Altered (2006) Review

Fifteen years ago, five friends, Cody (Paul McCarthy-Boyington), Duke (Brad William Henke), Otis (Michael C Williams), Wyatt (Adam Kaufman), and Timmy were abducted by aliens. Otis, Duke, and Wyatt have spent endless years returning to the spot where the horrible incident took place in hopes of capturing one of the creatures that had caused them […]

Insanitarium (2008) Review

“Insanitarium” follows the story of Jack (Jesse Metcalfe) and Lily (Kiele Sanchez) after their mother’s death Lily starts to have trouble coping with the loss landing her in a mental hospital. Jack does what it takes to get himself put into the same hospital as his sister in order to get close to her but […]

Predators (2010) Review

Predator(1987) became such a cult phenomenon, that it spawned a sequel, two crossovers with the Alien Franchise, and a massive line of toys for both kids, and adults. The problem is, none of the following movies were any good. Sure, “Predator 2” gained a cult following, but there’s a scene in the movie where an […]

High-Def Horror: Predator (1987) Blu Ray Review

The Flick: Predator is one of those hybrid films, much like From Dusk Till Dawn. It tricks you into thinking it’s a certain type of film, and then pulls the rug out from under your feet after you have already immersed yourself. Starting off as what seems like a possible continuation of Schwarzenegger’s earlier film […]

Lady In White (1988) Review

Halloween night 1962, Frank finds himself locked inside the school coat closet, It is here that he witnesses a replay in time as he watches the ghost of a young girl being murdered by a mysterious man. After this vision he finds himself being stalked by the very killer who took the young girls life […]

Burnt Offerings (1976) Review

“Burnt Offerings” follows the Rolf family Ben (Oliver Reed), Marian (Karen Black), their son David ( Lee Montgomery) and Aunt Elizabeth (Bette Davis), Who decide to rent an old gothic estate for the summer after being given a unrefusable offer that came with two catches, Number one they must act as the caretakers and make […]

Grotesque (1988) Review

A gang of crazed Punkers head to the mountains with plans of robbing a rich Hollywood bigwig’s vacation home, once inside they slaughter the entire family except for their daughter Lisa (Linda Blair) who escapes into the woods. Unaware of a creature housed within the home they mistakenly set it free, once it sees that […]

Evil Bong & Evil Bong 2 : King Bong Double Feature (2006-2009)

“Evil Bong” & “Evil Bong 2: King Bong” follow the tale of three stoners Larnell (John Patrick Jordon), Bachman (Mitch Eakins), Brett (Brian Lloyd), and their new nerdy roommate Alistair (David Weidoff). After ordering a supposedly possessed bong from the 60’s the group of pot heads find themselves fighting for their very lives and souls, […]

2001 Maniacs: Field Of Screams(2010)

The first “2001 Maniacs” movie came out of left field for me. I had already seen Herschell Gordon Lewis’ “2000 Maniacs” and While I personally enjoyed it, it seemed like an odd movie for someone to remake. It had the backing of a solid indie studio, and starred Robert Englund, so I checked it out. […]

The Darkness Within (2010)

Plot: Chad Morgan and Ashley Sera are starting their new life together. They’ve recently gotten engaged and have moved into an apartment in a new town. Everything is seemingly perfect; except for one thing – their next-door neighbor, Mr. Reed. After a bizarre encounter, Chad begins to realize that if he doesn’t unlock the secret […]

Nightcrawlers (2009)

No, you’re not having an acid flashback, and you don’t need to text ChaCha, that is Joel Greco from trash TV show “Cheaters”. I recently subscribed to “Indieflix”, which, if you don’t know, is like Netflix instant watch, only for independent film exclusively. It’s a good service, if you would like to check it out, […]

Enter The Void (2010)

Enter The Void is one of the most astonishing films I’ve ever seen. This is a piece of work that throws out the book and creates it’s own rules, bending the boundaries of narrative and delighting in taking you to places you never thought you would go. It’s a terrifying, beautiful, erotic and disturbing motion […]

Dead Hooker In A Trunk (2009)

Have you ever been skull-fucked after an ass rape? This is one of the many perplexing question posed by Twisted Twins “Dead Hooker In A Trunk”. Identical Twins Jen, and Sylvia Soska wrote, directed, produced, and starred in this wildly dark, and comedic horror/comedy that delivers what the title promises. The twins play, well… twins, […]

Skull Heads (2009)

Plot: For generations, the strange, inbred Arkoff family has lived in their creepy Italian castle undisturbed by the outside world. Until one night when their sanctuary is invaded by a trio of treacherous art thieves and the Arkoffs must fight for their lives, aided only by the ancient protectors of the castle. The deadly Skullheads […]

Blood River (2009)

Adam Mason has quickly become one of our favorite directors at The Liberal Dead. He has an uncanny ability to take next to no budget, and create something that will blow your mind. “Blood River” is his best film to date, and a true cinematic masterpiece. The story follows Summer(Tess Panzer) and Clark(Ian Duncan) as […]

Demonic Toys 2 (2010)

Plot: Dr. Lorca from Hideous! (Michael Citrini) is back and is continuing to collect strange oddities, along with the help of Caitlin (Alli Kinzel) and her boyfriend David (Lane Compton). Along the way, they collect the mysterious pieces of the last Demonic Toys and they continue their search at a mysterious castle in Italy, Where […]

[REC] 2

“[REC] 2” begins directly where the first film left off. As reporter Angela Vidal is being dragged off into the darkness, a swat team, led by an agent of the Ministry of Health is infiltrating the building. As it turns out, the Ministry of Health agent, is actually a priest, and has been sent to […]

American Grindhouse (2010)

“American Grindhouse” is another example of how to make an amazing documentary released by Lorber Films the same who brought you the horror documentary “Nightmares in Red White and Blue”. This documentary tells the history of the Exploitation Film in America. Scantily clad vixens, blood thirsty psychopaths, drug crazed youth, just a few topics that […]

Nightmares in Red, White, and Blue (2010)

“Nightmares in Red White and Blue” takes you on a journey through the history of the American horror film. Featuring commentary from genre legends George A. Romero, John Carpenter, Roger Corman, Mick Garris, Joe Dante, Larry Cohen, and more, “Nightmares in Red White and Blue takes you from the golden age to modern day screams, […]