Scream Factory

Vampire’s Kiss/High Spirits (Double Feature Blu-Ray / Movie Review)

The latest two-pack from Scream Factory is somewhat of a departure from the horror scene. Featuring two 80s “horror comedies” Vampire’s Kiss a...

Exterminators of the Year 3000 Blu-Ray/Movie Review

In the year 3000, everything looks a little bit 80s, or so I’m led to believe in Scream Factory’s Blu-Ray release of Exterminators of the Year 3000,...

New Year’s Evil Blu-Ray/Movie Review

It’s pretty rare when an early 80s slasher is able to offer anything new in the story department, or heck, even the originality department, but you know w...

Dolls (Collector’s Edition) Blu-ray Review

Much like the Pumpkinhead Collector’s Edition Blu-ray that I reviewed, I have already watched the movie Dolls some time ago, so I will not be going into t...

The Doctor and the Devils Movie/Blu-ray Review

Going into The Doctor and the Devils, I didn’t know much about the history behind the true story this movie is based on. After the movie finished, which I...

The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976) Movie Review

Fantastic! That’s the best word I can use to describe the 1976 classic, The Town That Dreaded Sundown. A movie I always never got around to watching. Oh, ...

Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings Movie/Blu-ray Review

Coming out roughly six years after the first one, Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings gets rid of the gothic, fairytale look of the original, removes any sort of reason...

Squirm Movie/Blu-ray Review

In the vein of the other creepy crawly bug film, The Nest, also released by Scream Factory, Squirm goes to great lengths to make you… well squirm. For the...

The Squad Movie/Blu-ray Review

The Squad is part horror, psychological thriller, and confusing. It is full of unanswered questions, with an ending that sort of falls flat. I really wanted to ...

TerrorVision Movie Review

What the hell did I just watch? Long after the credits stopped rolling on TerrorVision, I am still slack jawed at what just played in front of my eyes. Was it a...

The Nest Movie Review

I don’t think I’ve ever felt as itchy as I was while watching the roach infested movie, The Nest. So chalk full of creepy crawlers, you’ll be ...

Prison Movie Review

Okay folks; let’s start up that broken record again. I never heard of Prison before, yet here I own the awesome Blu-ray from Scream Factory and here I am thinki...

Evilspeak Movie Review

Bullies suck and if you’re a bully, you better watch out because a satanic cult could be coming after you! Evilspeak drives that point home, big time! Ful...

Terror Train Movie Review

Slasher films are a dime a dozen nowadays and most of them can’t keep the identity of the killer a secret for long. Maybe it’s due to crappy writing...

Witchboard Movie Review

The 80s man. A time of awful, yet awesome clothing, totally rad hair and amazing horror films. Yes, folks, Witchboard is an amazing horror film. Why is it amazi...

Leviathan Movie Review

Leviathan is a movie that can easily be called a rip off of The Thing and Alien, but also can be considered its own sort of beast. It may not have been well rec...

Pumpkinhead (Collector’s Edition) Blu-ray Review

As I’m sure you already know, I actually reviewed the movie Pumpkinhead last year, so I won’t be going into detail again on the movie, as you can al...

Motel Hell Movie Review

Motel Hell is a horror movie that I’ve always been meaning to get around to watching. I would see it on the shelves when I was younger, begging me to rent...

The Beast Within Movie Review

I love transformation scenes in a horror movie. You tell me a movie is going to have some sort of awesome practical effect transformation scene and you can bet ...

Final Exam Movie Review

Thanks to Scream Factory, plenty of old 80s horror movies are being brought to light on Blu-ray and DVD. For the most part, this is a good thing, however not al...

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