Synopsis: The zombies have returned! The horror begins again as mysterious barrels bounce off an Army transport as it passes through a new housing development and land near an abandoned cemetery. Mischievous neighborhood boys discover the barrels and open them, unaware of the evil contained within. A deadly green vapor escapes and turns the living […]
Synopsis: Gate II picks up again with Terry, the teenage sorcerer who summons beings from the other side whose powers can be used to grant any wish. Unfortunately, before the Gate closes again, a “minion” – a tiny disciple of Satan himself – manages to slip through to our dimension. When the creature is kidnapped […]
A group of friends planned the perfect vacation in the Caribbean, but when they head ashore to explore a remote island, their ultimate bachelor weekend devolves into their worst nightmare. After an ill-fated swim in contaminated water, they stumble upon a seemingly abandoned research facility where a deadly, flesh-eating virus has been unleashed.
One of House II: The Second Story’s taglines was “It’s getting weirder!”, although if you caught Steve Miner’s original film expectations should have been high that House II would be as frenetic and chaotic. But Ethan Wiley’s sequel does nothing with the first film, instead branching off of the notion that old houses have crazy […]
I know some people greatly dislike Greg Mclean’s Wolf Creek. If I had to take a guess as to why, it would be because it was released right around the height of the “torture porn” craze. When Saw and Hostel made it popular, studios cashed in with both super-low-budget features, and features with a decent […]
Hey there. You know me. I’m that guy that’s usually put into the position to defend these remake/sequel/prequel/premaquel/reboot/whateverthefuckyouwannacallits. Hell, I lost fake friends over The Thing. I can handle differing opinions just fine, and everyone is entitled to their own, but hyperbole, cockriding, and the opposite, I cannot abide. I can understand someone not liking […]
It has seemingly taken forever to get here, but at long last Steven Mena’s Bereavement (which is the prequel to his 2004 film Malevolence) is set to hit DVD and Blu-ray on August 30th through Anchor Bay Entertainment. Malevolence, in my opinion, was an underrated little gem so I am personally looking forward to grabbing […]
The first Quarantine was adapted from the same screenplay as the Spanish film “REC’. The two movies were in production at virtually the same time, though Quarantine was released a little later. Despite this fact, it’s still met with the same level of vitriolic bandwagon minded remake bashing that any other remake receives, especially if […]