Gore

Beyond the Darkness – Review (Severin Films Blu-ray)

  Vile! Disgusting! Revolting! Down right trash! All of these words have been used to describe Joe D’Amato’s Beyond the Darkness. Words that will certainly pique any horror fan’s interest and pique it did. I went in thinking Beyond the Darkness was going to be this gory, insane film and dammit, the reviews have lied! Beyond the Darkness isn’t vile, it isn’t disgu...

The Curse of Doctor Wolffenstein – Review (ReelGore Releasing Blu-ray)

No one ever sets out to make a bad movie. The Curse of Doctor Wolffenstein, I’m sure, was a neat idea hatched up in the mind of director Marc Rohnstock, but the translation from paper to screen didn’t quite make the final cut in regards to quality and story. Instead, The Curse of Doctor Wolffenstein is a horror film that throws any chance of a story out the window in favour of ultra-vi...

The Orphan Killer – Review (Reel Gore Releasing Blu-ray)

First things first, I want to apologise to any of the film crew who have worked hard on this movie in some form or another. What I have to say is in no way a reflection of your overall talent or skills. This is merely a review of a movie that tried and failed. It tried to be a gory, slasher flick and it only ended up being a mean, bloody mess of a film. With its crass death metal soundtrack and an...

Deathgasm Movie Review

DEATHGASM is going to please a lot of gorehounds and metal heads.

The Guardian (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

I grew up watching The Guardian (in hindsight, I probably shouldn’t have been watching it so young) and when Scream Factory announced they were releasing it on Blu-ray, I was ecstatic. The film was incredibly hard to find for cheap on DVD, so having an easy option to buy it, plus the added upgrade in visual and audio quality made this one release I was really looking forward to getting. Than...

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.

Gravy (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect going into Gravy, as judging it solely by the cover made me think it was going to be some poor low budget flick, trying way too hard to be funny. Boy is my face red! Gravy was a witty, gory and all around fun time, full of laughter, copious amounts of blood splatter and a story line that was quick paced and went straight for the jugular, literally. ...

MUCK Movie Review

Wow, now this was a big disappoint. I didn’t read up much on this movie before going in, all I knew was that Kane Hodder was in it and the soundtrack was good. Well… Kane Hodder was in it I guess. Dear god, this movie was terrible, just terrible. Massive amounts of style over substance and by style, I mean copying everything that was done before and not offering anything new. Hey, at l...

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 scratching yourself long after the credits have finished rolling. Of course, that doesn’t really tell you if the movie is good or not, so read on to see whether you should invite this bug into your home, or get out the can of Raid ins...

Ghoul Book Review

I got sucked into the works of Brian Keene, with his book The Rising. Ever since then, I’ve sought him out and have loved every single one I’ve read. Just recently, I turned the last page on Ghoul and I, of course, highly enjoyed it. If I was to describe the book in only a few words, I would say it was like I was reading something that managed to combine all the elements that I loved a...

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