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10 Movies For You to Watch on Mother’s Day!

boys have manners… even if they are little savages sometimes. Aside from keeping her boys safe, all Mother Koffin really wants is the money that has been pilfered from them… Continue reading

VOD Review: Bound to Vengeance (2015)

in a movie, fake or not. The revenge part is always satisfying, but the nasty shit leading up to it is always tough to endure. It’s also never good that… Continue reading

Blu-ray & DVD: The Digital Dread Report for July 28th

in the bottom half this week that makes us want to spend our money, but we can say that Cherry 3000 and Zone Troopers are fun, schlocky, 80’s throwbacks, as… Continue reading

VOD Review: These Final Hours (2015)

its sadder aspects absolutely worth enduring. If you really want to have yourself a fun Double Feature, watch this one back-to-back with Maggie; just make sure you have some Kleenex… Continue reading

VOD Review: We Are Still Here (2015)

it’s better that way. THIS GUY RIGHT HERE… Suffice it to say that it’s not long before Anne and Paul (and a few of their closest friends) are pulled into… Continue reading

Theatrical Review: Poltergeist (2015)

going to stop. That being said, if Hollywood is going to endlessly remake the hit movies & TV shows of yesteryear, then they could at least put more care into… Continue reading

R.I.P. Wes Craven (1939-2015)

us many sleepless nights, but none of them did so in the same way that A Nightmare on Elm Street did. I can still remember watching the commercial for the… Continue reading

Quick Review: Anarchy Parlor (2015)

say “Man, if I ever get to Europe, I’m partying in Lithuania!” at one point in their lives? While partying, they meet a hot Finnish chick named Uta, who is… Continue reading

Quick Review: White God (2015)

say that a trumpet is involved, and yes, Lili does use it to make Hagen her bitch. Not literally, because he’s a boy dog, but you get the point. THE… Continue reading

R.I.P. Christopher Lee (1922-2015)

Dracula. He was a Bond Villain. He was a Sith. He was Saruman. He was Sherlock Holmes. He was Lord Summerisle. He was in more than 280 movies, 20 of… Continue reading