Archive for May, 2016

Dark Movie Review

May 31, 2016 No Comments by

A couple of years ago, I reviewed a movie called Gut by writer/director Elias. The movie’s stuck in my head ever since, and not just because it was the first screener I had the pleasure of reviewing for Ravenous Monster. It was a meaty, thoughtful film, full of ideas and philosophy, and I’ve kept an […]

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Dead Letters Book Review

May 26, 2016 No Comments by

Sadly, I’m not particularly familiar with Conrad Williams, the British author whose award-winning works in the horror and fantasy genres have earned him acclaim and distinction. Heard of him, yes. Read him, no. And that’s still the case, save for the introduction to Dead Letters, a short-story anthology Williams conceived and edited. In it, he […]

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‘90s Lovecraftian Classic LURKING FEAR Available for the First Time on Blu-Ray this June

May 25, 2016 No Comments by

Horror movie fans and those of you in thrall to the Great Old Ones (isn’t that everyone?), rejoice! The good people at Full Moon Features are releasing a remastered Blu-ray edition of the ‘90s Lovecraft-inspired creeper Lurking Fear. Starring frequent Lovecraft-lover and adapter Jeffrey Combs and Hellraiser’s Ashley Laurence, this obscure horror treasure packs some […]

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Restoration Movie Review

May 24, 2016 No Comments by

Restoration follows a long line of haunted house/creepy ghost-child-secrets films that have watered down the VOD and Red Box world over the last several years.  While the subgenre of the film is one that has been worn time and time again, director Zack Ward does his best to breathe new life into a storyline that […]

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Artsploitation Films Picks Up The Anatomy of Monsters

May 23, 2016 No Comments by

Artspoitation Films is arguably the number one distributor of strange, gonzo independent movies from around the world. Whatever Hollywood’s ethos is, Artsploitation’s is the antithesis of it. We’ve covered several of their releases here and win, lose, or draw, the one thing Ravenous Monster can assure you is that these movies are dangerous. They’re risky. […]

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The Horde Movie Review

May 19, 2016 No Comments by

Welcome to Tropeland. The Horde hits them all. Directed by Jared Cohn and written and starring Paul Logan, The Horde is discount bin bloodletting, with a slapdash of direct-to-video stupidity. Logan, who has an extensive career as a subpar Steven Seagal, plays John Crenshaw, an ex-Navy SEAL who’s madly in love with a photography professor […]

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Interview with the Horrorfied Podcast Crew

May 17, 2016 No Comments by

Podcasts are a booming business in this technological day and age. With the horror community always searching for a new way to quench their blood thirst, it only makes sense that horror audio shows have blossomed across the airwaves. It harkens back to the grainy black-and-white images I was so fascinated with as a child—a […]

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Jeremy Benson’s GIRL IN THE WOODS Premieres on Cable VOD & Digital HD June 3rd From Candy Factory Films

May 16, 2016 No Comments by

Veteran genre filmmaker Jeremy Benson is back with a psychological horror flick boasting an all-star cast of genre stalwarts and top-level character-actors including Charisma Carpenter (Buffy, Angel), and Juliet Reeves (Automaton Transfusion, Zombies, Zombies, Zombies!). Benson’s latest project—by way of Candy Factory Films-looks to be another cinematic expression of uncomfortable, claustrophobic terror—the type for which […]

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The Black Coat’s Daughter Movie Review

May 12, 2016 7 Comments by

School is hell, winter is hell, loneliness is hell. In director Osgood Perkins’s The Black Coat’s Daughter (previously entitled February) this hell is so close to being literal that blasphemous flames singe the screen. However, if you’re expecting The Black Coat’s Daughter to be all gallivanting creatures of the night in kitsch makeup, you’d be […]

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Alienated Movie Review

May 10, 2016 No Comments by

Alien abductions are almost always unpleasant experiences—take it from me. They are scary, fleeting, fragmented episodes that come back in waves of terrifying recollection. Thus, they are a great topic for any horror movie dealing with extraterrestrial life. Brian Ackley’s Alienated is a film about ominous UFO sightings and a crumbling relationship. The probing question […]

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