Casey's expectations may not have been in check, but he still enjoyed this Spanish mind-bender quite a bit.
Todd: "While the gems in this peculiar subgenre are worth their weight in platinum tumbleweeds, it would appear that crafting a decent western horror flick is a lot harder than it looks on paper.
Shelton: "It might be surprising that perhaps the most popular Korean horror franchise has never been tapped for a Hollywood remake..."
"This is the only film that I am aware of where nocturnal Frisbee enthusiasts serve as the deus ex machina."
"Sadly, this leaves you with an empty feeling on what could have been quite a fulfilling fast food horror film."
Equal parts Z-grade horror study and touching tribute to an obscure filmmaker who's no longer with us.
"...you have no choice but to give yourself over to its goofy, indescribably innocent charm."
Despite the unfortunate title, Shelton finds a lot to like in "Alien Raiders".
Tor takes a look at this lovingly crafted tribute to the horror hosts of his youth, and the new generation using the internet to pick up where they left off.
Casey says this micro-budget meta slasher shows tons of potential.
I'm sure the makers of "Killer Movie" had a lot of profound things to say about horror and reality television, unfortunately I couldn't tell you what any of those things are.
Although it contains fetishized torture, Shelton maintains the words "torture porn" are the last that could be used to describe this French powerhouse of a movie.
Jon says that despite some positive aspects, something about this remake is just "a little too easy".
Tor tries his best to praise this Norwegian stalk & slash, but runs out of back-handed compliments about halfway through.
Casey finds this indie slasher enjoyable despite some of the hammy performances by genre vets, and having to watch a sex scene with Eddie Furlong.
Shelton takes on a difficult film he thinks you may have skipped due to mis-marketing, and finds there's a lot to like.
Don't let the cutesey name fool you, this one is about as disturbing as they come.
In this new documentary just premiered at SXSW, Michael Paul Stephenson comes to grips with starring in the worst movie ever made, "Troll 2".
Tor suits up for combat with this classic rip on "The Dirty Dozen", from a bygone era of Italian exploitation.
Todd takes on this surrealist fairy tale from Korean director Pil-Sung Yim, and finds it both pleasurable and frustrating.
Also known by its alternate title: "Eric takes one for the team".
Todd checks out this Norwegian slasher, and is a little mixed on the experience.
Whether it was the intention or not, Shelton loves this modern day Italian sleaze-fest for all the wrong reasons.
Tor takes a trip knee-deep into Japan's exploitation heyday.
Even as a fan of the original, Casey's left scratching his head on this one.
I give the original "Last House" a long overdue second look, and am pleased with what I find.
New writer Todd's first review on the site is a doozy, in just about every way imaginable.
Shelton tells us about the recent Spanish release "El Rey de la Montaña"
Casey feels jipped. This is no happy finish.
My only issue with Anchor Bay's "Red Mist", besides the title, is that it's going to trick me into watching more direct to DVD movies.
This movie is... weird...
Who could kill a child? Turns out most of us, pretty easily in fact.