The latter half of 2012 saw a lot of film production in the Buffalo-Niagara region of Western New York, where I live. We have a burgeoning film community here, and there always seems to be a feature in production, usually micro-budget fare like my film Slime City Massacre or Sam Qualiana’s Snow Shark: Ancient Snow Beast, which I produced (now available on DVD from POP Cinema!). What set last year apart was
Updated 03-19-2013 at 08:28 AM by The Butcher
This review is spoiler free. Please feel free to read and decide whether Grave Enounters is right for you!
Grave Encounters is a 2011 horror film directed by the Vicious Brothers and is currently available to stream on Netflix. The narrative, which is very familiar, follows the crew of a ghost hunting show as they attempt to survive the night in a psychiatric hospital. The movie is shot “found footage” style. As the movie opens we
Updated 03-13-2013 at 11:30 PM by thedarkhours
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
It’s been six months that we here at KR have been with our Grand Poohba. Our Queen Bee. Our Leader. Our Butcher. Reluctantly, Butch has had to take some time off from the entertainment in his life to deal with the seriousness of the life around him. Some things needed working out on a personal level and Butcher is dealing with the adversity as best he can.
Butcher will be back. He is in the works of getting his proverbial shit together and he has assured me that he will return
Updated 03-08-2013 at 05:24 AM by GregMO ROberts