Midnight Muenster 11

It's side project time once again as my wife and I over at Cinema Fromage team up once again to tackle some direct to video goodness!

In this week's episode we take a look at the Irish zombie flick "Boy Eats Girl" and then follow it up with the action monster flick "Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior".

Two shall enter, only one shall leave! Find out which in Midnight Muenster #11!

Am I still a horror fan?

One of The Film Fiend's recent posts, about a startling revelation he had recently got me to thinking.

The World of Pirate DVDs

Over the last few years I've had the chance to travel to a few places around the world and in some countries I've encountered a horror far beyond anything in the movies we talk about on this site. It's a act so vile, so unspeakably foul that it could deprive an underprivileged studio executive of the basic human right of driving a Bentley. I speak, of course, of pirated DVDs. Let this be a warning to you all.

Mirrors (REVIEW)

Bloated as it is with cliche, Alexandre Aja's "Mirrors" really doesn't require much of a synopsis. The film's very core — haphazardly constructed around the fleeting existential angst one feels when looking into a mirror — is worn so thin, so quickly that it is rendered ridiculous almost from the outset. A remake of a 2003 South Korean film, "Mirrors"'s one true virtue is that it provides a glimpse of what other J-horror fare might be like had it been gore-ed up for an R-rating.

Necroville (REVIEW)

Welcome to Necroville, a city over run by zombies, vampires, werewolves and the like. Jack lives at home with his girlfriend Penny and whiles away his days with his best friend Alex. The problem is, they both lost their jobs, and Penny has needs. She’ll be sure to tell you about her needs at every chance she gets too!

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