Chainsaw Death Match – The Hills Have Eyes 2006

There have been a few Chainsaw Death Matches before, but after I disposed of the body it was suggested I remove the online evidence that might incriminate me. So a new era of Chainsaw Death Matches begins now (and Velma made me promise not to dispose of her body in the river, but the jokes on her. The river is too shallow for body disposal!)
I seem to be confessing, err digressing I mean.
Velma and I went head to head over the remake of The Hills Have Eyes. Follow the link HERE

NEWS – Hellraiser 30th Anniversary soundtrack release

Hellraiser is one of my favorite movies, and the soundtrack is the first movie soundtrack I ever bought. A new version of this is absolutely at the top of my list of must have LPs. Follow the link for all the details!

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News – Hellboy redux?

Surely you have already seen the new pictures. . .

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Movie Review – Let Us Prey

I wrote up a review of Let Up Prey over in the review section. Follow the link to check it out.


Movie Review – Satanic

Got a new review in the review section for the movie Satanic. Going to post the trailer here, but follow the link to read the review itself.

Women in Horror 2016 – Day 5 – Alice

Milla Jovovich had been around for quite a few years before she took the title Alice in the Resident Evil movie series. Her portrayal of the character easily lifts her to the status of an iconic horror heroine, and also a perfect candidate for Women in Horror month.

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Women in Horror 2016 – Day 4 – Kirsty Cotton

It is unlikely that anyone reading this page is unfamiliar with the role Ashley Laurence played in Hellraiser. You would be hard pressed to find a female who transformed more over the course of a cinematic journey than Kirsty Cotton.

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Women in Horror 2016 – Day 3 – Nancy Thompson

Heather Langenkemp played the survivor girl role in the original Nightmare on Elm Street. Her ingenuity and creativity let her go toe to toe with Freddy Krueger, both in the dream world and in the waking world.

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Women in Horror 2016 – Day 2 – The Shining Twins

Probably the most iconic twins ever to be seen in a horror movie, yet they had less than 2 minutes screen time in the movie. The Grady Twins. For day 2 of Women in Horror month, I wanted to take a minute to talk about these 2 iconic characters.

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News – Women in Horror Month 2016

There are some things that spring instantly to mind when we think of horror. Friday the 13th (both the movies and the date.) Halloween (again, both the movies and the date.) Stephen King (although for me Clive Barker comes first.) Zombies. Vampires. This list could easily go on for many paragraphs, because once you start thinking about all the things in horror, your mind branches off tangentially in other directions. Too often though, when we think of horror we don’t think of women. In movies they have often been the eye candy or damsel in distress. Women in Horror Month challenges us to open our eyes and see that 50% of the population has more to contribute than that.

A friend of mine, Tiffany Shepis-Tretta, had a role in a short “commercial” recently. There is a group of filmmakers (Twisted Twins Productions) that have submitted blood drive PSA commercials every year for the last 6 years. And had their efforts rejected every time. So this year they decided to intentionally create ones that would be rejected by embracing their chosen genre of horror in ways that would never be accepted by the mainstream. The result is a fun and interesting compilation video. Not exactly safe for work, but I leave that for you to decide. (P.S. Tiffany is in the segment right around the 13 minute mark.)