Tag Archives: Wild Eye Releasing
The Pigman Murders Review
For anyone who has followed my reviews over the years, it is no secret that I used to dislike watching independent films. Since starting Repulsive Reviews, however, my appreciation for low-budget, do-it-yourself horror films has greatly increased. I actually look forward to watching a lot of the lesser known flicks by up-and-coming filmmakers quite a bit now. The latest one that I can scratch off my list is Stephen Patrick Kenny’s The Pigman Murders.
A group of [...]
Hotel Inferno Review
My recent journey into the history of Italian horror cinema reminded me of some films that I have been meaning to watch for years. While the ones I am referring to aren’t considered giallo by any means, they are created by Italian filmmakers. One of the films I’m referring to is Giulio De Santi’s Hotel Inferno.
Hitman Frank Zimosa is hired for what he considers a simple job — head to a location and take out an [...]
Cold Ground Review
There was a time when all I watched was found footage films. A few years back, it seemed as though everyone and their mother was making them. Trust me, there were a lot of duds to sift through. Thankfully, there were also a lot of gems, too. Read on to find out where Fabien Delage’s Cold Ground fits in amongst the pack.
In 1976, a group of biologists and journalists were investigating multiple cases of animal mutilations in [...]
Bonehill Road Review
One of my most recent reviews was of a movie directed by independent filmmaker, Todd Sheets. While it wasn’t my favorite low-budget flick of recent times, it had a lot of potential. For that reason, I was excited to check out another of his features, which also happens to have received a recent home video release. Read on to see how Bonehill Road measures up.
On the run from her abusive husband, Emily and her daughter, Eden, run [...]
Although filmmakers Sonny Laguna and Tommy Wiklund released another film on home video earlier this year, it’s been quite some time since I’ve watched anything by the co-directors. Their past projects have been a bit of a mixed bag for me, but I was still pretty damn excited to see what these two have cooked up for us once again. Was their 2015 film Animalistic a good film to end 2018 off with? Read on to find out…
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 [...]