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Off the Grid: Seven Backwoods Texas Chainsaw Ripoffs That Hold Up

Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is a fiercely original film that remains one of the best horror movies ever made to this day. It was not the first isolated horror of the 1970s, but it set t...

They're Watching Movie

They’re Watching is a Fun, Gory Found Footage Feature

When it comes to reality real estate TV shows, they can be something of a time sink. The found footage film They’re Watching taps into reality TV and peppers in some comedy for good measure. The...

Why Christine Brown in Drag Me to Hell Deserved Everything She Got

Sam Raimi’s Drag Me to Hell is equal parts Evil Dead and Thinner. It’s a supernatural Romani revenge story told through Raimi’s signature style. It’s over-the-top and things go insane, just the way yo...

Traders

Review: Traders Is A Hugely Entertaining, Blackly Comic Irish Action-Thriller

If two, consenting adults agree to a fight to the death for money, is the victor also technically a murderer? This is the moral quandary at the (very black) heart of Traders, a lively, Irish offering ...

Evil Bong High-5

Evil Bong High-5 Is A Lovable B-Movie That Delivers Plenty Of Debauchery

Evil Bong High-5 is the fifth proper installment in the Evil Bong franchise, from Full Moon Features, the creators of the Puppermaster and Gingerdead Man series. It follows in the wake of su...

Nina Forever

Review: Nina Forever Is A Sweet, Sexy And Surprisingly Poignant Rom-Zom-Com

Back in 2004, a little British zombie flick, with an on-the-nose title, called Shaun Of The Dead bludgeoned its way into our collective hearts while simultaneously, and somewhat unknowingly, kick-star...

Nina Forever

5 Great Rom-Zom-Coms (That Aren’t Shaun Of The Dead)

Shaun Of The Dead was released a whopping twelve years ago, this year, and in its wake there have been many, lesser pretenders to the throne – hell, the flick coined its own sub-genre, the lovin...

Bloodsucking Bastards [Review]

Who doesn’t enjoy an action-packed horror comedy with vampire, blood, gore and slackers? Bloodsucking Bastards is a brand new horror comedy taking place in a office building. The film focuses on...

1980’s Horror Comedies That Defined Their Decade

The 1980’s, among many other things, was the golden age of horror comedies. There had been great films combining horror and humor dating back at least to Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein and so...