Laid to Rest was one of those films that were surrounded with hype at its impending release. Much like Adam Green’s Hatchet, both films promised to bring back the slasher genre of the 80s. While Hatchet played more into the old school methods with a new twist, Laid to Rest offered up many new interpretations […]
“A quaint Australian fishing village is overcome by meteorites that turn its residents into the ravenous undead, leaving a small group of those unharmed to find a way out” (IMDB).
During the month of April, a few of us will be outlining some of our favorite anthologies. Jesse Bartel starts us off with his thoughts on one of the most hyped films of the decade. Was the long wait worth the end product?
Disappointed. That was the only word I could think of when the credits rolled and the only word I thought of the days following my viewing. Not that it was horribly made film but it wasn’t a good film either. We Are What We Are is about a family of cannibals who try to continue […]
I must start out by saying that I have never been a huge fan of zombie films. I never really seek them out for entertainment purposes, yet somehow, I have seen tons of them. How can you not? Such a popular genre, but my question has always been: why? Yes, I understand about all the […]
For an undetermined amount of time, we’re going to be profiling some of the better, and in some cases, worse films in the category referred to as Ozploitation. If you are unfamiliar with the term, it refers to exploitation films that were created in the land down-under, Australia. This will be a wide-range study, and […]
I haven’t had this much fun playing a video game since Uncharted 2 back in 2009, Dead space 2 proves to be twice as good as the first and has a chance at being one of the best games of 2011. This game played like a great movie, always holding the gamers interest and never […]