Creepshow

Creepshow

With George Romero at the helm and Stephen King wielding  a pen the two set out to make a film that captured the essence of the 1950’s EC comics, which were what scared the piss out of them as children. In keeping true to the comic roots the five stories […]

Screamtime

Screamtime

A mesmerizing jumble of three British horror shorts combined with an American wrap-around story that is fantastically stupid makes this an anthology that must be watched to be believed. The shorts themselves are interesting, have decent budgets and plenty of effort placed into them. The American story that links them […]

I, Vampire: Trilogy of Blood

I, Vampire: Trilogy of Blood

Alright, what is this? Day 241 of 365. I have found a new worse film of the project, by a mile. I feel if as my soul has been gang-raped by a gaggle of Silver Back apes. I’m not kidding either. Run. Don’t walk away from viewing this garbage. This was […]

Trick ‘r Treat

Trick ‘r Treat

Let’s talk anthologies. Specifically, horror anthology films. They are a rare bunch all things considered. Prior to 2009 the list went something like this: Creepshow (widely considered the best), Twilight Zone: The Movie, Trilogy of Terror, Tales from the Crypt, Body Bags and maybe Black Sabbath. Those are pretty much […]

Two Evil Eyes

Two Evil Eyes

It’s Edgar Allan Poe seen through the eyes of Dario Argento and George Romero. Not a bad lot of guys to have making movies based on your work, especially considering this was made before either had embarked on a mission to make tons of crappy movies and ruining their once […]