From the studio that brings you Robot Chicken comes a new ADULTS ONLY horror comedy, in their signature stop-motion style.
Hell & Back follows best friends Remy and Augie as they are transported to Hell to find their friend Curt after finding a book that opens the demensions between worlds. Finding their best friend isn't the only problem the duo faces, as they navigate the underworld they encounter sexy half demons, an insecure Devil, snooty angels and strange men.
Alright you manic bibliophiles, the moment you have all been waiting for is here: I'm elated to share with you that my monthly horror literature podcast, Something Red is set to premiere in September! Long term, the new show will be available for all BGH Patreon patrons that have pledged $1/month or more, but the first three episodes will be in the free BGH feed!
If Bruce McDonald knows how to do one thing, it’s make beautifully visual movies that linger in your memory well after the screen goes blank. Most well known for the sleeper full of creeps, Pontypool, McDonald is back and teaming with writer Pascal Trottier (The Colony) for some devilish, Halloween terror with Hellions.
We’ve all been burned by the promise of a truly terrifying and haunting film but 2016 might be year of The Witch. Winning Best Director at Sundance this year, writer and director Robert Eggers (now tapped for the Nosferatu remake) takes us back to creepy colonial New England.
Very few movie franchises have staying power – but when they do, they rarely fail to entertain. Bride of Chucky was released in 1998 and even upon viewing in 2015 still delivers the laughs and bloody cringes.
Religion in general has been used to terrorize the masses since some of the very first horror films; And as we all know, exorcism films are a dime a dozen. Even films that tend to regurgutate tropes and plots, if done well, can still be entertaining. Unfortunately, The Vatican Tapes is not a film that can be included in that category.
Revenge horror is a subgenre ripe with ambitious films – many of which tend to utilize the classics of the past as a crutch rather than inspiration. Revenge based films often revolve around a female protagonist whom is lucky enough to escape imprisonment by a hair brained mistake overlooked by her captor or is forced to find motivation to exact satisfaction from her own vicious attack. It’s a solid formula but not an easy science promising success.