5/10 Panic Button

Jigsaw gets on Facebook

Posted 11/10/11 by Angelo B
9/10 Blue Velvet

"It's a strange world..."

Posted 11/07/11 by Andy
5/10 Slaughter High

If you aren’t impressed by gratuitous gore and needless nudity, then what the hell are you doing hanging out at a horror website?

Posted 11/04/11 by Tor
9/10 Vampire's Kiss

The most "terrible Nicolas Cage movie" movie ever made

Posted 11/03/11 by Angelo B
8/10 The Others

Revisiting one of the most interesting horror films of the 00's a decade later.

Posted 11/01/11 by Andy
4/10 Bereavement address any and all screenwriters out there who might be tempted by the device of CIPA… No, no, that’ll be quite enough of that.

Posted 10/28/11 by Tor
2/10 Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings

Why does this exist?

Posted 10/27/11 by Angelo B
9/10 An American Werewolf in London Posted 10/25/11 by Andy
7/10 Paranormal Activity 3

"Paranormal Activity 3" goes back to the VHS to show us how the activity started.

Posted 10/23/11 by Jon
4/10 Hisss

If you are looking for anything other than a snake humping soap opera with a limp-dick feminist vengeance thread and a madman villain torn from a Mel Brooks script, “Hisss” Fails.

Posted 10/21/11 by Tor
6/10 Mother's Day

Darren Lynn Bousman throws on some the gore and suspense in this effective if not archaic thinking thriller.

Posted 10/17/11 by Andy
5/10 The Thing (2011)

"The Thing" pre-quel (with a dash of remake) goes back to Antarctica to fill in the story before MacReady and Childs make the scene.

Posted 10/17/11 by Jon
6/10 The Funhouse (Blu-Ray)

Tobe Hooper gives us an idea of what it might look like if Spielberg wanted to make a violent parable about a teen girl’s sexual awakening.

Posted 10/14/11 by Tor
8/10 Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

A harrowing meditation on cinema violence and 80s economics.

Posted 10/10/11 by Andy
1/10 Chillerama

Like blatant homophobia and misogyny, sophomoric humor and copious amounts of semen? Then you'll love "Chillerama"!

Posted 10/06/11 by Angelo B
3/10 Chromeskull: Laid to Rest 2

I have no idea what's going on right now

Posted 09/29/11 by Angelo B
1/10 The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)

We watched "Human Centipede II" so you don't have to.

Posted 09/24/11 by Jon
7/10 A Horrible Way to Die

Turrell is a self-aware sicko who is compelled by uncheckable demons to dispatch his victims, despite what often seems to be a strong desire to stop killing.

Posted 09/23/11 by Tor
4/10 Mimic: Director's Cut

Guillermo Del Toro insists that this is his attempt at reclaiming "Mimic". I'm not quite sure he's done that.

Posted 09/22/11 by Angelo B
9/10 Sorcerer

“Sorcerer” is a forgotten classic begging to be rediscovered.

Posted 09/21/11 by John Shelton
9/10 The Hills Have Eyes Posted 09/19/11 by Andy
5/10 The Incredible Melting Man

I still thought Carrie Fisher was beautiful, even with an arm-sized black gash in her cheek.

Posted 09/16/11 by Tor
1/10 Scary Movie 2

I would say that “Scary Movie 2” hasn’t aged well, however that would mean that at one point it was actually worth watching.

Posted 09/15/11 by Angelo B
4/10 Giallo

“Giallo” is a perplexing film; one that is bound to lose or infuriate all but the most ardent Argento acolytes.

Posted 09/12/11 by Tor
3/10 Shark Night 3D

Oh, you didn’t ask for a lifeless, sanitary killer-shark-hillbilly movie?

Posted 09/12/11 by Andy
3/10 Super Hybrid

The new generation of killer car movies is here! Wait, who cares?

Posted 09/08/11 by Angelo B
5/10 Haunting at the Beacon (The Beacon)

A haunting story that some interesting new rules though with some pretty poor execution.

Posted 09/06/11 by Andy
2/10 The Gingerdead Man

Even the promise of Gary Busey rampaging as a homicidal cookie can't save this dud

Posted 09/01/11 by Angelo B
9/10 Attack the Block

The most surefire horror-comedy instant cult-classic since "Shaun of the Dead".

Posted 08/30/11 by John Shelton
8/10 Circus of Horrors

A wonderfully engrossing if not a tad messy film of attractions.

Posted 08/29/11 by Andy

Around the Web

What's New?

This week we discuss alchemy, camera technology, a first time guest host joins the show, and we review "As Above, So Below".  


Latest Reviews


Around The Web