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Hack-Off: Underrated?

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.

An underrated film that you think deserves more attention?

Hack-Off: Best Horror Comedy?

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.

Best Horror Comedy?
It's a given that we're all a fan of scares. A good jump scene, a messy murder; it's our bread and butter. Sometimes, even the most hardened of us horror heads need a change of pace once in awhile. Trying hard not to stray to far from the homestead, we find the fix in a little cross genre hybrid called; the horror comedy.

42nd Street Forever: Volume 3

Jeez…to be a fan of grindhouse trailers in this day and age is truly an embarrassment of riches. Hot on the heels of the successful last volume, the gang at Synapse is back with another collection of fun b-movie trailers that encompass every –ploitation in the book. Even better, there’s barely any 60s b-movie fluff; volume three has a lot of intriguing mid-to-late 70s/early 80s fare, a lot of which was put out by major studios!

Hack-Off: Too Much Gore?

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.

Is there a such thing as too much gore?

Hack-Off: Worst Follow-Up Ever?

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.

Worst ever follow-up to an original film?

For a number of reasons, horror is a genre that has produced some pretty decent sequels. "Halloween II", "Nightmare on Elm Street II", "Child's Play II", and more recently, "Hostel Part II" and "Saw II", were all films, that while maybe not superior to their origins, were at least worth watching in their own right.

Hack-Off: Eli Roth

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.

Eli Roth: Genre savior, or played out poseur?

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".

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?

The Horror Of February

As I continue to sit here and reminisce about the experience I had with "Cloverfield" this past Friday night, a certain feeling is beginning to sink in that I'm not entirely fond of. It's the feeling that, despite the plethora of movies that will be released this year, we may have already seen the best that 2008 has to offer.

Horror At The Oscars

“Sweeney Todd,” apart from being one of the year’s finest horror releases, has a chance to join a very exclusive club when Oscar nominees are announced later this month. In its 80-year history there have been less than a half dozen horror films nominated for the Academy’s Best Picture award. Sure, there was “The Silence of the Lambs” (Picture winner in 1991), “The Exorcist” (10 nominations, 2 wins in 1973), and “Jaws” (Picture nominee, 3 wins in 1976), but recognition of three films greatly undervalues horror’s contribution to cinematic history...

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