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The Terror Experiment (REVIEW)

More and more I am finding much to love in the DTV and SyFy Channel type movie circuit. You know the ones I mean (and if you don’t what are you doing reading at this site, amirite? I kid, of course.). If I see a DVD cover with a little icon in one of the corners that says “Man-Eater Series” or something along those lines I am immediately sold. For our particular time and place these films are perhaps the closest thing we can get to the “Gindhouse” of years gone by.

The Video Dead (REVIEW)

I’m pretty burned out on zombies. And that’s coming from a guy with a “Dawn of the Dead” poster in his living room that’s attempted to talk women up at a bar about their zombie apocalypse survival plans (Pro Tip: if a girl actually has a plan in mind, they’re a keeper). Between zombies showing up on TV regularly, zombies showing up in WWII video games and the slew of crap that’s currently clogging the shelves at your video stores with titles like “Zombie Strippers”, “Retardead” and “Undead or Alive” (with Chris Kattan!), I’m pretty ready to say that undead cinema is pretty dead at this point.

Lost Boys: The Thirst (REVIEW)

It's been a long strange trip my friends. The original "The Lost Boys" film that was released all the way back in 1987 is pretty much a classic to not just horror fans but to anyone who was smart enough to see the film. Over the next twenty years we saw the rise and fall of the two Coreys, the greasy sax man work his way into pop culture and a much debated sequel titled "Lost Boys: The Tribe". The film did nothing to capture the joy we all felt when we saw the original but it did well enough that in 2010 we now have "Lost Boys: The Thirst".

Skeleton Man (REVIEW)

At one point during stuntman-turned-director Johnny Martin's abysmal 2004 action-horror epic "Skeleton Man," co-star Michael Rooker -- who, I'm sure, would punch you directly in your grill if you even whisper the name of this movie in his presence -- takes an expected trip down the side of a hill, a protracted sequence which clearly stands as the film's brightest moment. It's a testament to how genuinely God-awful the picture truly is, and leaves you wondering why, exactly, someone of Rooker's caliber would subject himself to such substandard B-grade schlock as this.

"The Messengers 2: The Scarecrow" on DVD

In the 'huh, they decided to make another one of those movies?' department comes the announcement of the prequel to "The Messengers", "The Messengers 2: The Scarecrow"!

The prequel to the box office hit The Messengers goes back to the farm to finally learn the story of John Rollins -- the simple North Dakota farmer, struggling to save his farm and hold his family together. When he places a mysterious scarecrow in his field his luck changes for the better...but it may be at the cost of his sanity.

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