Clown exists because Director Jon Watts made a fake trailer of the same name, and presented it as if it was an upcoming Eli Roth film. When Eli Roth learned of this, he saw the short, loved it, and started working with Watts to bring his vision to life. There have been several killer clown […]
In a small Pennsylvania town, something evil has come in search of prey. But who is the true monster in Hemlock Grove? The brutal slaying of a teenage girl sends the townspeople of Hemlock Grove into a desperate search to find her killer. But this sleepy community soon finds itself living a nightmare as secrets and rumors threaten to drive them all down a dark path as they struggle to uncover the truth. As they hunt for a monster among them, rumors mount and many of the eccentric residents become suspects, from the newly-arrived Gypsy family to the wealthy Godfrey clan. In the twisted world of Hemlock Grove, everyone hides a dark secret.
The other day, we were treated with the new theatrical poster for Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno, and now today, a new official trailer has been released. Everything I’ve seen in the past has been in the form of a teaser, but this actually gives away some elements of the plot. Apparently a group of […]
I know it isn’t cool among the horror hipsters to like Eli Roth, but I do. He hasn’t made a film that I have disliked. Even the newer film that he produced and starred in, Aftershock, people hated. I thought it was awesome, personally. It entertained me, and that is what I expect from a […]
A lot has changed since Alan Jones from Total Film coined the term Splat Pack referring to a group of gory movie makers who sought to stretch the boundaries of what would be considered acceptable in an R rated film. The sea of blood and guts that rolled across the cinema screen starting in 2002 […]
Can you believe that Rob Zombie said this about ALL of your mothers?
There is something to be said about the Hostel series in reference to how and when it came out. Before Hostel, there was nothing quite like it in theaters. Sure, there was Saw a year earlier, but it was not the sex comedy of horror films that Hostel encompassed. Eli Roth has a particular style […]