June, 2011 is what is says for the join date of Killerreviews.com forum member Lurtz6. It's hard to believe that I've faithfully followed the Butcher and company for close to 2 years. During that time, KR has introduced me to so much and given so many great experiences, that now I can't imagine life without it. But why exactly is Killerreviews not just a awesome film site, but the greatest community online?
I've been wanting to write this post for a while now, but KR just keeps on
Updated 03-09-2013 at 10:11 AM by lurtz6
In 1980, fresh off of the moderate sucess of "Prom Night" Producer Peter R. Simpson decided to send out another slasher movie, and so commissioned "Curtains" to be made. The movie had very troubled production, many reshoots had to be done, and it was unceremoniously given a small release in 1983, the heyday of the Slasher.
The film languished in
I have a confession to make:
I saw Hostel for the first time the other day, and I felt sick to my stomach.
I have vowed to never watch A Serbian Film, Cannibal Holocaust, or Necromantik.
Human Centipede 2 made me want to throw up.
Now, this is coming from a guy who can laugh in appreciation of Tom Savini's work, loves Rob Zombie movies, and is generally
Updated 02-16-2012 at 06:41 AM by lurtz6
Well, a lot of other people are doing top 10 lists, so I figured I would add my opinions to the bunch.
For me, when a movie or video game kills off a character I like, it is made so much more epic when they go out guns blazing, with no hope of survival, in a glorious last stand. Let's face it, it's really badass when you go out trying to take as many of the enemy with you as possible. So, without further
Updated 01-26-2012 at 07:43 AM by The Butcher
All amazing movies that were appreciated by the Horror community at large, except for one thing: None were in theaters, for the average American to walk into and enjoy. What was in theatres?
Don't be Afraid of the Dark.
Shark Night 3D.