Tag Archives: Supernatural
Ghosts of Mars Review
While most diehard horror fans have their own favorite directors, most every day moviegoers won’t recognize their names. There are, however, names that have become synonymous with the genre, even for casual fans. One of those names is, of course, John Carpenter. I have managed to catch most of his flicks throughout the years, but one that has always escaped me until now is his 2001 film, Ghosts of Mars.
In a distant future, a Mars police [...]
The Velocipastor Review
My last few expeditions into independent horror territory have been less than enjoyable, to say the least. I must be a glutton for punishment because I continue to head back out there and see what else lies ahead in low-budget filmland. Luckily, few still exist that are worth my time. The latest is Brendan Steere’s The Velocipastor.
After the death of his parents which occurs right before his eyes, Father Doug Jones (Greg Cohan) travels the world [...]
Scared Stiff Review
There are many people who live by the motto “any day above ground is a good one.” I tend to wholeheartedly agree with this sentiment, but I also have a another, more specific motto — any day that I get to watch a new horror film is a good one. With that said, today turned out to be one of the good ones thanks to my viewing of Richard Friedman’s Scared Stiff.
Shortly after moving into a [...]
Suite 313 Review
Still new to the world of Necrostorm films, I was extremely excited about a number of films that I acquired recently. The company is known for their over-the-top gore, so I couldn’t wait to dive deeper into their filmography. The title which I chose to check out today is Aaron Pederis’ Suite 313.
Ordered to answer a 911 call, officer Cooper must investigate with nothing more than a flashlight and a helmet. Once inside, the unsuspecting officer [...]
The Cemetery Review
I am lucky enough to live a simple life; My day-to-day goings-on are not very stressful and I can relax a lot of the time. Even still, it is nice to come home after a day of work and the gym to turn off my brain and throw on a horror flick that doesn’t require much thought. I got to do that tonight with Adam Ahlbrandt’s The Cemetery.
A group of aspiring filmmakers and non-believing paranormal investigators [...]
The House Review
If it weren’t for Artsploitation Films, I would never become aware of some very talented filmmakers from around the world. The company is constantly supplying genre fans new releases from all corners of the globe, some that end up becoming instant favorites of mine. Their latest offering is Reinert Kiil’s The House.
Two Nazi soldiers and their prisoner are turned around and seemingly lost in the wintry landscape of the Scandinavian mountains. Looking for refuge, they enter [...]