Poster for Alvin Rakoff's Death Ship.

Death Ship Retrospective – Substandard Supernatural Fare

In Death Ship, a group of survivors from the crash of a cruise ship take refuge aboard an abandoned cargo ship. Thinking the worst is over, they attempt to radio for...
Poster for Lloyd Kaufman's The Toxic Avenger.

The Toxic Avenger Retrospective – Campy, Sadistic, Fun

The Toxic Avenger follows the exploits of Melvin, a bumbling health club janitor, of diminished mental capacity. When he crosses a group of deranged and psychotic club patrons, Melvin gets what he...
The movie for the film Thir13en Ghosts directed by Steve Beck.

Thir13en Ghosts- Glass House Of Ghouls

Directed by Steve Beck, Thir13en Ghosts is a gruesome and ghoulish good time. It kicks off with the spectacular capture of the juggernaut within his familiar junkyard setting. The black...
Candyman Soundtrack comes to vinyl. The poster for Bernard Rose's Candyman.

Candyman Retrospective – Sweets to the Sweet

Helen Lyle and her friend Bernadette are both working on their masters thesis. The topic they are focusing on is the existence of urban legends. They are breaking down why...
The Untraceable movie starring Diane Lane and directed by Gregory Hoblit.

Untraceable- Murderous Media

Mix deadly games in the world wide web and you get Untraceable, a movie of lessons, torture and timers. Directed by Gregory Hoblit and starring Diane Lane, Untraceable starts with...
Poster for Adam Green's Hatchet.

Hatchet Review – The Rise of Victor Crowley

Ben and a group of college buddies visit New Orleans during Mardi Gras in Adam Green’s Hatchet. When Ben grows bored of the finer points of the nonstop party,...
Poster for Adam Green's Hatchet II.

Hatchet II Review – Victor Crowley Returns

Hatchet II picks up immediately after the events of its predecessor. Mary Beth finds her way out of Victor Crowley’s lair and back at Reverend Zombie’s shop. Marybeth is...
Poster for BJ McDonnell's Hatchet III.

Hatchet III Review – Victor Crowley Lives

Hatchet III picks up immediately after the events of Hatchet III. Marybeth walks into the downtown New Orleans sheriff’s station with Victor Crowley’s scalp and a gun in hand....
Poster for Ben Wheatley's Kill List.

Kill List Review – Second Opinion

Ben Wheatley's Kill List finds a troubled hit man and his partner returning to work after a lengthy hiatus. They are hired by a member of the criminal underworld to...
The movie based on Jack Ketchums novel, The Girl Next Door.

The Girl Next Door- True Story Torment

The Girl Next Door (2007), directed by Gregory Wilson is based on the novel of the same name, and details some of the true terrifying events that became a...
Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Chloe Moretz in the hit movie Kick-Ass.

Kick-Ass- Ass Kicking Fun

With awesome directing and a kick-ass director, Matthew Vaughn (X-Men: First Class, Snatch), Kick-Ass is a non-stop action packed ride of comedy and mayhem. Teenager Dave Lizewski (Aaron Johnson- Godzilla...
Top Ten Giallo Films. Poster for Dario Argento's Suspiria.

Suspiria Retrospective – Argento’s Finest Hour

Suzy Bannion (Jessica Harper) arrives in Germany where she is attending an all female dance academy. Once there, she discovers that something about the school is amiss. Things are...
Poster for Steven C. Miller's Under The Bed.

Under the Bed Review – Family Friendly Creature Feature

Under the Bed explores territory that isn’t unfamiliar to horror fans but the dark and twisted way in which Steven C. Miller explores it will be new to audiences....
Poster for John V. Knowles' Chastity Bites.

Chastity Bites Review – The Virgin Always Dies

Chastity Bites tells the story of Leah (Allison Scagliotti), an ambitious, aspiring investigative journalist. The only thing standing between her and a staff writing position at The Huffington Post is that...
Tom Holland in a promotional shot for his anthology horror film Tom Holland's Twisted Tales

Tom Holland’s Twisted Tales – Microbudget Anthology

Tom Holland’s Twisted Tales is comprised of a series of nine shorts that were originally made available on FEARnet. Each short is introduced by Tom Holland and tells a story...