Tony spends most of his time at home watching endless streams of old action movies. Whenever he becomes exposed to a social situation that requires interaction with other humans he has a tendency to panic and murder them. The film “Tony” by director Gerard Johnson takes you into the mind of an out place man […]
Before going in to “Girl Number Three” you have to accept, and embrace the fact that this is a micro budget production. You have to accept that you will not be witnessing any flashy FX, or quick cut editing. If you can get this into your head before you start the movie, you should be […]
After an extra long horror movie marathon an amateur film critic Charles finds himself having trouble telling the difference between fantasy and reality. The next day he attends the first day of summer school and starts to slip in and out of various day dreams to the point he can no longer tell if he’s […]
Broken tells the story of Hope, who after making sure her daughter is safe in her bed, goes to her own room to get some sleep. The next morning she awakens to find herself in the woods, held captive by a psychotic survivalist hoping to beat her into submission until she’s the perfect slave.
“Get Off My Porch” is a short by director Patrick Rea, that could easily fit into a fall themed anthology. The short tells the story of Neill Marshall(haha) An average husband, trying to make the most out of his wife being out of the house. Neill is catching up on some football watching, and potato […]
Burning Inside tells the story of a man known only as John Doe. Who has awaken from an extended coma with no memory of his past life, no clue as to who he is, or what happened to him. After obtaining a new life with a wife and normal existence he suddenly finds himself filled […]
A teen girl and her friends decide to take a little trip to the infamous “Redsin Tower” for a wild night of partying. Not realizing her psychotic love crazed ex boyfriend is following them but he is the least of their worries. After they encounter the evil force that lives within Redsin Tower it will […]
Mercy follows the story of John Mercy, an ex convict who will soon discover that life after prison is far from easy. After meeting a strange woman inside a bar he finds himself on the brink of insanity and at risk for ending up back in jail for violation of his parole.
LDead: First I’d like to thank you on behalf of The Liberal Dead and all our readers for taking the time to talk to us today. It’s a real honor to get to sit you down and pick your brain for a moment.
LDead: For those who are not familiar with Horrorwood Mannequins who’s in the band and where are you guys from ? HWM: We hail from sydney, Australia, The captain of the crew of miscreants is audri medicate on vocals… the doctor on guitars, hiv on the bass and human drum machine Noddy on the drums.
Ti West’s “The Roost” follows four friends on their way to a wedding , who after a car accident find themselves stranded in the middle of nowhere. Their only hope a nearby farm house that was left secluded for good reason that ultimately leads to their discovery of a evil that none of them could […]
On IMDB, it states that “Train” was originally penned as a remake to the 1980 Jamie Lee Curtis film “Terror Train”. Apparently, they must have re-written the entire script, as other than the fact that the events are unfolding on a train, there isn’t even remotely any similarities between the two plots. “Train” follows an […]
I’m not going to lie, Ryan Nicholson is one of my favorite directors. He has the balls to do a lot of things that other people in the industry would never do. Nicholson’s films have developed a huge cult following, and rightfully so. There is some real talent that goes into making these movies, and […]
Death of a ghost hunter tells the story of now deceased paranormal investigator Carter Simms, who after accepting a case for payment of 5000$ ultimately met her doom. The home in question was the scene of a horrible murder / suicide in which a women killed her children and husband and then herself. With use […]
It’s been many years since we discovered they were living among us. We live in the same neighbor hoods shop at the same stores and even work in the same offices. But what do we really know about them? The true day to day lives of Zombies or the living impaired has remained a mystery […]
Disclaimer: This is going to be a positive review for an Uwe Boll flick. If you fear this will shatter your concept of reality, you may want to stop reading now. Rampage stars Brendan Fletcher(Freddy Vs. Jason) as Bill, a seemingly normal early twenties kid, who has yet to find his way. His parents are […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]