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new horror commentary with a focus on slasher films of the 70s and 80s.



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Comment on Horror Podcasts by Anonymous

Thu, 14 May 2015 07:00:47 +0000

Loved the Reel Horror Podcast! Love, Wallygator



Comment on Stuff I’ve Been Watching — Needs More Cowbell Edition by Party Slashers

Mon, 29 Sep 2014 07:44:33 +0000

I liked your writeup on The Thing. LIke Patrick, I was skeptical about seeing this remake, because I only heard bad things about it, but maybe it was because most people went in thinking that they were gonna re-live the awesomeness that the '82 version brought us. But now I think I may give it a chance because I would like to know what happened before the story in the '82 version. I did notice that they did integrate some animatronics into this version, which I appreciate, because I consider the animatronics in the original movie a real breakthrough for it's time.



Comment on A Nightmare on Elm Street: 10 Pointless Observations by Kent

Sun, 25 May 2014 21:16:18 +0000

The picture on the wall in #6 is "The Philosopher", by Rembrandt van Rijn, 1650 - thanks Google image search!



Comment on As a Format, VHS Kinda Sucked by Al

Thu, 24 Apr 2014 01:25:14 +0000

My father owns a TV with a built-in VCR, so I got a copy of The Green Mile and it looks amazing, so now I have about 50 or so VHS tapes. Something about the compact and simplicity just amazes me. So now I mostly watch VHS instead of DVDs. The VHS is very sacred to me because I watched those for the first 7 years of my life. And although I`m only 13 I still prefer VHS over DVDs.



Comment on End of Days: Worst Film of All Time by Arrrrrgh

Sat, 01 Mar 2014 18:44:32 +0000

You sir are high! End of Days as the worst movie of all time? Come on, we're talking about the actor that had us sitting through Commando for goodness sake! And that movie was way shittier



Comment on Horror Makes for Good Social Commentary – Except When it Doesn’t by Dan

Fri, 10 Jan 2014 02:29:33 +0000

Great insights! I think you're a little off on Monsters. I don't think they were aiming for the tree hugger aspect but the "if you want to treat immigrants like monsters then how about we give you some real monsters to deal with" angle. It's a little devicive though and unlikely to appeal to anyone who isn't already left leaning on immigration.



Comment on Review – Wrong Turn 2: Dead End by praveen

Sun, 22 Dec 2013 15:21:13 +0000

Ya ya right



Comment on Review – Wrong Turn 2: Dead End by Anonymous

Thu, 21 Nov 2013 13:05:42 +0000

the wrong turn is not scarry tie moet scarry not funny



Comment on Video Nasties – Slasher Edition by Drive-In Massacre (1977) | MONDO EXPLOITO

Fri, 18 Oct 2013 05:22:54 +0000

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Comment on Harbinger Down (practical fx horror film) Kickstarter by Tim Ponzuric

Mon, 03 Jun 2013 21:04:13 +0000

This is an awesome project, support this Kickstarter!



Comment on Harbinger Down (practical fx horror film) Kickstarter by Terence Ginis

Sun, 02 Jun 2013 18:54:58 +0000

Come on people, this is a great project ! Let's get this made ! Please back the project ! :)



Comment on Harbinger Down (practical fx horror film) Kickstarter by Christopher Moonlight

Thu, 30 May 2013 03:55:49 +0000

I'm so looking forward to this. I even made a parody video with my kids: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTt6PeuG7J0&feature=share&list=UU35CCn02tyN8E_xx6OxK4yQ



Comment on Corey’s 11 Favorite Werewolves by Adek

Sat, 18 May 2013 03:22:46 +0000

I know this is an old article, but the first picture you linked to is NOT the marsupial werewolf... It was in a movie the characters were watching. There were other werewolves, most of which weren't as terrible as the nun or the movie werewolf. But none ever as good as the first Howling, not in all the films. Also, the third Howling was meant to be satire and over the top.



Comment on Horror Film Quotes With The Word “Pants” Inserted by Grabass

Tue, 07 May 2013 23:45:52 +0000

I think “When there’s no more room in Hell, the pants will walk the Earth.” would have worked better.



Comment on Edward and Bella – A Bad Lip Reading of Twilight by MoreThanHorror

Sun, 28 Apr 2013 15:25:18 +0000

Found your blog via Bloody Disgusting’s Horror Blog Awards. – Congrats! So far they have been right on the money. I’m really enjoying your blog so far and will definitely be visiting more. –good work and thanks for sharing your horror love!



Comment on As a Format, VHS Kinda Sucked by Marc

Sat, 27 Apr 2013 10:37:11 +0000

It's not even that I mind someone loving their VHS collection. Just don't preach Repeatedly (as this is the trend with VHS zealots) in your rant about how newer formats are lacking some kind of charm, etc. They make up for whatever you think they lack with far superior quality in every department.



Comment on As a Format, VHS Kinda Sucked by Marc

Sat, 27 Apr 2013 10:29:14 +0000

I like that.. A VHS recovery group. I understand the nostalgia factor. I also remember when DVD was about to be introduced & thinking it's about time for an upgrade. VHS quality was never good, even in its heyday. What I can't stand is reading articles people post about DVD sucking and VHS being superior. I've seen VHS nuts call DVD words like"charmless", "cynical", "clinical". One article claiming "we" have been "brainwashed" into liking DVD or Blu~Ray. That is simply nostalgia taken too far when you see a new & by every account superior format and feel it threatening



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part I by Natja K.

Tue, 19 Feb 2013 06:37:12 +0000

I guess it's up to each individual as to what is disturbing and what isn't. And "being jaded" is always morphing it's self into becoming more jaded. it's an ongoing process. I remember when I saw Brian De Palma's Sisters in 1973 when I was only 12 years old I was absolutely horrified. It haunted me for weeks. Same with The Exorcist. Now days those films seem extremely tame after all these years. But it's because the public has been so saturated with so much gore, violence, brutality, and disturbing things that it takes a lot more to horrify even children now days. But if you were to take someone back in 1932, freeze them, the bring them back to life and then show them The Exorcist, they'd probably die right there of sheer shock. When Tod Browning's Dracula premiered it mortified people. Watch it now and it literally puts some people to sleep. Sure the list this author presents seems pretty tame to most of us, but there was a time in all of our lives when many of this films would truly disturb us. So it depends on what films disturbed you the most in your life and how much that it bothered you no matter when that was. In my lifetime the list of films that truly scarred me emotionally and haunted me for at least days or even weeks are listed below with the year I saw the film rather than the date of release, which most of us already know or can easily find out De Palma's Sisters(1973). I was horrified for days after I saw it, and it just left me in a total state of shock for days The Exorcist(1973) I thought I was possessed for months after I saw this movie. it mortified me beyond belief Andy Warhol's Frankenstein(1978) (X rated at the time I saw it) Also known as Flesh for Frankenstein. I was 17 when I saw this and though by todays standards the gore and shocks are almost laughable it did manage to freak me out. However I did see it in 3D, so that might have made a big difference Cannibal Holocaust(2004) This movie disturbed me so much that even though I did not see it until 2004 many years after it's initial release it managed to truly haunt me. The music is very dooming, sad and makes one think of depravity and death. The gore looks very real at times, and the animal killings are most disturbing thing about it. For some reason it really bothers you. Cannibal(dir. Marian Dora)(2012) This film based on the true story of a man who ate his lover has not the best production values, but what it lacks in that it more than makes up for with some of the most horrific gore ever put on film. It's brutal and very unsettling. And it disturbed me a great deal. I was freaked out for days after I saw it The Butcher(Korea)2011 Low budget snuff wannabe starts out downright annoying, but it's so sick and twisted later on without being too graphic that it left my jaw hanging open. I actually wrote Netflix and asked them to pull it, feeling that it simply went too far. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre(1976) Who wasn't horrified by this who saw it in the 70's. It really freaked me out Well I can go on and on, but you get the picture. This was long enough as it was. But despite all of this I must mention that the most disturbing thing I have ever seen was recently. A real video of two men being brutally murdered by a Mexican drug cartel. The first one has his head cut off with a chainsaw then the other is slowly killed by having his head cut off with a hunting knife. It's done outdoors in daylight and the video is near HD quality. And let me tell you this is so horrifying and so disturbing th[...]



Comment on End of Days: Worst Film of All Time by johntoreno06

Thu, 06 Dec 2012 18:47:41 +0000

YeS I DID if you're a non-christain non-european guy you can easily enjoy this movie as an average action/thriller I enjoyed it for its dark theme HECK harry potter is even darker why isn't that criticized ? i liked the theme and the action that's all nothing like 'worst movie of all time'



Comment on Edward and Bella – A Bad Lip Reading of Twilight by Mitch

Thu, 08 Nov 2012 20:37:28 +0000

Mine happens to be Fantasia. As a kid appreciating masters of animation wasn't on my mind. It was the brooms with a mind of their own and pink elephants doing eerie dances.



Comment on Edward and Bella – A Bad Lip Reading of Twilight by Mitch

Thu, 08 Nov 2012 20:31:59 +0000

While not even remotely relevant I would love to see a post on frightening imagery and villains from Disney films from you. I enjoy your POV and think it would fit well. I think the majority of the public just relates animation to fun and whimsy regardless of the actual content of the film. I think all of us have at least one Disney related film that scared the bejesus out of us.



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part I by Adam

Sat, 03 Nov 2012 00:29:23 +0000

I find that I can read subtitles faster than I can understand spoken dialogue. And dubbing looks ridiculous. The only irritant is when subtitles are done so poorly that they are indistinct from the background. BTW, Some and See (Idi i smotri) is a subtitled war movie that's as disturbing as Saving Private Ryan. And an American movie for the list: Session 9.



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part I by Lavida

Fri, 02 Nov 2012 23:33:13 +0000

Americans can't read subtitles? I've never had a problem reading them. Allow me to assist in extracting your head from your bum...



Comment on 80s Horror Icons Today by Gemini Clark

Mon, 08 Oct 2012 16:03:47 +0000

Now that is some funny bannas. I have to repost this on my blog....



Comment on End of Days: Worst Film of All Time by vijay

Sun, 30 Sep 2012 23:05:41 +0000

Am I the only person in this world who thought this movie rocked?



Comment on 80s Horror Icons Today by Steven S

Mon, 17 Sep 2012 09:48:28 +0000

Freddy at home in MTV Horror Cribs?



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part I by Stirfrybubbles1

Sat, 15 Sep 2012 09:59:00 +0000

Child's play!? Try watching ReGOREgitated Sacrifice! That has some INSANE special effects for the gore and blood. It actually looks legit at most parts.. Not to mention it makes Aftermath look like a family film.



Comment on Films I Wish Were Real by Christian Shafer

Mon, 27 Aug 2012 16:01:32 +0000

Films I wish were real: Anything H.P. Lovecraft. And I know there ARE films about many of his stories but NONE of them stay close to the stories! A CORRECTLY done H.P. Lovecraft film would leave the audience looking over their shoulders for the rest of their lives! In my opinion, Lovecraft is the master of Horror. "The Oldest and Strongest emotion of Mankind is Fear, and the Oldest and Strongest kind of Fear, is Fear of the Unknown." -H.P. Lovecraft



Comment on Jon’s Top Ten Scariest Album Covers by Phatdub

Wed, 22 Aug 2012 15:34:09 +0000

Scarie stuff!!! but the scariest of them all is that one i think. http://www.discogs.com/viewimages?release=36280



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part II by blue

Fri, 10 Aug 2012 13:40:30 +0000

lool then u shud watch African horror :0 !! that stuff clings on cus it really happens in life!!



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part II by Remy

Sun, 05 Aug 2012 19:33:54 +0000

Man, this site could actually be dope if you guys spell checked your stuff and used proper punctuation, and did research other than just watching the film. There are MANY documentaries about Armin Meiwes.



Comment on P2 and Martyrs by Anonymous

Sun, 05 Aug 2012 00:14:02 +0000

nice film



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part II by Amy

Tue, 24 Jul 2012 22:30:24 +0000

I am starting to worry about myself a little. I've seen these, as well as the films mentioned in the replies, and...I don't find anything too terribly disturbing. Perhaps "it's only a movie; it's only a movie" was drilled into my mind too much as a little R-rated-movie-watching child. I find that NO U.S. film even comes close to bothering me, and most of the Japanese, Chinese and Korean films don't get me, either. It isn't as though I want to see actual horror, because what truly upsets me is, say, films from WWII concentration camps. Reality bothers me. Fiction doesn't.



Comment on The Slasher Movie Book — Get a Free Copy Here by manekochan

Sat, 14 Jul 2012 04:42:32 +0000

Thanks so much for my new book! :D I will have a great time reading it. :)



Comment on Great Horror Films That I Will Never See Again by Mohit

Wed, 04 Jul 2012 15:53:30 +0000

totally agree with the list.....!!! except for dawn of the dead !!!



Comment on Eleven Horror Movie Plants With Whom You Should Not F by GabeM.KscaryM.Kscarypants

Tue, 03 Jul 2012 19:00:37 +0000

ok guys i am quite a scary young fellow and i know how to make things creepy like a tree with blood coming out of its mouth like somone else made! now i for one love these pics but heres the thing im making a game and i came to this site to see NAMES NOT PICS thank you for reading this message now a need a pedicure bye!



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part I by Lavida

Sun, 17 Jun 2012 08:55:54 +0000

Thank you for suggesting Leon's Broken Mind; it was hilarious!!! I loved it!!!!!! So funny



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part I by Lavida

Sun, 17 Jun 2012 08:49:45 +0000

Urban legend....good idea though



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part I by wayne

Wed, 13 Jun 2012 08:45:10 +0000

I believe the movie your referencing is possibly Cannibal Holocaust. The director and producer had the actors sign contracts of silence and made them disappear for 12mths to add realism to the movie. Of course they had to " bring the actors to life" when the court system put them on trial for acessories to murder... :)



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part I by Lavida

Tue, 12 Jun 2012 05:53:43 +0000

Augusts Underground Mordum is so fake, not to mention boooring! It tries way too hard to seem realistic with outlandishly amateurish camera angles and poor acting all done on purpose in an attempt to make it look authentic and real life, which is certainly is not. If it was real it would have been more graphic, much more interesting, and the "actors'" emoting would have churned your guts. That was not real.



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part II by Fairygoremother

Mon, 11 Jun 2012 23:36:44 +0000

Well Seed is definitely one on my watchlist now also cannibal. I agree with the other posters that a serbian film should be on here as that is my all time fave. I also agree with mordum , martyrs, irreversible and inside. There are two titles i am surprised not to see in this list. The first is a movie which i dont often find in these lists and it is called stoic. Its based on a true story and I felt very uncomfortable watching this film the other movie is called Melancholie der engel. All i will say about this movie is look it up before you watch it.



Comment on Review – Wrong Turn 2: Dead End by shania

Thu, 07 Jun 2012 23:14:56 +0000

i love scary movies but i band my belly wen i saw wrong turn keep it up



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part II by Daphne

Thu, 07 Jun 2012 17:26:19 +0000

When I am watching a seriously disturbing film I get the eerie, tingly feeling that I shouldnt be watching this and some type of brute squad is going to break down my door and haul me off. I dont go for this type of genre, but every now and again my Horror friends persuade me to watch one. Mum AND Dad gets a thumbs up from me, well done. INSIDE was Super disturbing and done well too. I think the French have a handle on super disturbing films. I will stick to Indie Horror and Zombie films for most of my viewing pleasure. Hear that brute squad????



Comment on Great Horror Films That I Will Never See Again by Daphne

Thu, 07 Jun 2012 17:16:14 +0000

I grew up outskirts of Pittsburgh so I watch Dawn Of The Dead alll the time, nostalgic me, I loved shopping in Monroeville mall, of course its not the same now lol. The Blair Witch Project scared the crap out of me in the theatre and it does it still. The soundtrack with those rock clicking together is Awesome. ah come on, I can watch good Horror over and over. I love to blaze the trail for new Horror fans, yes you can borrow my dvd!!!



Comment on The Slasher Movie Book — Get a Free Copy Here by Daphne

Thu, 07 Jun 2012 17:04:38 +0000

I was fortunate to grow up on all the good stuff on the Big Screen Yes I saw movies like Phantasm and Dawn Of The Dead and Rabid at the drive in movies on date night:) My two fave slashers are Micheal Myers and Jason Vorhees in that order. I do have a soft spot for Slumber Party Massacre and the original Black Christmas. Micheal is my fave mostly because the original has the lighting perfect. Jason scares the crap outta me, he is relentless, your gonna die if he is after you. When he invades my dreams I know I AM toast:) I watched the original Friday the 13th in the cinema with my Best Friend, she hid her eyes when Jason came up out of the water and I screamed and dumped my box of candy all over her. heh heh good times!!!



Comment on The Slasher Movie Book — Get a Free Copy Here by manekochan

Tue, 05 Jun 2012 17:39:46 +0000

I was reluctant to answer this because I am not a huge slasher fan. My favorite is "Behind the Mask: the Rise of Leslie Vernon" partly because half of it is not a slasher at all. ^^; I love that it tries to explain other slasher movies, I love the fun of Leslie's personality and the silly "in-jokes" that he makes, and I love the little love story that eventually turns sour. Hell, I even love the use of The Talking Heads over the credits. All around, this is my favorite because it puts a very human, likeable face on the monster... and he still kills everyone anyway.



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part I by Azrael193

Tue, 29 May 2012 18:27:20 +0000

I am in no way advocating that anyone should subjecting themselves to viewing this abomination but, with all do respect, you should add " August Underground Mordum " to the list if you haven't already! For me, it made "Aftermath" look like "Child's Play"!



Comment on 80s Horror Icons Today by manekochan

Sun, 06 May 2012 08:06:39 +0000

Interesting stuff. :) Thanks for the links!



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part I by corey

Thu, 19 Apr 2012 17:28:42 +0000

haven't seen MUM & DAD yet, but have seen A SERBIAN FILM. it will definitely be on part 3 of this list.



Comment on The Most Disturbing Horror Films Ever Made – Part I by Jessy

Thu, 19 Apr 2012 17:09:18 +0000

A serbian film is by far the most disturbing thing any of you will ever see