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.
It's retro review time and as it turns out, the original Prom Night wasn't all that good either.
Jon finds "The Dark Knight" to be magnificent in its scope and vision.
Pudgy Stephen Dorff, heavy metal and crimped hair. It's retro review time!
The other film based on the true story that inspired "The Exorcism of Emily Rose".
Deranged back woods killer with a foot fetish. Sounds right up Casey's alley!
Casey says this rerelease is not as good as you might remember.
Casey says Willem Dafoe's commanding performance wasn't enough to save this one from itself.
Apparently M. Night's using Mad-libs to write his scripts now.
The Dutch take their shot at an American 80's slasher, with mixed results.
When Casey says it's bad... watch out.
A stripped down, scary ride, The Strangers deserves a look.
No "Strangers" review yet, but we've got "Grizzly Park" bitches!
Sometimes humor and horror make a perfect match, and this primer for 80's sleaze is no different!
Shelton chimes in with his thoughts on this dramatic Spanish horror film.
Louis continues his never ending crusade to extol the virtues of Sci-fi channel movies, and gives up some startling personal details in the process.
Casey reviews this crime heist slasher hybrid from the UK.
Headed up to this weekend's episode about "The Crazies," take a gander at John Shelton's review of the spanish film [REC], also rife with disease and paranoia.
They might be plastic, but Jon approves of these zombies' assets.
Jon reviews this Australian gem playing at this year's After Dark Horror Fest
Who could kill a child? Turns out most of us, pretty easily in fact.
It's a baby, FROM HELL!