Lollilove – Review

November 10, 2006

Lollilove is about a couple that passes out lollipops to the homeless in order to transform their lives with happy sayings.

The Children – Review

November 10, 2006

Ever since my Grandmother saw it and told me never to watch it, I searched for “the flick with the killer kids with black fingernails.”

Luther the Geek – Review

November 10, 2006

The tale unfolds when a youngster is haunted by traumatic memories of a circus geek doing his bloody thang, and years later, is released from an institution.

Magic – Review

August 26, 2006

Anthony Hopkins in an early role as Corky, a magician down on his luck and short on his sanity. Corky is a ventriloquist, with a freaky dummy named Fats.

Dead End – Review

August 25, 2006

Part humorous, part drama, mostly creepy, with the bonus of Lin Shaye as the mom. She was the nasty landlady that Roy Munson reluctantly “services” in Kingpin.

The Hazing – Review

August 25, 2006

A fun film in the style of Night of the Demons, with just the right amount of nudity and fun gore. Look for the horny dismembered tongue scene.

The Hills Have Eyes – Review

August 25, 2006

The full uncut version on DVD with some nifty features like a making-of, trailers, commentary, and production diaries.

Coroner’s Corner – Column

August 25, 2006

My first reaction was “why?” but my final reaction is “oh my!” I’m speaking of the Alexandre Aja remake of the 1977 Wes Craven classic, The Hills Have Eyes.

Savage Harvest – Review

July 7, 2006

A nice, dripping-screwdriver-to-the-forehead stabbing, a penetrating tongue encounter, and a cool vulture demon who sneaks mouthfuls of people’s entrails.

Gone in 60 Seconds – Review

April 28, 2006

Old school action sequences, laughable acting, and serious sideburns are the order of the day. An amazing collector’s edition including over 500 crashes.

Coroner’s Corner – Column

April 28, 2006

Wes Craven can be traced back to one of the most infamous films, The Last House on the Left. In the early ’70s, this film knocked audiences on their asses.

Dawn of the Dead – Review

April 28, 2006

I wanted to hate this update, but I can’t. It rocks. It’s funny, gory, explosive, and full of characters you can relate to either in companionship or hatred.

Fangoria: Blood Drive II – Review

April 28, 2006

Fangoria Magazine presents a DVD collection of some entertaining horror/gore shorts in Blood Drive 2. The films vary in style, tone, and production quality.

Alone in the Dark – Review

April 28, 2006

Alone stretched the “humping teenagers stabbed by a maniac” idea by providing not one but four psychos, including Jack Palance and Martin Landau.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre – Review

June 13, 2005

Producer Michael Bay took on the task and kicked some ass. The remake stays faithful to the original while providing some new insights and modern day polish.

Coroner’s Corner – Column

June 13, 2005

I kept on waiting for something monumental to happen in The Ring Two, and it never did. But it explained why the spirit of the little girl was pissed off.

Coroner’s Corner – Column

February 28, 2005

Fox Home has just released Terror Train, one of the more notable Halloween-style rip-offs. The film looks pretty swell, but there aren’t really any peachy extras.

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