Rings (2017)

“Just when we thought it was safe to pop in a VHS, Rings (F. Javier Gutierrez, The Crow, Before The Fall) decides to make its triligiolastic debut. Okay that’s not a word, but this is barely a movie…”

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The Possession Experiment (2016)

Hello my gentledemons and lady devils! After a brief hiatus (I was kidnapped and held hostage suspended upside down for 4 weeks) I am back for some more obscure and low budget horror reviews. This time I’ve found you a little spell of a movie by director Scott B. Hansen (Open Your Eyes, Until it Hurts) entitled…

Knucklebones (2016)

Oh Knucklebones, oh dear sweet Knucklebones, you are a delectable morbid treat. Don’t misunderstand me, you have some scars on those knuckles but it’s because you have a few good punches in you. Okay, enough with the extremity quips, let’s talk about Knucklebones by Mitch Wilson (Kill it With Fire, Wheelmen). So I know I’ve already expressed…

The Neighbor (2016)

The Neighbor, written and directed by Marcus Dunstan (The Collector, The Collection, Saw IV), follows John (Josh Stewart, The Collector, The Collection, Transcendence), a middleman pushing coke in the bum-fuck, middle of nowhere which is Cutter, Mississippi. Him and his girlfriend, Rosie (Alex Essoe, Starry Eyes, Passion Play) have big plans to escape their life of crime…

Rampage: President Down (2016)

I know, I know, technically Rampage: President Down (Uwe Boll, Alone in the Dark, Assault on Wall Street) isn’t a horror film but it is a thriller and the overall theme of the film is unnerving enough for me to feel compelled to write about it  (plus the death toll is insane). Brendan Fletcher (Freddy VS Jason,…

The Neon Demon (2016)

The Neon Demon, Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest masterpiece, has been the victim of ample scrutiny and the judging eye of an illiterate and uncivilized movie going audience for the past couple of months since it’s release on June 24th. Half the people are screaming ” yay!” while the other half are screaming “wtf did I…

The Emeryville Experiments (2016)

Every once in a while you face plant into a movie that is so bad it’s good and The Emeryville Experiments (Pritesh Chheda, For Sale by Owner) is kind of like that…except it’s more of a tumble…Er…maybe a stumble? Actually no, you’re still standing… Warning: Do not, and I repeat, do not watch this movie…

The Forest (2016)

Aokigahara. The name sends a tingle down the spine of Japanese culture. It is a forest at the northwest bank of Mount Fuji and a popular destination of death (suicidal death to be more accurate). On average, 100 bodies or more per year are recovered from the mysterious woodlands and it remains a cultural phenomenon…

Hush (2016)

I dont know about you, but whenever a masked serial killer is stalking me I’m thankful for every single one of my senses. I see them walking past the hallway, I can smell the stench of my boyfriend’s fresh blood dripping from the knife, and I can hear the footsteps as they near my shitty…

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We have reached the quadruple digits in just ten days (a little less than, actually). Thanks to all you redditors and interdweebs who love low-budget, shitty horror/scifi just like me. If you enjoy the reviews or the movies feel free to “spread em” (share the post) and if you have any questions or suggestions please…

Emelie (2015)

Remember that babysitter growing up that was sweet and nice when your parents were around but turned into a mega-bitch bully the second they walked out the front door? Well Emelie (Michael Thelin, 2015) is that girl times ten.  In Thelin’s feature narrative debut (he normally does live shows and musician interviews according to his…

Exile (2014)

Also known as The Sunderland Experiment, Exile (Sean Blau, Adam Petke) is a decently obscure horror/scifi/wtf-fest about a rebellious teen who tries to join a strange society that’s responsible for his mother’s death. That’s how IMDB describes it and I’m sorry that just does not do this movie justice. I can’t even think of a way to…