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Evil Dead Movie Review

Apr 07, 2013 2 Comments

“We were trying to make a very, very scary movie.” Director Fede Alvarez had a tall order to fill when it was announced he’d be helming the re-imagining of EVIL DEAD, arguably one of the most influential horror films of all time.  Upon hearing of such a reboot, many horror fans were outraged, myself included.  […]

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The Walking Dead Season 3 Final Grade

Apr 03, 2013 2 Comments

The second half of The Walking Dead Season 3 on AMC is television that’s firing on all cylinders and, for this reviewer at least, that comes as a bit of a relief.  As I wrote at the hiatus, the first half of the season seemed to forget to allow its characters any space to breathe […]

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Sushi Girl Movie Review

Mar 24, 2013 No Comments

After a heist gone awry, Fish (Noah Hathaway) is nabbed and does six years keeping his mouth shut.  On the evening of his release he finds a limo outside the prison, waiting to bring him to his partners and a vicious night of violence in an attempt to determine where the diamonds they’d stolen ended […]

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Warm Bodies Movie Review

Mar 03, 2013 2 Comments

There are a lot of things I hate, but for the purposes of this review, I think I should tell you that I absolutely despise- Zombies: I wish I meant that in the, “I’ve been pinned down in this cabin for three days by the bastards and can’t take it anymore” sense, but really, I’m […]

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Interview with SWAMPHEAD Filmmakers Justin Propp and Dustin Drover: Sh*tty Hot Tub Edition

Feb 06, 2013 No Comments

Standup comedian and horror authority Robert Hibbs brings you an exclusive interview with the duo behind the potty humor-infused horror-comedy Swamphead.  The following interview is intended for an immature audience.  Reader indiscretion is advised…. I have a philosophy that all forms of art, especially cinema, no matter what genre — be it horror, action or […]

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John Dies at the End Movie Review

Jan 27, 2013 No Comments

A decade after Bubba Ho-Tep Don Coscarelli is back with another feature based on a cult author’s work that masterfully blends humor and horror. John Dies at the End follows our hero Dave Wong and his buddy John as they are forced to fight off an inter-dimensional invasion.  The invaders are using a new drug […]

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Interview with RAILWAY CHILDREN Filmmaker Jason Figgis

Jan 23, 2013 No Comments

When I was asked to review Railway Children, I was perhaps unnecessarily enthusiastic about the task.  The plot synopsis hooked me right away: A movie that combines elements of Lord of the Flies with an apocalypse horror?  I can’t think of anything better.  I eagerly watched, expecting something dark, tragic and full of uncomfortable questions.  […]

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Interview with Night of the Living Dead Co-creator John Russo

Jan 16, 2013 2 Comments

Night of the Living Dead co-creator John Russo talks about the zombie legacy he created, the current zombie craze, and dishes all kinds of graveyard dirt on one George A. Romero.  Read on, Horror Fans…. Every three months, a small convention is held in a suburb of the Zombie Capital of the World, Pittsburgh, PA. […]

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Texas Chainsaw 3D Movie Review

Jan 06, 2013 1 Comment

Texas Chainsaw 3D massacres Tobe Hooper’s classic with over the top CGI, a predictable plot and cheesy 3D effects. The intro to this most recent Massacre of the Texas Chainsaw franchise starts where the ’74 original ends, showing Sally fleeing as Leatherface chases after her which dovetails into the new plot showing the town folk […]

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Vamps Movie Review

Dec 30, 2012 1 Comment

I saw Vamps in a nearly empty theater with my wife and a few, scattered Egyptian couples.  They didn’t seem to enjoy it much more than we did.  Like a horse with a broken leg, Vamps is lame beyond hope of healing.  But like the farm boy who ultimately gets handed the shotgun, I won’t […]

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