black devil doll

Chances are if you saw the movie "Black Devil Doll" you're probably still trying to wash the filth out of your eyes. Now you can relive all the fun of a smack talking racist puppet with an affinity for thick porn stars in the comfort of your home. Why wouldn't you want that?!

Tis the season once again, where the fat man in red comes with a license for breaking and entering to leave behind loot under the trees of good boys and girls everywhere!

Oh, wait...here's something:

Eli Roth says that his slasher parody/homage “Thanksgiving” is still a “very real possibility” . YAWN, WANK. Do we, really as a collective of genre fans, really even care about announcements like this anymore? Where's “Trailer Park”, Eli? How's “Cell” coming along?? Here's my new rule: I refuse to get excited about anything, ever, until I see a trailer or, at the very least, a poster with a hard 'n' fast date.

You want some real news? How about that the novelization of the movie “Black Devil Doll” is out! Why is this so important? Because I wrote the introduction! Is this probably the most important book of our generation, if any generation? I would have to go out on a limb and say YES. Yes, it is. So don't be a racist and order a copy now! Order two!

If you haven't seen "Black Devil Doll" (and you likely haven't), you've surely heard about it. Directed by Jonathan Lewis, and co-written by his brother Shawn Lewis of Rotten Cotton infamy, this film has been hyped for quite some time, yet very few people have been able to see it. I had a chance to catch a rare screening at this past weekend's Shaun Luu Horror Fest in Syracuse, NY, and I've been wrestling with my opinion since the credits rolled.

I've mentioned the fest a handful of times on the podcast but just now realized that I have yet to post any pertinent information!

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