Bluray Review: THE SQUAD

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Scream Factory’s lineup of original releases have been somewhat of a hit or miss thing for viewers. Some, like the French Lovecraft-ian DEAD SHADOWS were met with moderately positive praise and some of the them, such as THE MONKEY’S PAW was not. Personally, I’m a big supporter of the gang at Scream Factory releasing these […]

Image Entertainment Set To Release THE DEVICE To DVD This December; Impressive Set of Commentary Guests

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Jeremy Berg’s THE DEVICE was one of my favorite genre films of this year (review), and it’s the dedication of Berg, co-writer/producer John Portanova, and producer Matt Medisch (known collectively as The October People) that made THE DEVICE, their previous film THE INVOKING and basically everything they have had their hands in really give of […]

Review: THE SCRIBBLER

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THE SCRIBBLER is one of those films that is both visually stunning and odd, which can actually be a great combination, and mandatory viewing for those souls who find themselves wanting to venture out and watch something different, and exciting. Early in the film, we meet Suki (Katie Cassidy). Suki suffers from multiple personality disorder, […]

Review: SEE NO EVIL 2

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I’ll be the first person to say that 2006’s SEE NO EVIL didn’t really warrant a sequel. It has its core fanbase, but for the most part, its place in the $5 Bluray bin says a lot about my feelings for the WWE slasher film, so when AMERICAN MARY directors Jen and Sylvia Soska were […]

Review: EVILS OF THE NIGHT (1985)

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Oh, lost cult films from the ’80s. Little gems like these are forgotten about and life goes on for the horror fan, but then Gorgon Video does something crazy and releases films like EVILS OF THE NIGHT, and well..I’m not complaining. A film so odd, so ¬†scatterbrained and borderline porno that you find yourself wondering […]

Review: WEREWOLF RISING

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Mention the word “werewolf”, and you automatically gain a certain amount of viewers that will take the time out of their day (or night) to watch a movie with the sometimes scary beast. The werewolf subgenre was at one time a booming one, with films like AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON, THE HOWLING, THE WOLFEN […]

Shot On Video DEATHERMAN Released From Retrosploitation; Looks Likes S.O.V. Fun

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The ’90s were full of big budget studio horror entries, like SCREAM, URBAN LEGEND and even some good ones like DEMON KNIGHT (SCREAM fans relax, I’m just messing with ya), but the movies that were always the most fun to check out for me, were the ones friends would make on crappy VHS camcorders that […]

Review: CHEMICAL PEEL

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Being stuck inside of a house when a chemical toxin has accidentally been released outside is already a tough pill to swallow. Throwing longtime issues between the characters and long-standing resentment into the mix, and you’ve got the ingredients to a great character driven horror drama, which is exactly what Hank Braxtan’s film,¬†CHEMICAL PEEL is. […]