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.
Jon doesn't really like Darren Lynn Bousman's film, but the good news is nobody gets called any names.
Mark takes in an early screening of Rob Schmidt's "Alphabet Killer", now on DVD. It's certainly worth a look for Eliza Dushku fans...
Casey checks out the Zombie diaries, and the experience leaves him wanting more.
My viewing of Saw V leaves me with more than one confession to make...
After seeing Max Payne, Casey refuses to say hello to his mother for Mark Wahlberg. Okay, last time we'll make that joke. Promise!
My hunch was right, this is one fantastic little indie film.
Hating on remakes is important, but Schnaars actually recommends this one. Bummer.
This sequel to Project Greenlight's "Feast" delivers on the gore, but not much else.
It's Friday here at BGH so that can only mean one thing... Rat Zombies!
Casey takes a look at this DTV sequel of the Kristen Bell starrer "Pulse" from 2006.
Casey watched 2 Uwe Boll films in 2 weeks. Read on to find out if he survived.
This Action/Horror hybrid comes straight from UK cinemas to your DVD players. Is it worth a rental? Casey decides.
Read on to find out why Tara Reid only looks mildly puzzled while staring at this 40 foot snake.
You can officially add me to the list of boys who love Mandy Lane. And really, who can blame me?
A return to the Mystery Science Theater of old, only without all the copyrighted stuff they had to avoid.
Casey gives us the scoop on this release from a few weeks back. As if you didn't already know, it's a thumbs up!
Casey says it's not as bad as you think. No, really!
Tor reviews the prequel to "Suicide Club". I lost focus after he said "Japanese school girls".
Jon breaks down one of the films that made most people's Worst of 2008 lists. Even with Kiefer, this one was laughable.
A low budget horror comedy that claims to be like "Clerks", and actually kind of is! Truth from a marketing team, what a shocker.
The Japanese have officially gone off the deep end with this latest genre effort, and Shelton likes what he sees. This may be the only Asian horror flick made in the past 10 years that isn't already on the remake table.
Against all of my warnings, Casey went to see "The Mummy 3" this weekend. Here are his thoughts.
A film so brutal, Mark had to find 5 different synonyms for the word "brutal". Chances to see this gem are popping up sporadically, so keep your eyes peeled!
I hate to say I told you so...
Jon says "I Want to Believe" may not knock your socks off, but there's plenty of "X-Files" fun to enjoy.
We're back, and so is Chucky!