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Tales of Halloween (2015) review
Halloween Horror Celebration IV / Horror / Reviews

Tales of Halloween (2015) review

Ten Halloween tales all centered in a small town tied together by a radio DJ (Adrienne Barbeau) working the Halloween shift. An anthology film, Tales of Halloween is the the closest a film has come to taking the mantle of best Halloween feature from the reigning champion, Trick ‘r Treat.  While it doesn’t succeed, it comes damned … Continue reading

“There’s a situation.  It’s serious.”  Bone Tomahawk trailer!!
Halloween Horror Celebration IV / Movie Trailers

“There’s a situation. It’s serious.” Bone Tomahawk trailer!!

So, this film has just jumped to the top of my must see list.  And why wouldn’t it?  Kurt Russell.  Matthew Fox.  Patrick Wilson.  Richard Jenkins.  In a western.  With cannibals.  Yep, here is another western horror film.  Am I the only one that seems like westerns and horror films go together like peanut butter … Continue reading

Interview with special effects master Alec Gillis!!!
Halloween Horror Celebration IV / Interviews

Interview with special effects master Alec Gillis!!!

Alec Gillis.  It may not be a household name, but I guarantee you know his work.  If you have seen any of the Alien films from Alien 3  on, if you’ve seen Death Becomes Her starring Bruce Willis and Meryl Streep, if you have seen Mortal Kombat or Point Break, you have seen his work.  He and his company, Amalgamated Dynamics, Inc., … Continue reading

Deathgasm (2015) review (Mildly NSFW)
Comedy / Hall of Fame / Halloween Horror Celebration IV / Horror / Reviews

Deathgasm (2015) review (Mildly NSFW)

Starring: Milo Cawthorne, James Blake, Kimberley Crossman Written by: Jason Lei Howden Directed by: Jason Lei Howden Currently available on VOD and select theaters When metal heads Brodie (Milo Cawthorne) and Zakk (James Blake) play some music stolen from one of their idols, they inadvertently summon a demon and they are the only ones who … Continue reading

Area 51 (2015) review
Halloween Horror Celebration IV / Horror / Reviews / Science Fiction/ Fantasy

Area 51 (2015) review

A group of friends decide to break into Area 51 after one of them presumably has a close encounter with an extraterrestrial. Directed by Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity), Area 51 is a ho-hum affair, another found footage debacle in the ever growing ranks of these cheap, poorly made films.  What makes this one so special, though, … Continue reading