Monthly Archives: July 2014

Septic Man Is Not As Crappy As It Sounds

Septic Man

Lloyd Kaufman and Troma completely lied. At least, that was all I could think about during the film Septic Man. Actually, I had a lot of strange thoughts that went through my head.  I sat there thinking about how the mutants wander around Old New York in Futurama.  I had this strange inkling …

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ST’s First Look At Gore Orphanage

Gore Orphanage

The state of Ohio seems to have many urban legends associated with it.  I’ve been to “the real” cry baby bridge (both of them) many times.  I’ve heard talk about the Mothman and have heard stories second hand that “prove” his existence.  Bigfoot and Dogman sightings both take place here.  Hell, …

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Ditch Day Massacre – Can I Ax You A Question?

Ditch Day Masacre

You think it’s simple, don’t you? I see tons of horror films.  I’m in contact with many directors.  Each director/producer/actor is proud of their work (for the most part).  You can almost see the blood and sweat poured into the film drip from the screen as I watch these in …

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Where’d Ya Go? And Maniac (2012)!

Obviously my goal of 30 in 30 – 30 movies in 30 days – is falling way short. In fact, I’ve been absent for a while, but I have a good reason! The Husband and I are the proud parents of five boys, and we recently entrusted the United States …

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ST Interviews Torment Director Jordan Barker

Jordan Barker

If you haven’t caught Torment yet, then you still let your child sleep with stuffed animals.  Jordan Barker’s film premiered at the LA Screamfest last September, and was just released on DVD this week.  In the film, Katharine Isabelle and Robin Dunne plays newlyweds tortured by group of masked assailants. is …

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New Trailer For The Tales From Elm Street Series

Tales From Elm Street

Director Chris R. Notarile has release a trailer for his A Nightmare On Elm Street inspired short works known as Tales From Elm Street.  If you’ve read my reviews of these films you already know that I love them all and am very fond of not only Notarile’s works but also …

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Aliens On The Moon: The Truth Exposed – July 20th

Syfy - Imagine Greater

On July 11, 1999, Syfy (named Scifi at the time) premiered a wonderfully scary documentary entitled The Curse of the Blair Witch.  It was a prelude to the film that was released a few weeks later.  The documentary can still be seen in its entirety HERE ($2.99 rental).  As we all know, The Blair …

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Aftermath – Walking Corpses


So, unfortunately, any time that I encounter a film with an apocalyptic description, all I can think of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and how many times they faced an apocalypse (i.e.  every episode).  It was cliched, but it was also inspiring to watch characters beaten to a pulp and just…keep…going.  Hell, it’s …

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