Category: Movies

Chok Suwanavisootr And The Hollywood Dream

Chok Suwanavisootr is the true definition of the Hollywood dream. Entering the film industry like a force of nature, gaining success with his brand of amazing talent, and kind heartedness. A true gentleman of the Hollywood experience. He is back in WIPED AGAIN, leading this sequel to his award winning unsanitary short film WIPED (2019),…

To All A Goodnight (1980)


To All A Goodnight, is a lesser known Santa Slasher from 1980. It is Directed by Genre Legend, David Hess. And stars 80’s cutie, Jennifer Runyon. Initially dismissed as just another run of the mill, slasher film from the early 1980’s. Caught up in the whirlwind craze, of the┬ásimilar films of it’s time. Filmed in…

Stars, Skis & Hucks (2005)


I forgot how much I hate AFI…but that’s beside the point. We’re digging back a few years to something I found when Netflix used to mail DVDs out. They probably still do, but with all the physical discs slowly dissolving, the streaming service is far more useful. I can’t count the times I received scratched…

Digging Up The Marrow (2015)


Digging Up The Marrow is the latest film by Massachusetts’ Director Adam Green. It is a mockumentary inspired by, and featuring the monster art of Alex Pardee. It stars Adam Green, and the rest of the Ariescope (Green’s film company) team, as themselves. And Ray Wise as a potentially insane, monster obsessed ex- police officer….

Avengers Grimm (2015)


Oh Asylum, you’ve grown so much over the years. It’s a shame that Sharknado has been your claim to fame, but whatever it takes to keep things rolling. For the few who don’t know much about Asylum, they are a company that churns out movies commonly dubbed as Mockbusters at an insane rate for dirt…

The Babadook (2014)


The Babadook is an Australian Monster film, Directed by Australian native Actress/ Director Jennifer Kent. This film has been hyped up, to be one of the scariest films of last year. Even legendary Director William Friedkin (The Exorcist.) Has put his stamp on it, labeling it as “The most terrifying film” he’s ever seen. So…

Wolfcop (2014)


Every so often, a concept comes along. That seems like pure gold on paper, and in promotions. It builds a lot of hype, that seems damn near impossible to live up to. It creates hesitation for the viewer, due to the fact of being burned by it in the past. When you see the image…

Slaughterhouse (1987)


As a child of 80’s horror; who walked the halls of the video store like it was my museum. A warm, cozy feeling comes from collecting the movies of yesteryear, in my older age. My favorite sub of the horror genre; aside from zombie horror, is the slasher film. There’s something magic about the old…

Skull Heads (2009)


Okay, I’m back, and Full Moon is on my mind. As I continue to pour through their catalog, I finally obtained a movie that almost acted as the resurgence of their modern incarnation. Charles Band made it a mission to start producing upwards of four to five movies a year, just as they did in…

Strangeland (1998)


This movie remained an enigma for me for years. I saw it back in the hey-day, as it played alongside the golden days of Full Moon. In every respect it has Full Moon written all over it, but in the end, isn’t. The main problem was that once you caught a movie on TV, there…