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
Iím writing this letter on a Monday morning over a cup of Folgers coffee and several handfuls of Pepperidge Farm pizza flavored goldfish. After a nice relaxing weekend at my dadís house, I was super stoked to get back to the KR forums and check up on my recent post where I asked KR podcast listeners what kind of shows they wanted to see in 2012. With over 50 views the thread only contains one lonely response.
Updated 02-13-2012 at 05:09 PM by Butcher
It is not often that I step outside the horror realm to write a review. However, to be fair, The Last Circus is a film whose meshing into the horror genre is debatable- and this debate is one of the many reasons this 2010 Spanish film begs to be talked about amongst genre fans.
Although my college dorm didn't drip blood, the guy I shared a bathroom with did. Actually, it trickled, more than it dripped, and it wasn't the right color for blood. The first time I saw the stuff, it looked little more than a puddle of some thin, cream-based soup. A chowder, perhaps a bisque, with little chives in it. When I asked my roommate about it, he said that all he really
Updated 02-05-2012 at 11:11 PM by SecretAgent/SuperHero
In the new action comedy This Means War, two CIA operatives played by Chris Pine (Star Trek) and Tom Hardy (Warrior) have their partnership tested when they both attempt to win the heart of the same woman played by Reese Witherspoon.
Directed by McG (Charlieís Angels), This Means War opens with the introduction of agents FDR (Pine) and Tuck (Hardy). The dynamic duo are on a secretive mission at a high class party intending to carry our their orders