Krampus Trailer Released by Legendary Pictures and Universal
We all have those relatives. You know the ones; they make the holidays a living hell. This holiday season, we will find out what all that “yule tide” negativity may ultimately bring to our stocking: the “shadow” of our beloved Saint Nick…Krampus. It looks like the typical gathering of... Read more
You’re Killing Me, a Genre Bending Romp
You’re Killing Me is a charming little movie about Joe (Matthew McKelligon), a young man who is struggling with a secret. Dipping his toe into the daunting world of dating and relationships, Joe is beginning to find himself. In contrast to the superfluous, often irreverent and sarcastic, social media... Read more
SHORT FILM: Selfie From Hell
A friend sent a short film to my e-mail this morning, and it kind of blew me away. I wasn’t expecting much from it, but in its less than 2 minutes, it was pretty much everything I want in a short horror film; great premise, super creepy, and great... Read more
New Trailer for “Baskin” Arrives Like a Bat Out of Hell
I really wish I was going to the Toronto Film Festival this year. Frankly, I want to go every year, but if I could go this year I could see the North American premiere of a crazy new movie from Turkey titled “Baskin,” which promises to be a hot ticket... Read more
Wes Craven, A Fond Farewell to a Horror Legend
Where do you begin with a life so varied? How do you express loss when it is so profound?  Yesterday, cinema lost one of the all-time greats. Wesley “Wes” Earl Craven lost his quiet battle with brain cancer yesterday at the age of 76.  He died peacefully in his... Read more
Wes Craven Dead, 76, after Battle with Brain Cancer
Famed film writer-director Wes Craven passed away this afternoon at age 76 after losing  his battle with brain cancer.  Director of such iconic horror films as A Nightmare on Elm Street and mastermind behind the Scream franchise, he was known for reinventing the genre every few years, breathing new life... Read more
Review of “Sinister 2”: Fans of the Original May Be Disappointed
The “Sinister” franchise is about family—or, more specifically, our anxieties about the corruption of the quintessential American family. We see this in the movie’s iconic Super 8 reels with their coy titles like “Lawn Work ’86” and “Sleepy Time ’98,” which transform quaint home movies into eerie snuff films.... Read more
Uncle Mike reviews: Baby Blood
Oh, dear readers. Prepare yourself, because this flick is bonkers. Insanely bloody. Insanely scattered. Insanely…er…nude. You might need a glass (or two) of wine (or something analogous) before firing up the DVD on this one. Yanka (Emmanuelle Escourrou) is a circus performer who gets infected by a weird wormy... Read more
A PLAGUE SO PLEASANT Infects Everyone September 29th
Wild Eye Releasing has unleashed a new epidemic on the American public.  A Plague So Pleasant will infect home entertainment systems beginning September 29th.  A more dangerous strain than recent efforts, the film has been hailed by undead aficionados as “a miraculous accomplishment” (Zombie Guide Magazine), “an Excellent, Original Zombie Movie”... Read more
Die A Different Way With BLOOD PUNCH
Bluff Road Productions and Midnight Releasing are excited to announce the DVD and VOD release of Blood Punch.  Directed by Madellaine Paxson, the film reunites “Power Rangers RPM” stars Milo Cawthorne, Olivia Tennet and Ari Boyland in a bloody thriller, centered on a murderous love triangle that takes a... Read more