Casey finds this indie slasher enjoyable despite some of the hammy performances by genre vets, and having to watch a sex scene with Eddie Furlong.
Shelton takes on a difficult film he thinks you may have skipped due to mis-marketing, and finds there's a lot to like.
Don't let the cutesey name fool you, this one is about as disturbing as they come.
In this new documentary just premiered at SXSW, Michael Paul Stephenson comes to grips with starring in the worst movie ever made, "Troll 2".
Tor suits up for combat with this classic rip on "The Dirty Dozen", from a bygone era of Italian exploitation.
Todd takes on this surrealist fairy tale from Korean director Pil-Sung Yim, and finds it both pleasurable and frustrating.
Also known by its alternate title: "Eric takes one for the team".
Todd checks out this Norwegian slasher, and is a little mixed on the experience.
Whether it was the intention or not, Shelton loves this modern day Italian sleaze-fest for all the wrong reasons.
Tor takes a trip knee-deep into Japan's exploitation heyday.
Even as a fan of the original, Casey's left scratching his head on this one.
I give the original "Last House" a long overdue second look, and am pleased with what I find.
New writer Todd's first review on the site is a doozy, in just about every way imaginable.
Shelton tells us about the recent Spanish release "El Rey de la Montaña"
Casey feels jipped. This is no happy finish.
My only issue with Anchor Bay's "Red Mist", besides the title, is that it's going to trick me into watching more direct to DVD movies.
Jon doesn't know if everyone's going to be happy about it, but it's official: Jason's back.
Casey takes a trip with the Vikings, and finds out that he fits right in!
Bruce Campbell's latest directorial effort is flawed but fun, and more meta than you can handle.
It may be a day late and a dollar short, but "The Uninvited" gave me more than I was expecting.
Mark goes beyond our recent podcast discussion and tries to put his love for "Pieces" into text form.
"...as a seaborne thriller, shot with seven actors, in one location, with virtually nothing in the way of effects "Donkey Punch" packs a high level of both tension and lurid enjoyment."
Schnaars won't be sending this film a valentine, but finds it in his heart to dig on some of the 3D action.
Shelton's here with the official BGH review of this amazing vampire film, recently snubbed for an Oscar nomination.
Jon wishes "The Unborn" could be unwatched.
Tor checks out this low budget slasher with a Manson Family twist, just in time for Christmas (?)
Casey says the Naysayers be damned, he liked this third attempt at starting a franchise.
Despite a few overly offensive aspects, Casey seems to have enjoyed this low budget 80's throwback.
Casey says this movie is bad but enjoyable. You can make your own judgements based on his review.
So... short people are creepy, amiright?
Needless to say, it's weird...
Rob Zombie swings... and misses.