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Full Moon Features: Bleed (2002)

I haven’t checked out Full Moon Streaming in a while and came across this film, so I decided to give it a shot. I wondered if this was one of those films that Full Moon eventually picked up, even though it wasn’t truly made by the company. 452 more words


"Scream Machine" Review

No-budget filmmaker Walter “Scarlet Fry” Ruether (Death by VHS) returns with a new slice of American cheese cinema with Scream Machine.

After a deadly ebola outbreak wipes out 95% of the planet, the only source of entertainment that survives comes courtesy of a horror host named Doctor Fry (Scarlet Fry). 288 more words


Class of Nuke 'Em High

In all honesty of the Troma films I had seen in the past, Class of Nuke ‘Em High wasn’t one of them.  Which I find odd since it’s such a touchstone for Troma. 596 more words


Movie Review: HORROR HOUSE

Slater Brothers Entertainment

There are several movies that sport the title–or sometimes alternate title–“Horror House”, not counting the myriad of variations. This particular one is an obscure independent anthology that was released in 2012, and features none other than bad movie icon Lloyd Kaufman as the host of sorts. 267 more words

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Digging Up the Marrow (2014)

At one stage during DIGGING UP THE MARROW, while showing some colleagues recordings of an alleged monster sighting, Adam Green responds to the criticism of it being “just another Found Footage Movie” by defensively proclaiming, “It’s not Found Footage, it’s just… Footage.” It’s one of the wittier self-referential bits that made this an enjoyable watch. 1,168 more words

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Scarlet Fry Announces Horror Anthology "Scream Machine"

From no-budget horror filmmaker Scarlet Fry comes a new horror anthology in the vein of sleazy straight-video features of decades past. Judging by the released stills, … 113 more words


Movie Reviews 209 – Bachelor Party in the Bungalow of the Damned (2008)

Been I while since I plunked in one of those cheap DVD quad packs of Horror movies, so I decided I would consume The Midnight Horror Collection: Blood Predators which I pick up not too long ago for a measly $2.50. 415 more words

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