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The Dead Ones Review
We are about a third of the way into October and I remain successful on my quest to join the rest of the October marathoners in the Halloween Hall of Fame. Instead of continuing to scour Netflix or Amazon Prime for horror flicks, I decided it’d be best to grab the next title from my mountainous ‘to watch’ pile. The lucky film chosen was Jeremy Kasten’s The Dead Ones.
A group of teens are sentenced to detention [...]
I’m really shocked that I’ve been able to keep the horror-movie-a-day streak going this year, guys! I know, I know. It’s only eight days into the month and I can screw it up at any time. I haven’t so far and that is cause for celebration. Well, if not celebration, at least another review? Read on as I discuss my thoughts on Edward Drake’s Broil.
After a couple of suspensions from school, 17-year-old Chance (Avery Konrad, Unspeakable [...]
Last year I wrote an article about why owning a subscription to the streaming service Shudder was a great idea for any horror fan. While I may have de-activated my own personal account since that writing, I still stand by everything I said. They offer great content covering all facets of the genre and thankfully, unlike some other streaming platforms out there, they actually release some of their content in physical format. One of the latest to receive this treatment [...]
Pagan Warrior Review
I was able to find some time last week to bang out three new movie reviews, the first three that I had done in quite a while. It’s been so long, in fact, that I had completely forgotten about countless films that I had acquired in recent months. One of these forgotten flicks that I decided to throw on here tonight is Louisa Warren’s Pagan Warrior.
After his family is attacked and his castle taken over by [...]
Brahms: The Boy II Review
There are plenty of horror films that I’ve loved over the years that I would die to see receive a sequel. Ones that really deserve to have their stories continued, expanded, and explored further. Sadly, those sequels seldom happen. Then, there are times when sequels that you would never expect come to fruition. William Brent Bell’s Brahms: The Boy II is one of those sequels.
After a traumatizing home invasion/burglary, a family moves to a quiet countryside estate [...]
I can’t tell you how many times I have sat in a theater, viewing trailer after trailer, shouting out, “oh, that is gonna be good!” Sometimes I am right, but sometimes I am totally and utterly wrong. On the other hand, there are times when I completely dismiss a film based on a preview that looks downright awful, only to be surprised by the actual full-length film. That is exactly what happened with Justin Dec’s Countdown.