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Check Out the Trailer for Cannibal Flick Raw!

In Coming Soon, Movies by Bub Smith0 Comments

It seems like every year we hear the rumors that a genre flick making the festival rounds was so scary or intense that a member of the audience “passed out” or burst into flames or exploded from pure fear. Okay, the last two have never been reported, but the passing out rumor makes the rounds every year and more times …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Go North

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

I feel like sometimes when I watch movies and review them for this site, I’m too hard them. Maybe I’m expecting too much from these smaller, independent movies, or maybe a lot of them I don’t fully understand.  For Go North, I really wanted to have as open of a mind as possible and really experience this film. Never mind …

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Slack Jaw Punk’s Top 10 Movies of 2016

In Movies, Reviews by Bub Smith0 Comments

Another year another list declaring the best movies of 2016. Unlike the endless stream of list from other sites, I wrote this one so it’s automatically more better cause i know words good… Anyways this year I decided to not just name 10 flicks I dug, but include the opinion of Matt and Jay from the SJP Podcast. That’s right …

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Silent Night, Deadly Night Series Review: Part 4 – Initiation

In Movies, Random Rants, Rated, REVIEW, Reviews, Ridiculous by Peggy0 Comments

*weeps into my Cheerios* Why? Whhhyyyyyyyyyy? Day four brings us Initiation: Silent Night Deadly Night 4, a film which has ABSOLUTELY NO FUCKING CONNECTION TO THE FIRST THREE SAVE FOR A QUICK CLIP FROM #3 WHILE A CHARACTER WATCHES TV. Fucking weak. Basically the fourth movie in the series is all about girl power, witchcraft, and how useless men are …

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Silent Night, Deadly Night Series Review – Part 2

In Movies, Random Rants, REVIEW, Reviews, Ridiculous by Peggy0 Comments

Remember how I said Part One of this series had lazy writing? Well forget that. I’m pretty sure the creative geniuses for this movie took longer to finish up their post coffee morning dump than to write this screenplay. Silent Night, Deadly Night: Part 2 begins with Ricky, the younger brother of the serial killer Santa from the first film. He’s in …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Counter Clockwise

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

Have you ever heard that saying, “Your eyes are bigger than your plate”? That’s pretty much how I sum up Counter Clockwise, a movie that try to be bigger than it was, but ultimately had nothing new to say. It’s not to say this is bad, not at all, it just tried to do more than it could. Counter Clockwise …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Abattoir

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

I’ll start off by saying, I really did not know what to expect going into this movie. The title, Abattoir, is very cryptic, the poster is dark and mysterious, and other than wonderful character actress Lin Shaye, no big names are attached. I did learn the director is Darren Lynn Bousman directed this psychological horror film, and that intrigued me. …

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BLU RAY REVIEW: C.H.U.D.

In DVD/BluRay, Movies, Reviews by Jimmy0 Comments

A fantastic creature feature on Blu-Ray or an amazing Fan Theory? You decide! It’s the holiday season horror fans and I’m sure you, just like myself, are up to your sick minded heads with stress and everything else that comes with the holidays. whether it’s where to find the new Nintendo system that everyone’s going nuts over ( even though …

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MOVIE REVIEW: SiREN

In DVD/BluRay, Movies, Reviews by Regan Lorie0 Comments

As horror subgenres go, I enjoy a good found-footage film if it’s done right (The Blair Witch Project, Creep, Cannibal Holocaust). Hell, sometimes I enjoy it even more if it’s done wrong (here’s lookin’ at you, Paranormal Activity 4; probably the best $2.50 I ever spent at the Warren Cinemark [RIP]). I find the first installment of the fan favorite …

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MOVIE REVIEW: WE ARE TWISTED F***ING SISTER!!

In DVD/BluRay, Movies, REVIEW by Corey0 Comments

On May 10, 1984, an album was released which would change the face of rock and roll. The album was titled STAY HUNGRY and it shot Twisted Sister into superstardom. Since its release, the album has gone on to sell more than five million copies. Videos for songs “I Wanna Rock” and “We’re Not Gonna Take It” became staples of …

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MOVIE REVIEW: CALL OF HEROES (2016)

In DVD/BluRay, Movies, REVIEW by Corey0 Comments

Yeung Hak-nan (Lau Ching Wan) is the sheriff of a small village known as Pucheng. It’s a small, quiet place to live where people just want to work and enjoy the simple things in life. Everything is great until the arrival of Cao Shaolun (Louis Koo), the son of the Warlord Cao Ying. Shaolun isn’t just the son of a …

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Because Male Anatomy Will Never NOT Be Funny, Check Out the Short Film ‘Trouser Snake’…

In Movies by Bub Smith0 Comments

Yup, it’s exactly what you think it is: a monster penis. I’m not acting like I’m above it. Hell, penises are the one of God’s funniest inventions (right after ostriches and Trump supporters… too soon for that joke…) and apparently writer/director Alex DiVincenzo shares my 12 year old sense of humor. He created an entire horror/comedy  short around this and it’s …

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Curse of Doctor Wolffenstein

In Movies, Reviews by Jimmy1 Comment

I was given my copy of ReelGore Releasing’s newest movie “The Curse of Doctor Wolffenstein” a few weeks ago and it seems that it had fallen to the bottom of my must watch list which is why this review is a little late. But I mean if you are a fellow horror/genre fan, can you blame me? Have you noticed …

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Movie Review: Baked in Brooklyn

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

David (Josh Brenner) has recently graduated college and has himself a decent paying, 9 to 5 job, as a consultant. When out partying with his pals, he meets Kate (Alexandra Daddario), a gorgeous woman who appears to be way out of his league. They quickly hit it off and his life appears to be complete, that is until he loses …

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INTERVIEW: Director of The ID, Thommy Hutson

In Interviews, Movies by Bub Smith0 Comments

If you are a fan of the horror genre there is a couple of documentaries that are ‘must sees’: Never Sleep Again and His Name Was Jason. These movies give an in-depth look into two of  the biggest franchises in horror film history and both are superbly constructed. This is all thanks to film maker Thommy Hutson. Thommy loves the …

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BLU RAY REVIEW: Army Of One

In DVD/BluRay, Movies by Bub Smith0 Comments

Every time Nicolas Cage releases direct to video movie I get excited.  Yes, I have seen them all. Yes, I love each of them. Yes, my therapist and I are working on this compulsion for self harm. BUT for every Pay the Ghost or Left Behind, we get sometimes get a ‘Joe’ or ‘The Trust’ or something equally as awesome. It’s …

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Movie Review: The Take

In Movies by Regan Lorie2 Comments

At the close of a fortnight of fatigue, writer’s block and epic national shittiness, Bub messaged me to ask if I felt like reviewing an action-thriller called The Take. Needing to keep my mind as occupied with other things as possible, I agreed, knowing nothing in advance about the film. As I started the screener, I quickly realized that the …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Train to Busan (2016)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

Seok-woo (Yoo Gong) is an always busy fund manager who recently divorced due to the fact he spends so much time at work. While he loves his young daughter Soo-an (Soo-an Kim), he’s so focused on work he sometimes forgets to pay her the attention she deserves. It’s the young girl’s birthday and all she wants is to see her …

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INTERVIEW: Star of Krampus Unleashed, Amelia Brantley

In Interviews, Movies by Bub Smith0 Comments

Tis the season! We are at the start of the holiday season and for horror fans this use to mark the end of our favorite season, Halloween. Out goes the jack-o-lanterns and costumes and in comes the horrible holiday shopping and visiting with relatives (since the election this can add a whole new level of torture for people…). Worst of …

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INTERVIEW: Director of The Similars, Isaac Ezban

In Interviews, Movies by Bub Smith0 Comments

Recent years have shown us that when it comes to Sci-Fi and horror flicks we cannot over look our brothers (and sisters!) to the south of the border. Mexico City seems to be giving us some of the most creative and daring film makers the genre has ever seen and I’m not just talking about Guillermo del Toro. Adrian Garcia …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Hacksaw Ridge

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

It is officially Oscar season – that time of year when Hollywood starts dishing out what they believe are going to be their prestigious films to take home that little golden statue. One common compliant heard during this season is that we always get the same kinds of film. However, I always look forward to these films as some of …

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DVD REVIEW: Kickboxer: Vengeance

In DVD/BluRay, Movies, Reviews by Jimmy2 Comments

Before I begin this review I feel like it’s necessary to explain something. I was first introduced to the “Muscles from Brussels” back in 1995. I was 7 years old. I was sick to my stomach and I stayed home from school begging my mother to order a movie off of pay-per-view. (It’s a thing we had back in the 90’s. …

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MOVIE REVIEW: HALLOWEED (2016)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

I enjoy a good horror/comedy. There are many classics in the genre and when done right, they’re amazing, beautiful things. Stoner comedies is another subgenre that, when done right, can be fantastic. So I like the idea of smashing these genres together so I had high hopes for the film HALLOWEED from director LazRael Lison but I was ultimately let …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Boppin at the Glue Factory (2009)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

Eric Labudde (Henry Dittman) is a registered nurse who just so happens to be in between jobs. While in his car, he takes the time to shoot himself up with his drug of choice, Dilaudid. While in the process, he accidentally hits an old man crossing the road. He learns the man is a patient at St. Joseph’s, a home …

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Monster

In Movies, Reviews by Bub Smith0 Comments

Damn near a century ago writer/director Bryan Bertino hit us hard with one of my favorite recent horror flicks The Strangers. Man I love that movie! (SJP FUN FACT: I have a framed poster of The Strangers hanging in Dry Guy Studio were we record the SJP Podcast). Bertino proved he was a force of a director and I was …

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Review: LAST GIRL STANDING

In Movies by Duff0 Comments

The slasher sub genre is near and dear to my bloody heart. From Michael to Jason to Ghostface and all those wackos in between, the slasher has kept afraid of alleys, lakes and one time hookups for close to forty years. You could make an argument that the slasher is the lifeblood of the entire horror genre. Fanning that flame …

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MOVIE REVIEW Scherzo Diabolico (aka Evil Games)(2015)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

Aram (Francisco Barreiro) is a workaholic, always putting in overtime to get the job done but never getting paid for his efforts. He’s underappreciated by his boss (Jorge Molina) and always gives 110%. At home, he and his wife (Milena Pezzi) have a rocky relationship and he’s a bit disconnected to his young son. The pressure of his day to …

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Check Out the Trailer for Chiller Film’s SiREN!

In Coming Soon, Movies by Bub Smith0 Comments

Ask anyone who has seen the V/H/S series and it’s pretty unanimous that David Bruckner’s ‘Amateur Night’  segment from the first film in the series is the best (tied with Gareth Evan’s Safe Haven). And it’s pretty clear the star of the short (as it is with most great horror flicks) was the villain, Lily (played by the insanely beautifully …

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Slack Jaw Punks Halloween DVD Giveaway!!!

In Movies by Bub Smith0 Comments

HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Around these parts Halloween is a special time of year. Its the rare season when our obsession with horror movies doesn’t make us the office weirdo who has horrific body odor, steals everyone’s lunches from the break room fridge and is probably been spitting in the coffee pot… Screw you Supervisor Jennifer! Loving horror movies doesn’t make you …

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Review: PANDORICA

In Movies by Duff0 Comments

Newbie writer/director Tom Paton’s Pandorica is an interesting indie dystopian film set in the not so distant future. It revolves around Eiren, Ares and Thade, three members of the Varosha Tribe who must complete a series of trails in order to gain the right to be the future leader of their tribe. The gauntlet is run by Nus, the current …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Fear Inc.

In Movies, Reviews by Billy1 Comment

When a horror junkie living off of his hot girlfriend has become desensitized to horror movies and haunted houses the next logical step is the hire a custom scare company to enhance his Halloween experience. Joe Foster (Lucas Neff) is a horror movie fanatic and when his friend Ben (Chris Marquette) and his wife Ashleigh (Stephanie Drake) come out to …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Killbillies

In DVD/BluRay, Movies, Reviews by Jimmy2 Comments

I woke up this morning feeling sluggish and slightly hung over from one, or maybe even five drinks too many last night. I was cold from leaving my window open all night, and my mouth was drier then the bottom of the bottles I knocked down the night before. This is nothing new. I’ve been here before. you might even …

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Review: BUBBA THE REDNECK WEREWOLF!

In Movies by Duff0 Comments

Sometimes a dumb movie is what you need. Bubba The Redneck Werewolf is a dumb movie. If you just read that, you’d say this guy must think this movie really sucks! You’d be wrong friend. I ate this movie up like a fat kid visiting a Golden Corral for the first time. Bubba is simple hillbilly loser who gets pushed …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Jack Goes Home

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

Ah, October, It’s honestly one of my favorite times of year. The weather is cooling down, I can bust out the flannel, hockey is officially back, and of course, it’s the optimum time to watch horror movies. I look forward to this so much as I save specific movies to watch every year, as well as some old films I’ve …

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Review: The Hollow

In Movies by Duff1 Comment

Writer/Director and star Miles Doleac’s The Hollow is a southern crime noir that may not get everything right but it gets most of it. When a small Mississippi town with an emphasis on taking care of their own is playground to a murder of an US congressman daughter, her boyfriend and a local high school girl with a dark side; …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Wekufe: The Origin of Evil (2016)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey2 Comments

Paula (Paula Figueroa) is a journalism student who, along with her boyfriend Matias (Matias Aldea) are traveling to the island of Chiloe, which is off the southern coast of Chile. She is doing a piece on the enormous amounts of sexual crimes that take place there and how they relate to the various myths and legends that surround the area. …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Phantom of the Theatre (2016)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

After studying filmmaking in France, Gu Weibang (Tony Yo-ning Yang) has returned to Shanghai with a script he’s ready to begin filming. He’s missing one major component, a leading actress who can make the material her own as well as have a marketable enough name to ensure success. He takes his ghost story to a local awards ceremony where he …