A homage to the days of Tales From the Crypt and b-grade horror hosts, Hillbilly Horror Show has our trailer trash hosts, Bo, Cephus and cousin Lulu (Bo Keister, Scott Geiter & Rachel Faulkner respectively) playing up the redneck stereotypes in their camper trailer whilst offering 4 short horror flicksRead More →

In the annals of horror history, few films are as universally adored as Evil Dead (1981). A ragged, breathless, almost plotless adrenalin surge of a movie, it is about as pure a horror movie as you can get. The set-up is that which launched a thousand imitators. Five college kidsRead More →

Any conversation around the greatest horror films of all time will invariably include mention of 1978’s Hallowe’en. A lean, mean, straight razor of a film, this surprise underground hit launched the careers of Jamie Lee Curtis and John Carpenter and sculpted the template for the modern slasher film. What followedRead More →

ORDER DVD With a title like that and a deliberately faded, washed out look that is reminiscent of some recently discovered grindhouse gem this is a film that is going to leave some people very disappointed. You see this is essentially an art film disguised as horror, or maybe it’sRead More →

ORDER DVD Low budget, direct to video (sorry, direct to DVD) slasher flick that apparently is part of the Camp Blood franchise but not really – especially as it is also known as Camp Blood 3 but there are already three films in the trilogy! Don’t let facts get inRead More →

In a little Mexican village radiation is poisoning the water and American scientist Dr. Torres is there trying to solve the mysteries of the deep, or at least the lake. Mysteries like why does his voice not match his lips, why is it so dark all the time and whyRead More →

ORDER DVD 50s B-Grade monster/eco-disaster movie “The Giant Gila Monster” is rebooted in this loving tribute from B-Grade King of Schlock director Jim Wynorski (Not Of This Earth, Sorority House Massacre II, Hard To Die, Ghoulies IV, House On Hooter Hill… the list goes on!)Read More →

Crimson Celluloid: From conception, gestation to birth…it’s been a long wait for INNER DEMON. Have there been times when you’ve been sick of the sight of it and dying to move onto something else? Ursula Dabrowsky: It took two and a half years from go to woe which isn’t thatRead More →

ORDER DVD When Sue (Angela Punch McGregor) finds out her estranged husband Phil (John Jarrat) is about to be released from prison, she’s terrified. She cleans out the bank account, puts through a call to a friend named Chris (Chris Haywood), packs up her teenage son Damien (Charlie Jarratt, John’s real-lifeRead More →

One of the greatest joys in life is enjoying the success of friends…only eclipsed by the sweet nectar that is the failure of enemies. I can happily report that Ursula Dabrowsky has lived up to, and exceeded, the promise shown in her debut feature Family Demons (2009) with the secondRead More →

Ashley Saint (Betsy Rue) is a popular Pornstar, who has worked on everything up to and including violent rape porn. Nonetheless, when her regular director Mike (Don McManus) wants her to work for his site “Lucky Bastard” she flatly refuses. “Lucky Bastard” is a porn site unlike the rest –Read More →

Eve (Tilda Swinton) and her lover Adam (Tom Hiddleston) are vampires. She reclines in Tangier while he hides himself away in a crumbling house in Detroit. She is an avid reader, capable of devouring entire books in a matter of minutes while music is his poison, both listening and creating.Read More →

Crimson Celluloid: For the uninitiated what can you tell us about The Pit? Matthew Gunnoe: The Pit is about three vacationing hot chicks that become lost in the Florida swamplands. In doing so, they become captured by a family of insane meth-runners and a government agency that wishes to conductRead More →