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Tag Archive for ‘grindhouse’
Robert’s Review: Momo: The Missouri Monster (2019)
★★1/2 out of ★★★★★
Grindhouse meets documentary in the latest from Small Town Monsters.
Horror Shorts: Treevenge (2008)
🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲 out of 🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲
Ah…the holidays. Yes. Those holidays. The Christmas-y ones. The holidays that fill you full of joy, happiness, togetherness, peace, family…frustration, long lines, anger, resentment, hatred, and, AND, AND….CHRISTMAS TREES! The bane of the past, present, and the future. Commercialism mixed with a toxic cocktail of entitlement, greed, waste, and environmental cynicism and acrimony. Just a plain ol’ dislike for mother earth.
The Scariest Things Podcast Episode LVII: Horror History 1970-1974
We’re getting a little trippy, a little sexy, and going full-on grindhouse… here comes the 1970’s!
Mike’s Review: 31 — A Rob Zombie Film (2016)
★ out of ★★★★★
If you went to Sunset Strip and asked a hip-looking millennial what elements exemplified the grindhouse cinema era, what do you think the response would be? Confused? Indifferent? Bored? Titillated? Or do you think they’d start to rattle off a listed of oft-used Rob Zombie tropes and tripe?
Eric’s Review: Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich (2018)
★★★★ out of ★★★★★
Gonzo, Gory, a little meta, a little offensive, and a big step up for the venerable franchise.
Mike’s Review: The New York Ripper (1982)
★★★out of ★★★★★ Oh Lucio Fulci is there anything you can’t do? Between the hacking, the slashing, the stabbing, the cutting, […]
Mike’s Review: Dr. Butcher, M.D./Zombie Holocaust/Island of the Last Zombies/Zombi 3/Queen of the Cannibals (1982)
★★ out of ★★★★★
Ok, I gotta get something off my chest. I saw the trailer for this beauty back in 1985 and was so horrified by its content I could have sworn that I’d seen the whole film — front to back. This was some seriously dense scar tissue built up over the years. But alas, I’d never seen this flic. That was, until a couple weeks ago.
Movie Posters We Love: Eyeball (1975)
A stabbing nightmare becomes a living terror?!?!?! Come on! What’s not to love about the tagline alone. That’s just pure […]
The Scariest Things Podcast — Episode XI: Guilty Pleasures
Sometimes, you have to love a horror movie, warts and all.
MOVIE POSTERS WE LIKE: HOUSE OF THE DEVIL
Evil! Creepy! Terrifying! Retro! Pure perfection! 😈😈😈
Mike’s Review: Three on a Meathook (1972)
★★.5 out of ★★★★★