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A Nightmare on Elm Street Review


Nominated for 3 awards, and a winner of 1, (Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival, critics award), this low budget horror movie has surpassed its expectations. From the first five minutes of the movie, the viewer is drwn into the plot line that Wes Craven created. Combined with a phenomenal cast of young actors, (Heather Langencamp, Robert Englund, Johnny Depp), and fantastic scare-you-silly scenes, this movie has become a classic.

Traci Cassa - 10/31/2006 - 9:50pm - 17 comments

Question about review postings


I have a quick question. I review horror discs on my site. Rather than reposting the info, would it be okay to post links instead? I don't want to be all spammy, especially since I just joined, so I thought I would ask.

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almaric - 10/31/2006 - 6:44pm - 2 comments

Dead-Alive Review


A wonerfully done Zombie Gorefest by Peter Jackson. This story is of a middle-aged man who lives with his grandmother in England. His mean demanding grandmother ends up getting bit by a Sumatran Rat Monkey, which in turn infects her with a disease that basically turns her into a zombie It is one of the more goriest films i have seen to date. If you like baby zombies getting roughed up in their baby carriage, Living Intestines, and a zombified Priest having sex with a zombie nurse, then you will ultimately enjoy Dead-Alive.

Rigomortician - 10/31/2006 - 11:51am - 18 comments

John Carpenters In The Mouth of Madness (1995)


Reviewed by Nicholas J. Michalak

Rating: 10/10

What if YOU were nothing but a fictional character? What if YOU were simply a figment of an author's imagination? What if reality, as you know it, ceased to exist? What if you were the creation of Sutter Cane? This is the premise for John Carpenter's 1995 classic, In The Mouth of Madness. "Do you read Sutter Cane?"

Nick Michalak - 10/31/2006 - 5:49am - 15 comments

The Last House on the Left Review


What can I say...Superior...amazing...this movie will blow you away...

ok...so it's not an award winner for dialogue, but it should be for everything else that is important for a straight up raunchy, diabolical, gore-fest/ rape revenge flick. For example, one of the most memorable lines is a rapist complaining that "the sex-crime business doesn't pay that well."...Wow!! bad line but what does it say about the mind set of the movie...exactly...not for the timid.

randomftb - 10/31/2006 - 4:18am - 15 comments

The Legend of Boggy Creek Review


Away down south in the the deep, dark swamps of Arkansas there lives a creature (or does there?) that is half man, half hairy something-or-another. Some folks believe, and some don't...your job is to try and decide for yourself.

The movie is shot documentary style and weaves actual (hopefully) local interviews around Texarkana with cinematic license. This is not a movie that will have you screaming and jumping up in your seat (well, except for an outhouse scene where the shit literally hits the fan...gross not gore though). However, the movie does have some saving graces...

randomftb - 10/30/2006 - 5:11pm - 8 comments

Masters of Horror: Imprint


As usual from Takashi Miike (Audition, Ichi the Killer) comes a sordid tale about an American searching for prostitute he fell in love with. He had promised to come back for her and take her to live with him in America. The American eventually finds himself on a mysterious island of cutthroats and women of the night. Eventually he takes company with a disfigured prostitute that knows the horrible truth about what happened to his lost love. I don't want to give anymore away, but it is a story of violence, incest, and abortion. Not for the weak hearted.

Presentation - A

dneff23 - 10/30/2006 - 4:53pm - 17 comments

Susperia Review


Suspiria is a movie that people go back and forth on. Some think it is a horror classic, while others think it is celluloid waste. Personaly, I think the movie is genius.

Suspiria starts out with one of the greatest brutal beginnings in horror moviedom. It then goes on to tell the tale of a girl from the USA who goes to a famous dance school in Europe. While there she gets caught up in a horrific plot of madness, murder, and general craziness.

randomftb - 10/30/2006 - 4:43pm - 6 comments

Jeremys review of The Evil Dead


I like to play cards. Well, some games. I don't like poker so much but I do like War and Go-Fish.

These kids went to a cabin in and the swing was moving. It was so cool. I was watching it with my friend Clark and he screamed at the TV a lot while the movie was on. That is okay though because he also screams at the neighbor next door that is always washing his F150 without a shirt on. But Clark still likes the guy. SO I knew he liked The Evil Dead.

The woods came alive and started touching a girl in the hoo-nanner.

Jeremy Wallace - 10/29/2006 - 1:03pm - 8 comments


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