Tag Archives: Wild Eye Releasing
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 [...]
Bigfoot Blood Trap Review
My last couple of reviews have been of films with much larger financial backing than most of the normal stuff you’d find on Repulsive Reviews. After a little break, I felt that I was finally ready to jump back into some indie horror and see what some of these up-and-coming filmmakers have to offer. Read on to see if John Orrichio’s Bigfoot Blood Trap was the right one to jump back in with.
After inheriting hundreds of acres [...]
The Jurassic Dead Review
Not too long ago, it seemed that everyone and their mother was making a zombie flick. The sub-genre was extremely saturated and it didn’t take long to bore of it. Now, with a great deal of time having passed since my last dance with the un-dead, I figured it was a great time to check out one of the most original films I’ve ever encountered. I’m referring to Milko Davis and Thomas Martwick’s The Jurassic Dead.
My most recent trip to the movie theater was to watch a new horror anthology film. I wanted to keep this train rolling, so I could think of no better way to do so than with yet another film showing off some of the genre’s best indie talents. I am referring to 2018’s anthology, Hi-Death.
Two friends decide to take a “Death Tour” while visiting beautiful Hollywood, California. They are taken on an increasingly horrifying journey, created [...]
My Little Sister Review
On paper, it doesn’t seem difficult to create an effective slasher film. Like most horror sub-genres, there are a few key elements to the proper formula that, if followed precisely, should ensure a good film experience. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case when it comes to independent filmmaking. The most recent evidence I have of this is Maurizio and Roberto del Piccolo’s My Little Sister.
Sheila and Tom are meeting their friends in the woods for a [...]
For most horror fans, there is nothing more exciting than finding new films in your favorite sub-genre. A lot of hardcore collectors and film viewers probably feel like they’ve “seen it all” already, so the promise of a new experience from a new filmmaker is always intriguing. Unfortunately, there are times when some films are better left undiscovered. That just so happens to be the case with Joe Lujan’s Rust.
After Heather barely escapes an abandoned haunted [...]