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Aug 13, 2020

This week we review the 1990 direct-to-video sci-fi slasher "Crash and Burn" The film was directed by Charles Band. The poster will get you excited about giant mechs, and there is one in the film, but that's not what it's all about. This is a sort of sci-fi slasher with some really cool effects and that classic...


Aug 6, 2020

This week we review the 2020 indie "gather round the campfire" anthology horror flick "Scare Me." The film was directed by Conrad Glover and Mark Stephens. The poster art is amazing, the film...it's ok. There are some really cool moments and some super cool stories, but but did it all come together for us? Listen to the...


Jul 30, 2020

This week we review the 1989 musical horror flick "Paganini Horror." The film was directed by Luigi Cozzi, and stars Daria Nicolodi and Donald Pleasence. Not gonna lie y'all...this one is weird! A dead violinist returns to kill some folks who want to shoot a music video in his old house. It's got a lot of...


Jul 23, 2020

This week we review the 1988 slasher flick "The Undertaker." The film was directed by Franco De Stefanino (aka Steve Bono and Frank Avianca), and stars the late, great Joe Spinell (of Maniac fame). This flick is super quirky and has some great gore scenes. Joe Spinell delivers one of the most over-the-top crazy...


Jul 16, 2020

This week we review the 1991 slasher flick "The House on Tombstone Hill." This movie is also known as "Dead Dudes in the House" and "The Dead Come Home." The film was directed by James Riffel and distributed by the fine folks at Troma. It definitely has a unique vibe and some amazing practical gore effects. You're just...