Tag Archives: Slasher
When I was younger, I did not like horror comedies one bit. I felt like the two genres should stay far away from one another and never be melded into this weird funny bloody mess. As I grew older, however, I realized the error of my ways and now I find myself seeking the next best film that fits the bill quite often. Read on to see how Christopher Landon’s Freaky compares to some of the greats we’ve seen over [...]
What the Waters Left Behind Review
I really wish there were more hours in a day. The amount of movies I have piling up on my “to watch” list is absurd and I really only have enough spare time to watch one or two per week. Because of this, pressing play on a blind-buy or a movie I know nothing about is a huge gamble. Luckily for me, there are still some hidden gems out there that are a breath of fresh air when stumbling upon [...]
Recently, I recorded a video for my YouTube channel going over all of the films that I own that have been released by Unearthed Films. This might have been a poor decision because it really just made me realize the amount of titles I needed to fill some holes in my collection. Of course, being the insane collector that I am, I tried to remedy this as fast as I could. This lead me to acquiring two of the company’s [...]
Malevolence 3: Killer Review
Instead of waiting another three weeks like I did last time, I’ve decided to jump into the final chapter of Stevan Mena’s slasher trilogy right away. After watching and reviewing part two just yesterday, it was only fitting to give Malevolence 3: Killer its time to shine.
Martin Bristol is all grown up and on the run for the first time since being kidnapped as a young boy. Venturing away from the Sutter meat packing plant for the [...]
Malevolence 2: Bereavement Review
Almost three weeks ago, I had the pleasure of watching a slasher flick that I had no knowledge of previously. While I can’t actually believe that was already 20 days ago, I am happy to say that I’ve finally jumped back in to what would eventually become a trilogy with Stevan Mena’s second installment, Malevolence 2: Bereavement.
After a family tragedy, Allison (Alexandra Daddario, Texas Chainsaw 3D) has come to stay with her uncle and his [...]
Watching horror films is a humbling hobby. No matter how many films you cross off of your watch list, there are always countless others that you will most likely never even hear of. One film that has managed to go completely under my radar for over 15 years is Stevan Mena’s Malevolence.
A group of down-on-their-luck delinquents are in need of some major cash. After a bank robbery and subsequent getaway goes awry, the gang meet up [...]