I’m a little embarrassed about the fact that I was looking forward to a new Tremors movie. Don’t get me wrong, the first movie is one of my favorite monster movies of all time. But when Kevin Bacon didn’t return for the sequel, it’s all downhill from there. Some of the sequels are somewhat watchable, […]
When I was twelve years old, I was into baseball. I was pretty good, too. I could pitch, catch, infield, outfield and I could definitely bat. I was a switch hitter, which isn’t as sexual as it sounds. It simply means that I could successfully bat in both the right, and left-handed batting stances. Once, […]
I have a rocky relationship with Shocker. I’ve always really wanted to like it, but for some reason I just couldn’t get past its cheesiness. I’ve long considered it to be Wes Craven’s second-least favorite film of mine, following The Hills Have Eyes(Yes, I’m one of those guys who prefers the remake.) I’m not certain […]
Some say, after a certain point in time, John Carpenter hit a downfall, and hasn’t made a movie that compares to his earlier work since that day. Those same people often neglect to mention that another “Master of Horror,” Wes craven, has had such a spotty career that it would be hard to even pinpoint […]
True Story is a movie starring Jonah Hill and James Franco, and in no way is it a comedy. Stop laughing, I’m serious. True Story is a drama/thriller, about a disgraced NY Times journalist, who discovers that a man accused of murdering his family has been stealing his identity. He has an idea to exploit […]
The Movie: Olive Films has released an extremely strange movie on Blu-ray. 1979’s Roller Boogie, directed by Class of 1984’s Mark Lester, and starring Linda Blair. If you’ve seen Class of 1984, Firestarter, Showdown in Little Tokyo, Commando, Armed and Dangerous, or any of Mark Lester’s classics, you will probably not recognize it in this […]
Olive Films Blu-ray release of Stone Cold is reviewed.
Scream Factory’s Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Release of Neil Marshall’s Dog Soldiers Is Reviewed.
On top of a stack of classic exploitation films, also comes a stack of what is hard for me to refer to as classics(perhaps with The Mean season being the exception), but they have some sort of nostalgic value at the very least. Thrashin’, She-Devil and Mean Season make their HD debut from Olive Films. […]
Olive has given us a ready-made Blaxploitation marathon, all in glorious HD. The boutique label has been killing it lately, releasing a ton of coveted titles to the Blu-ray format. This time around, they release the exploitation classics Coffy, Foxy Brown, Friday Foster, and Hammer. The Movies: Of the four films being released, Foxy Brown […]
Scream Factory’s Blu-ray releases of Sleepaway Camp II and III are reviewed, and highly recommended.
This week on the show, James, Eric and Shawn discuss the recently-passed Christopher Lee, and what his career has meant to them. Also up for discussion is E3 2015, with brief discussions about Fallout 4, and the new Doom.
Scream Factory’s Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release of Escape From New York is reviewed.
Scream Factory’s Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release of Class of 1984 is reviewed.
Scream Factory’s Blu-ray release of The Offspring, AKA From a Whisper to a Scream is reviewed.
Mark of the Devil is one of those horror movies that was released back when going to the movies was an event. Where marketing slogans roped in potential ticket-purchases, and not catty online reviews and four hundred different trailers between the time a project is announced and its release dates. Most people who have a […]
Scream Factory’s Blu-ray release of Exterminators of the Year 3000 is reviewed.
Blue Underground’s Blu-ray release of Larry Cohen’s God Told Me To is reviewed.
I’m not saying that Animal is a “ripoff” of Feast. It’s hard to make an original monster movie these days. Everything has already been done. What I am saying though, is that whether or not the creative team behind the new Chiller TV film Animal admit it or not, they owe most of what they […]
Fright Night has been somewhat of a coveted title among Blu-ray collectors. It was one of the first major horror Blu-ray releases that Twilight Time released, that grabbed the attention of horror aficionados. Due to its extremely limited run, the first Blu-ray released skyrocketed to prices upwards of two-to-four hundred dollars on the secondary market. […]