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Colour from the Dark (2008)

COLOUR FROM THE DARK is an adaptation of HP Lovecraft’s COLOUR OUT OF SPACE from Ivan Zuccon, who has previously directed such features as NYMPHA and BAD BRAINS. COLOUR FROM THE DARK stars Michael Segal and Debbie Rochon as Italian farmers, Pietro and Lucia, living ...

Stiff Jobs

I wanted to see Stiff Jobs because I was a fan of Hack Movies’ Cockhammer and I thought that was a brilliant homage to Troma Entertainment and John Waters, however Stiff Jobs was not nearly as brilliant as Cockhammer but rather an average film. The ...

Dead of Winter

Dead of Winter. 2007. Reviewed by Brian Kirst As winter continues its stranglehold (even on states that are normally immune – Hello, GA! Hello, Florida!) a film that takes place in an icy forest may be the last thing on any warm blooded horror fan’s ...

Denizen

J.A. Steel’s Denizen is about a small town that’s being terrorized by this hairy like creature. People’s bloody body parts start showing up all over and now everyone is in a state of panic. The general is in his fatiges and informs the people at ...

Methodic

DIRECTED BY Chris R. NotarileREVIEWED BY Mario Dominick Nicholas Matthews was a young boy when he brutally bludgeoned his parents to death with a hammer. At his birthday party, his father observed him drawing a picture of a character called “The Doll Man.” Quickly institutionalized ...

Jeremiah Kipp’s Contact Review

Contact. Reviewed by Brian Kirst Filmed in gauzy black and white and bringing the phrase “saving a place for someone” to fully realized heights, Jeremiah Kipp’s short “Contact” is a dreamy urban carnival-scape. After purchasing drugs from a creepy riverbank pusher and his sexily venomous ...

Breaking Her Will

I just recently watched Dirtbags: Evil Never Felt So Good and it was goofy and crude just like I like them. Now I have moved to another film by Bill Zebub called Breaking Her Will. It is made to make the viewer see the serial ...

Why Am I in a Box?

In the film Why Am I in a Box Rachel Grubb plays Ellen Famsby who lives in an apartment with her boyfriend James and they are both writers. Ellen hasn’t written anything for a long time but James stays home all day trying to advance with ...

Abigail’s Woods Review

Abigail’s Woods. Reviewed by Brian Kirst www.hauntcounty.com With Abigail’s Woods, Haunt County Productions offers a charming alternative to the big budget wolf man currently chomping up the silver screen. Filmed on a shoestring budget ($1500) over a period of nine months, Abigail’s Woods was seemingly ...

The Green Monster

DIRECTED BY: Bryan Roberts and Nolan Ball REVIEWED BY: Mario Dominick The young ambitious filmmakers of Untold Horror in association with Pete Jacelone’s Screamkings/THR Productions, and working from a script by Trevor Wright (Sculpture), bring us The Green Monster, a low budget gorefest that, in ...

The Caretaker

Every girl dreams of going to her prom. From what she is going to where, how her make up will be and where will her hot date be taking her afterwards. Well how would you feel if your date and their friends brought you to ...

Backroad Review

Backroad. 2009. Reviewed by Brian Kirst With powerful performances, some stunning cinematography and writer-director Wayne Slaten’s obvious desire to play a bit with horror film conventions, Backroad has much about it that is highly commendable. Unfortunately, lead character Jasper Hawkins (subtly played by Matthew Carter) is less ...

Cockhammer Review

Cockhammer. 2009 – Hack Movies. Reviewed by Brian Kirst www.hackmovies.com “I assure you I am more than insane…I am illuminated.” – Cockhammer As independent filmmakers derivative only of themselves, Hack Movies offers up another boobs-to-the wall exercise with their latest splattery wonder, Cockhammer. After depleting ...

The Caretaker Review

The Caretaker. MTI Video. (Release Date: 2/23/2010). Reviewed by Brian Kirst www.mtivideo.com MTI’s latest horror offering, The Caretaker, is a must for all who love to outfit themselves in the standard slasher stripes while also draping themselves with a few twists along the way, of ...

Scarlet #4 Review

Scarlet The Film Magazine #4. Reviewed by Brian Kirst A perfect amalgamation of past and present horror and gothic sensibility, Scarlet The Film Magazine continues in the respectful tradition of Scarlet Street (its previous incarnation) while shedding a little new blood (as it were) as ...


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