Comedy

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 them defeat whatever is causing them nightmares. The myth of whether you die in your sleep is, in fact, real and one crazy psychic dream walker likes to grow knives on his fingers and hunt you down in your dream. If you said A Nightmare on...

Microwave Massacre – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Have you ever wondered what happened to Frosty the Snowman after the movie ended? Well, now you can finally have that lifelong mystery answered with the new Arrow Video Blu-ray release of the “cult classic” Microwave Massacre! If you are confused as shit, read on! PRODUCT INFORMATION DISCS: 2 (1 Blu-ray, 1 DVD) RUN-TIME: 72 min ASPECT RATIO: 1.85:1 RESOLUTION: 1080p AUDIO: Uncompressed...

Army of Darkness (Scream Factory Blu-ray / Movie Review)

The general consensus for Army of Darkness seems to be split down the middle. You either love the movie or hate it. Fans of the first Evil Dead films may feel it deviates too far from the horror genre and tiptoes quite a bit into comedy instead. I do agree that Army of Darkness doesn’t feel like a true Evil Dead 3, which is probably why it’s never referred to it as such, nevertheless, ...

Tales from the Crypt: Bordello of Blood (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

I love the Tales from the Crypt TV Series and I am a huge fan of the first Tales film, Demon Knight (review coming soon,) so it comes with great confusion as to why I’ve never watched the second film Bordello of Blood in it’s complete entirety until now. Could it be that all the reviews were negative for the flick? Maybe, but I usually don’t let reviews stop me from watching a mo...

Love in the Time of Monsters (Movie Review)

I may be going easy on Love in the Time of Monsters, but it's a movie that wears its cheese on its sleeve and reminds me of the good ol' days of low-budget monster flicks from the late 80s and early 90s.

THE CAT AND THE CANARY (DVD / MOVIE REVIEW)

The Cat and the Canary was a funny movie with plenty of laughs to go along with the murder mystery.

PRESS RELEASE: Full Details on the Massive Blu-ray Army of Darkness Collector’s Edition

EXPERIENCE DIRECTOR SAM RAIMI’S CULT CLASSIC  LIKE NEVER BEFORE! SCREAM FACTORY™ PRESENTS ARMY OF DARKNESS COLLECTOR’S EDITION  Special 3-Disc Blu-ray™ Set Features Four Versions of the Film!  Also packed with extras including new interviews with actors Bruce Campbell and Ted Raimi,  Alternate and Deleted Scenes, Never-Before-Seen Production Sketches & Illustrations, Audio ...

Suburban Gothic (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

Having not heard of Suburban Gothic before, Amberlight Productions was nice enough to send over the Anchor Bay Canada Blu-ray release for review, and I got to say, I’m glad I was able to enjoy this comedic ghost story. Featuring some wonderful performances by Criminal Minds actor Matthew Gray Gubler, loveable Kat Dennings, and Ray Wise, who arguably plays the best character in the movie, the...

Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

It looks like Angela just can’t seem to catch a break when it comes to enjoying her time at camp. First, she’s bullied, made fun of and exposed for the whole world to see and then she grows up, gets picked on some more and has to deal with a bunch of rowdy teens. She thought the third time would be the charm, but sadly, you put a bunch of teenagers (or in this movie’s case, late ...

Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers is the type of movie I want to snuggle up with and just hug all night long. It makes me feel so happy inside, in spite of all its flaws, which the movie has plenty of. It’s your lovable cheap 80s slasher, with a heart of a gold and a killer with smile on her face. Departing from the more serious tone of the original Sleepaway Camp and bringing in a fresh ne...

WolfCop Movie Review

Okay, I know WolfCop isn’t supposed to be taken seriously in the least bit and honestly, expectations are meant to be super low going in, but still, at least try to not look like a made for Canadian TV show. Reeking of low budget, TV-ness, WolfCop has some awful acting, some hit or miss comedy and a story that is kind of dumb, but you know what, I’d love for there to a sequel, just so ...

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