Horror

Mind Ripper Review (88 Films Blu-ray)

What started off as a sequel to The Hills Have Eyes, Mind Ripper evolved into a sci-fi horror film featuring a monster who sucks the brains out of hapless scientists in an underground bunker. If that doesn’t sound amazing, how about the fact that Wes Craven is the executive producer and his son, Jonathan Craven wrote and produced the film. Still not convinced? How about the fact the film sta...

Island Zero – Movie Review

When I received the press release for the film Island Zero, which is about a remote island off the coast of Maine, who residents become stuck on the island after the local ferry doesn’t show up, I immediately thought this was something Stephen King would have written. No, this isn’t some long-lost story from King, but the film does have the vibe of the Master of the Macabre running thr...

Ghost Stories (2018) Review

Ghost Stories features three stories with seemingly no connection, but as the story unfolds, we see there is more to it than meets the eye. Andy Nyman, returning to the role of Professor Goodman after playing the same character in the stage play, doesn’t believe in the supernatural and spends his life disproving it for people who seek out help from psychics. Unfortunately, Goodman doesn’t se...

Hell Night – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

Hell Night has been yet another one of those horror movies that I’ve meant to watch for a very long time. I would see the poster, the one with Linda Blair’s boobies hanging out of her dress, while she is screaming to get out. It was a memorable poster for sure, but for some odd reason, I never had the opportunity to watch it. Of course, that has changed now, since Scream Factory has pr...

The Entity – Review (Umbrella Entertainment Blu-ray)

If you don’t already know, I also write for the website www.cultsploitation.com, and my friend Ryne (The Moon is a Dead World) also reviews releases there. It turns out that Ryne was quicker at watching The Entity than I was, so he was first at writing a review for the Umbrella Entertainment release and to be perfectly honest, his critique reflects almost exactly how I feel about the movie. ...

Dark Age – Review (Umbrella Entertainment Blu-ray)

The Australian 1987 horror film Dark Age feels like a possible Jaws rip-off and older audiences Free Willy before there was a Free Willy. It stars Wolf Creek actor John Jarrett in awfully short shorts, the gorgeous Nikki Coghill/her boobs and a giant somewhat rubber looking crocodile. It features enough croc munching to please fans, and enough Aussies doing Aussie things to please Ozploitation fan...

Slither – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

I remember back in 2002 when James Gunn was the guy who was known for writing the Scooby-Doo movie and everyone freaked out when he was attached to write the remake of Dawn of the Dead. Of course, the DOTD remake turned out to be excellent, and Gunn impressed again in 2006 with the fantastic horror film Slither. Gunn has gone on to do even more amazing movies, but the film we are discussing today ...

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