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To say the Child’s Play remake got off to a rough start is an understatement. A low-budget remake almost no one asked for, with the original creative team giving MGM a collective “fuck you” in response to it? Needless to say, I walked into the theater with low expectations, braced for yet another soulless horror remake in the long string of […]
I’ll just get to it – Zelda from the original Pet Sematary is likely the single most fucked up thing I ever saw in a movie. Her gaunt, diseased visage remains indelibly etched on my inner eyelids and 3 decades later, I have no misguided optimism it’s ever going away. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve seen plenty of things more disgusting, more graphic, but nothing so incomprehensibly gruesome, yet so horribly real – so shocking and unthinkable, yet so tragically and heartbreakingly…possible. As a boy who cut his teeth on slasher films and poltergeists, I was not prepared and I simply couldn’t make her go away when I closed my eyes...
Brian K. Willams is back at it again! The director of indie hits such as Time to Kill and Space Babes From Outer Space brings you Jessie’s Super Normal Average Day! He has already made the film and at this time it’s 120% funded on Kickstarter. The more extras and goodies you get the higher the funding goal goes. Brian has proven to put out quality films and has delivered his films on time every time he has down crowdfunding. Click the header above for stills, trailer, and official poster
Join Butcher, KillerClown and Lurtz as they discuss the 2019 horror film Midsommar, directed by Ari Aster, starring Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor and William Jackson Harper. Please note: This episode contains major spoilers. Thanks for watching!
DescriptionA couple travels to Sweden to visit a rural hometown’s fabled mid-summer festival. What begins as an idyllic retreat quickly devolves into an increasingly violent and bizarre competition at the hands of a pagan cult.
Butcher hangs with Jordan and Lucas to discuss: Hereditary, Midsommar, Game of Thrones season 8, Classic Star Wars games from Limited Run Games, Chucky 2019 review, Chernobyl, Castlevania series, upcoming movies we’re excited to see, Halloween costumes, Butcher’s vacation and lots more.
Let me first assert that I am a long fan of Godzilla. He was a part of my youth catching the subtitled films on grainy aerial television back in the early 70’s and I have enough Godzilla t-shirts to prove my loyalty to the ‘king’.
As a result, Godzilla: King of the Monsters was on my list of the 10 movies I HAD to see in 2019. Boy, do I wish I could rethink my screening schedule.