Slasher

Drive-In Massacre – Review (Severin Films Blu-ray)

We all know it’s cool and hip to say your movie was the film that introduced audiences to the slasher genre. Black Christmas does it, Halloween does it and even Friday the 13th, which honestly has no right to say they did it, still does it. Drive-In Massacre may be one of the few films out there that actually can legitimately say they are the first slasher film before the big boys came around. Dri...

Masks – Review (Reel Gore Releasing Blu-ray)

If there is one lesson that I learnt here today, it’s that a terrible cover does not a bad movie make. Masks probably has one of the worst covers I’ve seen in a long time. Don’t get me wrong, I like a naked lady as much as the next person, but the terrible photoshop and mishmashed placement of stills makes Masks seem like a cheap, low budget flick with no talent involved. Things ...

Fender Bender – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

I’m going to be quick and short with this review. I’ve already reviewed the film Fender Bender when it premiered on Chiller TV from Scream Factory. You can read that review here: Fender Bender Review. This time, I want to quickly discuss the new Blu-ray coming out from Scream Factory on October 4th. Is it worth picking it up? Well, if you liked the movie like I did, then yes, it really...

Fender Bender – Movie Review

Fender Bender has the blood, the suspense, and a kickass synth-heavy 80's throwback soundtrack to keep plenty of fans grinning.

Suspension – Movie Review

Suspension is a bloody good slasher that will have most horror fans grinning.

The Zero Boys – Arrow Video Blu-ray Review

Fans of The Zero Boys are going to fall head over heels for this masterfully restored Blu-ray release, with a bunch of new features to dig into.

La Bambola di Satana – Twilight Time Blu-ray Review

La Bambola di Satana is a rather mundane movie that starts to redeem itself near the end but sadly falls short of being a worthy Giallo.

The Mutilator – Arrow Video Blu-ray Review

Arrow Video deserves a big pat on the back with this one. I never even saw the film before, but now I have an amazing Blu-ray of it in my hand.

Blood Rage (Limited Edition Blu-ray / Movie Review)

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I first popped in the new Limited Edition Blu-ray of Blood Rage from Arrow Video. The movie was shot in 1983 but wasn’t released until 1987, which indicated to me a troubled film. However, as soon as the opening credits came up and the synth-heavy soundtrack started blaring through my speakers, I knew I was going to love this movie. The flick is a...

Blood and Lace (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

Don’t judge a movie by its cover can definitely be used to describe Blood and Lace. Looking at that sweet artwork above, you wouldn’t be wrong in thinking it’s going to be some bloody revenge fare, but alas, Blood and Lace is something completely different and in this case, different doesn’t mean bad, but just… well different. Read on to see what I mean… PRODUCT...

Lost After Dark Movie Review

A proper homage can be a hard thing to accomplish. Usually the end product comes off more as a gimmick, mimicking what we knew and loved than an actual product from that time period. Thankfully, Lost After Dark succeeds for the most part in producing a slasher film that really feels like it could’ve come out in the heyday of the slasher uprising in the early 80s. There are a few slips here a...

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 what? New Year’s Evil surprisingly served up an original story that kept me glued to the screen. Combine that with a beautiful Blu-Ray from Scream Factory, a wicked performance from Kip Neven (who looks like Jeffrey Combs) and a killer...

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