This year’s Buried Alive Film Fest in Atlanta was chock full of amazing shorts and features. I thought it would be cool to pass along the greatest of selections from the Festival. “Clean Break” “TUB” “Satan Hates You” “Father’s Day” (Uncensored Trailer Screening) “ROBOGEISHA” “The Demonology of Desire” “BLARGHAAAHRGARG” And as a special treat, check [...]
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I really don’t like remakes of pretty much anything post-1980. In most cases, the gore in those films is superior to anything we see in 21st century CGI cinema, so I just don’t see the point. With that said, I obviously cringed at the thought of a “Night of the Demons” remake. Everything about the [...]
What if there was a place where you could watch the original 35mm prints of your favorite films like “Basket Case”, “Nightmare on Elm Street 3″, and “Hausu” in a grindhouse theater with a few hundred of your closest friends? It isn’t rude to riff the film when necessary, trailers for the films of yesteryear [...]
Every October we are oversaturated with haunted houses that all follow a similar formula featuring ghouls and goblins that leap out from dark corners, startling their patrons. But things like genital mutilations, half-naked people covered in excrement, and a full bar are not typically expected at your local spook house. In the city of Atlanta, [...]
Growing up a horror movie fanatic, I only had two celebrity crushes throughout my entire childhood. One was “Return of the Living Dead” and “Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-A-Rama” star, Lynnea Quigley. But far and away, the queen of my prepubescent nightmares was Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. Not only was Elvira sexy, witty, [...]
It’s as if the television execs finally had a dose of acid-laced “something awesome” pudding. It seems that Elvira, Mistress of the Dark is returning to television on Saturday night! She will be showing “Night of the Living Dead” on her show, “Elvira’s Movie Macabre”. How freakin’ sweet is that? Between this, Sharktopus, and Splatterday [...]
Love or hate Syfy films, there is something amazing about actually producing a half-shark, half-octopus movie. The Roger Corman produced “SHARKTOPUS” premieres this Saturday night, September 25 at 9ET and stars the amazing Eric Roberts.
I will be honest. I am not crazy about the “Killjoy” series of films so far. But it looks like the Full Moon gang was able to sink enough resources into the third installment to make it work. John Lechago directs and Trent Haaga plays the demonic clown. Synopsis: Four college students on spring break [...]
Trent Haaga has released the teaser for his directorial debut, “CHOP” on Youtube! Check it out below!