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The trailer for Eli Roth's The Green Inferno is ugly torture porn -- watch

It’s been a nightmare for Eli Roth’s terrifying new film, The Green Inferno. Originally, the cannibalistic horror adventure was supposed to hit theaters last September, but some financial mumbo jumbo trapped the film in a bamboo cage — until now. 268 more words

News

Excuse Me, Count Dracula, May I Borrow Your Steak Knife?

Why do we love watching scary movies?

The death of golden cinema icon Christopher Lee has me contemplating that question, and wondering if one of the world’s greatest on-screen villains knew the secret of why we watch and kept it to himself, on purpose.  429 more words

Point Of View

100 films in 100 days - Videodrome #100films

The 16th film in my 100 movie challenge is Videodrome. I have seen a number of David Cronenberg’s films and this very much fits the mould of what to expect. 211 more words

Journal

film study: SEQUELITIS - the SAW movies.

Have you ever noticed in movies that when it comes time to write/make a sequel , the films – as a whole – tend to become progressively… 794 more words

Horror

Movie review: The House with 100 Eyes [2013]

Two and a half years ago, I saw a movie called The House with 100 Eyes at the Chicago Horror Film Festival. The story of Ed (Jim Roof) and Susan (Shannon Malone), a married pair of serial killers who produce snuff movies under the banner Studio Red, it was a curious mix of found-footage and torture-porn.  600 more words

Horror Movies

Drive-In Dive In: 7 in the Torture Chamber

You’ve had this one circled and underlined in your appointment book for weeks. As soon as the trailer flashed up on the big white screen in the field a few weeks back during the Coming Attractions break between movies, you swore by all that is unholy that you would be back at the drive-in for the opening weekend of… 678 more words

Reviews

Film Review: The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence)

One of the few strengths of The Human Centipede franchise has been writer/director Tom Six’s willingness to experiment with genre. The first installment was a competently made body horror film, part two was full-on exploitation, and with part three, we get an unabashed satire. 557 more words

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