Casey says this rerelease is not as good as you might remember.
Casey says Willem Dafoe's commanding performance wasn't enough to save this one from itself.
Apparently M. Night's using Mad-libs to write his scripts now.
The Dutch take their shot at an American 80's slasher, with mixed results.
When Casey says it's bad... watch out.
A stripped down, scary ride, The Strangers deserves a look.
No "Strangers" review yet, but we've got "Grizzly Park" bitches!
Sometimes humor and horror make a perfect match, and this primer for 80's sleaze is no different!
Shelton chimes in with his thoughts on this dramatic Spanish horror film.
Louis continues his never ending crusade to extol the virtues of Sci-fi channel movies, and gives up some startling personal details in the process.
Casey reviews this crime heist slasher hybrid from the UK.
Headed up to this weekend's episode about "The Crazies," take a gander at John Shelton's review of the spanish film [REC], also rife with disease and paranoia.
They might be plastic, but Jon approves of these zombies' assets.
Jon reviews this Australian gem playing at this year's After Dark Horror Fest
Schnaars chimes in from a fancy red carpet world premiere at the Tribeca film festival, with a review of the Blair Witch co-helmer's latest.
This film is proof that Lloyd Kaufman will never run out of ways to kill people via anal insertion. Now on DVD!
"The great ones are lonely all the time."
Worst film of the year. Hands down.
Shelton gives us a preview of this twisted Thai flick about to hit US shores.
Casey says "Ugh"
"The Ruins" aims low and comes up short, says Jon.
Who knew Freddy was so funny?
It has been over a year since we met the folks from Scotchworthy Productions, who just so happened to be promoting this very worthy cheese fest.
Such wasted potential, so little thrills.
So... short people are creepy, amiright?
Needless to say, it's weird...
Rob Zombie swings... and misses.