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The Never-ending Nightmare

In 1984 horror auteur Wes Craven launched one of the most iconic horror franchises with A Nightmare on Elm Street. With excessive amounts of blood and an unconventional killer, the first Nightmare became an icon of the slasher sub-genre with Freddy Kruger being held up as one of the most celebrated villains of the style. 1,450 more words



Anchor Bay Entertainment

“Can’t you see? This is like a bad movie.”

In the Early 1970′s a remote mental institution next to the Russian border was shut down by the police. 341 more words

Movie Reviews


Every horror fan knows that the early 80s was the slasher movie boom, Countless slasher movies came out during that time to the point its difficult to keep track of all of them. 370 more words

Hidden Horror

Turistas (2006)

Turistas (2006)

Country: USA

Director: John Stockwell

Main Stars: Josh Duhamel, Melissa George, Olivia Wilde,Beau Garrett, Angles Steib

Storyline: A group of backpackers get stranded in the middle of Brazil where they are not overly welcomed. 199 more words


‘The Bunnyman Massacre’, an Underdeveloped Slasher (Review)

Written by: Matt Molgaard

Directed by: Carl Lindbergh

Cast: David Scott, Julianne Dowler, Jennifer June Ross

I can’t justify investing a lot of time on this review, which means I’ll probably end up doing just that. 648 more words


REVIEW: Split Second (1992)

Split Second: C+

London, 2008: Welcome to a future where Rutger Hauer is a motorcycle-riding, candy bar inhaling, chain smoking cop who plays by his own rules. 388 more words


Macabre Review: Happy Birthday To Me (1981)

Starring: Melissa Sue Anderson, Glenn Ford, Lawrence Dane

Directed by J. Lee Thompson

Seeing as how my birthday is here, I decided to take it upon myself to review something with a birthday theme.  636 more words

Macabre Reviews