SNUFF: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT KILLING ON CAMERA wades through the history and controversies surrounding one of the most polarizing urban legends of them all. Continue reading SNUFF: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT KILLING ON CAMERA, or: The Currents Rage So Deep Inside Us…
The Spoiler Room looks at Clive Barker’s controversial masterpiece, recently restored in a glorious director’s cut. Continue reading The Spoiler Room Takes You to Midian for NIGHTBREED’s 25th Anniversary
Take off with us as we look at some of the biggest movies playing 35 years ago, including: ALL THAT JAZZ, CRUISING, SATURN 3, MIDNIGHT MADNESS and more! Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80’s: It’s Showtime!
When I lived up north, it was right on the Minnesota-Wisconsin border. I didn’t venture into Wisconsin that often, momentous trips like picking up my dog aside. Most of the time, trips across the border occurred in those crucial years … Continue reading HOLE IN THE WALL (31 Days of Horror)
SHALLOW GROUND is a film that seemingly has everything going for it, except its execution. And while I had hoped creating a few days’ distance between my viewing of the film and my writing about it would mellow my opinion, … Continue reading SHALLOW GROUND (31 Days of Horror)
It should come as no surprise that the lives of some depraved souls are of great interest to certain sectors of the horror community. Spending so much time dealing with the fantasy element of horror, many also have their interest … Continue reading CARL PANZRAM: THE SPIRIT OF HATRED AND VENGEANCE (31 Days of Horror)
Art and violence have been cozy bedfellows for centuries. Maybe art doesn’t like to flaunt its close relationship with violence, but the two aren’t above exploiting each other either. This is sort of the premise behind Boris Rodriguez’s darkly satirical EDDIE THE SLEEPWALKING CANNIBAL. Lars Olafsen (Thor Lindhart) is a once-successful painter who has pretty much given up on inspiration ever striking again. He takes a position at a remote and impoverished art school in Canada, where he plans to spend his days teaching and trying to quiet the people in his periphery who wonder if he will ever again … Continue reading Review – EDDIE THE SLEEPWALKING CANNIBAL (2012)
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