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We Are The Flesh (2016) | Arthouse porn or transgressive treat?

‘I loved this film. It takes over our waking thoughts, like a recurring dream we try to forget,
because we are fearful of finding out it may be a memory.’ 388 more words


Review - "The Final Cut" by Jasper Bark

There are two kinds of horror stories guaranteed to worm their way under my skin: those about snuff movies, and those written by Jasper Bark. Given his track record of elegant nastiness and a sense of humour that would make Satan’s concubines blush, I was delighted when he decided to run with the concept. 1,358 more words

Fiction Reviews

Free Speech and the "Death" of Genre Fiction (Part 2)

A couple weeks ago, I acknowledged some of the debate that had been going on in the horror, bizarro, and weird fiction community about allegations of social justice-imposed censorship (my findings: it largely doesn’t exist) and the notion that transgressive genre fiction is either dead or dying (my findings: read on and find out, I’m not going to spoil it for you so soon!). 2,258 more words



Tommy kept the Christmas tree up several months after the holiday season was over; he thought it made a good nightlight in the living room when the overhead lamp was too much. 244 more words


TWO MINDS: 50 Shades Of Fucked Up - An Extreme Horror Novel by Matt Shaw & Sam West

My rating: 4 of 5 stars  ⋆⋆⋆⋆

These two authors are a match made in… well, Heaven for me!
I’ve been a fan of Matt’s for a very long time. 498 more words

Book Reviews

PERVERSE HUMANITY by Kyle Lybeck (Book Review)


This is Kyle Lybeck’s debut collection (I read and reviewed his most recent a few months ago) and this is a much more violent creature than his newer one.  248 more words


Martyrs (2008)

Day 25 of 31

Director: Pascal Laugier.
Starring:Morjana Alaoui Mylène Jampanoï . Canada. 1h 34m.

This film comes straight out of left field and doesn’t ever give any real explanation for it’s bizarre and wildly disturbing nature and really crushes your guts at the end, but it’s a delight to muse over. 1,077 more words

Movie Reviews