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Basket Case 2 & 3 – Quick Review (Synapse Films Blu-ray)

The Basket Case Trilogy was three films that I never got around to seeing. They were always pushed to the back burner. Fortunately, this website gives me a lot ...

Sorceress – Review (Synapse Films Blu-ray)

Sorceress seems like my kind of flick. It’s got what can only be described as an unhealthy amount of 90s nudity, witchcraft and Linda Blair scowling every...

The Ganzfeld Haunting – Review

There are times where I watch a movie that is terrible. I sit in front of my computer questioning what the hell I’m going to say about it. The Ganzfeld Ha...

Counter Clockwise – Review (Artsploitation Films)

I’ve always been fascinated with time travel flicks. I’m not sure exactly why they tickle my fancy, but I’m usually guaranteed to get a kick o...

The Initiation – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Thanks to Arrow Video releasing a Blu-ray of The Initiation, I got to go back and experience this somewhat unknown slasher film from the 80s. I’ve actuall...

Black Christmas – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

Seeing how this is meant to be a review for the latest Scream Factory Blu-ray of Black Christmas, I should probably tackle the biggest “issue’ that ...

Rabid – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

Rabid is the David Cronenberg film that I’ve been craving after being disappointed with Dead Ringers. The film is a 70s mishmash of vampires, zombies and ...

The Hills Have Eyes – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

The Hills Have Eyes was Wes Craven’s second directorial film after The Last House on the Left (I’m not counting his stint as Abe Snake directing The...

Dreamscape – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

Let me describe a movie and you see if you can guess what it is. A select type of people can use their psychic abilities to enter people’s dreams and help...

Dead Ringers – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

Let’s be honest right away. I’m not a huge Cronenberg fan. I’ve seen most of his movies and more often than not, I don’t end up loving t...

The Trail of Dracula – Review (Severin Films DVD)

The Trail of Dracula is a 60-minute documentary that documents the history of the infamous Dracula (duh!). Featuring several interviews with many highly knowled...

Private Vices, Public Virtues – Review (Mondo Macabro Blu-ray)

If the nearly 10-minute trailer of current and upcoming releases of Mondo Macabro’s library is any indication of the madness, they normally release, I can...

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