The Devil’s Chair (2006)

The Devil’s Chair follows the story of Nick west who after taking his girlfriend out for a crazy LSD induced night with in the walls of a deserted asylum, finds himself accused of her brutal murder and is shipped off to a mental hospital. Years later a doctor who is writing a book decides to […]

Mutants (2009)

Two good zombie flicks in a row? Is that even mathematically possible? Leave it to the French to quench my bloodlust. After being pleasantly surprised by “La Horde” I decided to pop in another new French zombie film titled “Mutants.” Low and behold, I was surprised once more. “Mutants” opens with a furious, and bloody […]

The Horde (2009)

I’ve been looking forward to “La Horde” for the better part of a year now. I love modern french horror. Movies like Brotherhood of the Wolf, Haute Tension, Inside, and Martyrs puts to shame most American horror, so when I heard a modern french Zombie film was on it’s way, I was immediately excited. “The […]

Horror is not dead: Indie horror flicks that you should own.

If you’ll look back at the last few years, at horror that has been released theatrically, you’ll see an alarming trend. For the most part, we’re treated with bland Hollywood remakes, of recently released foreign horror, or rehashes of past American cult classics. Every now and then, a decent, original horror film slips through the […]

Slices (2008)

I just want to start this review off saying one thing…I love anthology movies growing up watching Tales from the crypt, Monsters, Twilight Zone, and off course movies like creep show and although not horror the amazing stories series I have become a major anthology junkie. But sadly more than half of them completely suck […]

Survival of the Dead: Has the world gone mad?

I’ve already reviewed George Romero’s latest entry into his “Dead” saga, but I want to talk about it for a little bit. I’ve been seeing a lot of overly positive reviews pop up for this flick, including from Dread Central, one of the only mainstream horror sites I usually trust. I’ve watched the movie twice […]

The Red Skulls (2005)

After his best friend is killed by a rival gang Uri, Leader of the The Red Skulls decides to give up gang life before he ends up dead just like his friend. Meanwhile The Red Skulls plan their revenge for the death of a fallen member after Long time Red Skull Lester takes over as […]

The Dead Next Door (1989)

In The Dead Next Door the world has become over ran with zombies, in response the government has created a elite squad with one mission and one mission only to eliminate the zombie menace. And at the same time defending themselves against a cult of zombie sympathizers that believe that its god’s will that zombies […]

Ed Gein : The Butcher of Plainfield (2007)

In Ed Gein : The Butcher of Plainfield the horror icon Kane Hodder takes the role of one of the most infamous serial killers in American history. A man who is the basis for such legendary cinema madmen as Norman Bates, Buffalo Bill, and let’s not forget Leatherface. Gein a real life serial killer who […]

Hanger (2009)

Ryan Nicholson’s films are some of the most polarizing experiences in motion picture that I’ve ever seen. For some, they’re cinematic gold, taking us back in time to the sleazy 80s. For others, they’re annoying, and disgusting. I fall into the former category. While I admit, the first time I saw Live Feed, it didn’t […]

Sympathy (2007)

I want to start with a disclaimer before we get into things. Sympathy is not going to be for all audiences. It is a very low budget movie, and it shows. If you’re looking for a glossy Hollywood thriller, with cookie cutter characters, and a nauseatingly happy ending, you’re going to want to put this […]

Stoic (2009)

After a game of poker takes a turn for the dark side, three inmates find themselves trying to cover up the brutal beating and torture of the fourth inmate in their cell. Stoic, starring Edward Furlong, Shaun Sipos, Sam Levinson, and Steffen Mennekes leads you through the horrible acts, using flashbacks and interview style Q&A […]

Interview with Son Of Ghoul

LD: First off I would like to thank you for taking time out of your schedule to answer these questions for our readers. For those who may not be familiar with your work, care to share a little bit about who son of ghoul is and what it is that you do ? SOG: Son […]

Lost Signal (2007)

Dead of winter, also known as Lost Signal, follows Santos and McCoy, a young couple who are unknowingly slipped a high dosage of LSD at a New Years Eve party. As the drugs start to take effect, and the couple leaves the party, they start to become paranoid that someone is out to get them. […]

The Human Centipede(First Sequence)

It’s very rare for me to sit in awe of a film after the credits roll. I see some decent movies from time to time, but most of the time it’s the same old thing, just rehashed in a competent way. It’s been a good while since I just thought “Wow” after the film was […]

Remakeapalooza: Children Of The Corn (2009)

I’m not going to waste time on plot synopsis, as it’s a remake of a classic, and we’re all familiar with the story. 2009’s Children Of The Corn is a shitty remake, of the shitty cult classic from 1984. Much like Wes Craven’s original The Hills Have Eyes, I’m not sure how the original achieved […]

Peacock (2010)

Peacock is a very interesting, and original film. It tells the story of a small town bank clerk named John Skillpa, who has a very big secret. Little do his fellow towns people know that John also has a split personality, that happens to be a female. This causes him to dress as a woman […]

Pandorum (2009)

Pandorum stars Dennis Quaid, and Ben Foster as Lt. Payton, and Cpl. Bower. A member of a flight crew aboard the ship Elysium, a ship carrying 60,000 people sent desperately from the now overpopulated earth in order to find a new planet to inhabit. Bower, and Payton wake up from hypersleep suffering from severe memory […]

Dead Air (2009)

Dead Air is a hard movie for me to score. Some aspects of it, to me are amazing, while some(the entire zombie plot) are a little underwhelming. Dead Air stars Bill Moseley as Logan, a late night shock jock who spends his time berating his callers. Much like “Pontypool” something has happened outside of the […]