From the team that brought you The Disco Exorcist comes this fucked up, demonic, nunsploitation tale that has a real Lucio Fulci vibe to it.  Our story kicks off in 1999 when a kiddy fiddling priest at St. Christopher Middle School is confronted by the nuns who know what he’sRead More →

The Blood Shed is a horror-comedy about a hillbilly/cannibal family from New Jersey called the Bullions. Beefteena Bullion (director Alan Rowe Kelly) is turning 12, and her family are organising a birthday party for her. Beefteena is really an overweight old man, with Shirley Temple curls, Mary-Jane shoes, and a fashionRead More →

A low budget homage to the splatter/stalker pics of the 80s from director Manny Serrano, this film has its faults, mostly due to budget restraints, but somehow it still works. The movie kicks off with a pre-credit birthday party for a local judge whilst a mysterious ‘someone’ lurks in theRead More →

Pre credits we discover that in ancient Egypt, Osiris and his hotty wife Isis (played by porn star Priya Rai) ruled the land. All good except for Osiris’ bro Set, who is jealous of the couple and kills Osiris then chops him up so that Isis can’t use black magicRead More →

A low budget, psychological, sci-fi thriller, Memory Lane follows Nick Boxer (Michael Guy Allen), an orphaned American war veteran who has returned home and encounters an enigmatic girl, Kayla M. (Meg Braden), who he saves from jumping off a bridge and then begins a whirlwind romance with. Despite this sheRead More →

Released by SGL Entertainment, The Killer 4 Pack presents us with a quartet of micro-budget American horror films produced between 2000 – 2011. There’s no thematic similarities tying the films together, other than their ultra lo-fi production values. While many genre film buffs dismiss these kind of do it yourselfRead More →

The final years in the life and career of notorious cult filmmaker Ed Wood (1924 – 1978) remains one of the most depressing yet intriguing stories in the strange and wonderful history of exploitation cinema. By the mid-1960’s, his days of making low-budget genre movies like Glen or Glenda (1953),Read More →

When a movie has two directors to start with and then a third credited with “completion footage” you know things are not going to run smooth. Eyes Of The Woods seems to have been a short flick with incredibly bad acting but a great monster that was then expanded intoRead More →

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 →

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 My Name is “A” By Anonymous is a disturbing, unsettling film that explores the consequences of adolescence gone awry. Based on real events, its plot is an adaption of the story of Alyssa Bustamante, the teenage thrill killer from Missouri who killed her neighbour, 9-year old Elizabeth OltenRead 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 →