brings me to the mother of all horror films in 2018, in my humble opinion, David Gordon Green’s Halloween. [...]
Party Night Review
In the past, I’ve explained that I go through phases with my horror viewing. There will be months where I’ll watch nothing but werewolf flicks or a long stretch where it’s all found footage films. Currently, I seem to be diving deeper into another of my slasher episodes. After my viewing of Troy Escamilla’s latest feature, a few days ago, I thought it only fitting to watch his first film, Party Night.
A group of friends [...]
Evil Dead Trap Review
Now that Christmas has come and gone, it’s time to get back to the myriad of non-holiday titles that are out there. I happened to get a delivery from an eBay order today, so it seemed like the perfect film to throw on and share with you all… as strange as that experience may have turned out to be. The film in question is Toshiharu Ikeda’s Evil Dead Trap.
Nami is the host of a late night [...]
Mrs. Claus Review
It’s a true Christmas miracle! I’ve finally had time to watch more than just one holiday-themed horror film during Christmas time! Let’s all rejoice and be glad, as I tell you about Troy Escamilla’s slasher flick, Mrs. Claus.
Hazing at the Delta Sigma Sigma house has gone too far and after being humiliated at the sorority’s Christmas party, Angela has had enough. She takes her own life, but not before viciously murdering sorority sister, Amber. Ten years later, Angela’s [...]
Christmas Blood Review
Literally every year since I started this site, I’ve made myself a vow to review as many Christmas-themed horror films as possible during the month of December. I have failed to do so every. single. year. While I don’t see this year being any different, unfortunately, I can say that I did get to watch and review at least one of the many there seem to be floating around out there. That one is Reinert Kiil’s Christmas Blood.