A convoluted review dissecting a convoluted film that rewrites the rules just before the buzzer. Continue reading RESIDENT EVIL: THE FINAL CHAPTER, or: Death By Retconning
At long last, I unveil my picks for the Best Films of 2015! Continue reading It’s About Time! Scott’s Late But Definitive Best Films of 2015!
DEAD KANSAS breathes new life into the zombie subgenre and helps revive a form of entertainment long forgotten. Continue reading DEAD KANSAS, or: The Unlikely Return of the Serial
Part 3 of a four-part series! This time, we look at some non-traditional Christmas films from the 1980s. Expect to see psycho Santas, action flick goodness and yes, some genuine family entertainment. Continue reading Jingle Bell Schlock!: Non-Traditional Christmas Films You May Have Missed (Part 3 of 4)
Scott’s Film Geek Journal returns with this grouping of films that proves I’m not ready to say goodbye to Halloween quite yet. Continue reading SCOTT’S FILM GEEK JOURNAL: Every Day Is Halloween
On this episode of Film Jerks, we look at one of the greatest films ever made, Fred Dekker’s NIGHT OF THE CREEPS. Thrill me! Continue reading “THRILL ME!” – Film Jerks Looks At NIGHT OF THE CREEPS
Consider me a convert to the cult of Victor Crowley and a proud supporter of the Hatchet Army. About six years ago, Adam Green’s HATCHET was released. It may have just been a passing curiosity to mainstream filmgoers. But to a die-hard horror fan like myself, it peaked my interest. This was a time when most of the horror films being released to theaters were severely lacking in creativity (not that we’re necessarily in a golden age now). And HATCHET’s poster stated bluntly, “It’s not a remake. It’s not a sequel. And it’s not based on a Japanese one.” … Continue reading Review – The HATCHET Trilogy