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A Christmas Treat (1985) (Christmas Horror Short)

Sometimes the children aren’t the only ones who get what they want for Christmas… Rating:

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Zombieland (2009) Review

For those who may have missed the internet hype machine for this flick, Zombieland is a zombie comedy (a Zombedy if you will) that mixes in some elements of the romantic comedy genre while telling the tale of a pair … Continue reading

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Satan’s Little Helper (2004) Review

Satan’s little helper is a relatively new (2004 ) film that takes place on Halloween and looks to combine its own brand of irreverence and humor while working within the vague confines of a slasher picture.  The only problem is … Continue reading

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Ghostwatch (A terrifying faux-documentary from the BBC)

“The faux-documentary that aired in 1992 and sent a nation in to a panic, Ghostwatch is the tale of a single mother being haunted in her Northolt home by a mysterious figure called “pipes”. Events appear to be fabricated by … Continue reading

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Ladrones de Tumbas (Grave Robbers 1990) Review

Who knew the Mexicans pumped out some horror films in the late 80’s and early 90’s?  Well, I guess it should have been obvious that they did, but up until now I can’t remember seeing many that were worth remembering … Continue reading

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Sleepy Hollow (1999) Review

Tim Burton has had a rough decade.  He is under fire from both critics and fans alike for failing to hit a major cinematic home run since he gave birth to Big Fish which despite having Burton attached, still won … Continue reading

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Greasepaint and Gore – The Hammer Monsters of Phil Leakey and Roy Ashton

Greasepaint and Gore is a two-part documentary exploring the special effects used to create some of the most memorable creatures in the Hammer horror movies. Part one explores the creations of Phil Leakey, the first effects guy employed at Hammer … Continue reading

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Doghouse (2009) Review

Jake West is quickly becoming one of my favorite British” horrody” directors (that’s a word I made up for horror comedies, do you think it will stick?).  My love affair began when I saw Evil Aliens (review forthcoming) and has … Continue reading

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How to be a Serial Killer (2009) Review

How to be a Serial Killer is the next logical step in the general media’s new found, and surprisingly open, love affair with habitual murderers.  From the raging success of TV shows like Dexter, the disturbingly widespread fandom of both … Continue reading

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Trick ‘R Treat (2009) Review

The wait is finally over.  Trick ‘r Treat, hyped since early ’07 (and to my knowledge, even a bit before that) to the next big thing is seasonally anchored horror cinema, is an anthology horror film that takes viewers on … Continue reading

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