The Horror of March

March 14th brings two very interesting releases for horror fans. First up on the block is Neil Marshall's post-apocalyptic sci-fi/horror flick "Doomsday". If Marshall's name is familiar, it should be. He found his way onto American horror fan's radars around 2003, when we finally got a look (via DVD) at his werewolf/military film "Dog Soldiers". Not one to rest on his laurels, Marshall put his nose back to the grindstone and in 2005, hit both British and American shores theatrically with "The Descent".

Episode 16 - Horror Gaming Part 2


Jon rips George Romero's "Diary of the Dead" a new hole.

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Diary of the Dead (REVIEW)

Without a doubt, George Romero is horror royalty. Storming onto the scene in 1968 with a film as transformative of the genre as any to this day, Romero has woven a variety of genre tales featuring everything from witches to vampires to post-apocalyptic motorcycle jousters. But the director never truly seems as comfortable as he does when he's working with his muses, the walking dead. For the second time in three years, Romero has returned to this wellspring of inspiration with "Diary of the Dead." Sadly, his latest effort proves that for this old master, that well may finally be dry.

Hack-Off: Craven Vs Carpenter

The Bloody Good Horror Crew goes at it on a new topic every Friday afternoon, we call it the "Hack-Off". Feel free to leave your own thoughts in the comments.

Craven Vs. Carpenter?

Taxidermia (REVIEW)

On a scale of disgusting cinema ranging from the pie-eating contest in “Stand By Me” to “Salo” (the most disgusting of all possible films), “Taxidermia”, by Hungarian director Gyorgy Palfi has earned a place somewhere between John Waters and G.G. Allin. Even the most desensitized surfer of the darkest corners of the internet will probably find themselves squirming at some of the scenes of gore and bodily fluids contained in this film, but somewhere beneath the puke and entrails and armpit hair there's a kind of grotesque beauty to be found.

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