Simplicity in a slasher flick can either be a saving grace, or one of the final nails in a very rotten casket, and director Flood Reed uses a very simple formula to an extreme in America Backwoods: Slew Hampshire...and you know what? It's not a bad production overall - hitch up yer britches, kiddies - Daddy's going to do a little dissecting.
In the film, we're introduced to 4 of the biggest douches you've set eyes on in some time,
Updated 07-11-2015 at 06:27 AM by bronxtko
We here at Killer Reviews would like to offer out deepest condolences to the family of Irwin Keyes, who passed away yesterday at the age of 63. Keyes was a staple in the film industry who worked on a multitude of films, and will be remembered for being a gentle giant who truly loved his work as well as his fans.
Acid Bath Productions' own James Balsamo wished to offer his condolences as well, and also give fans of Irwin's work the
Updated 07-09-2015 at 08:40 AM by bronxtko
It is post-World War III. War is outlawed. In its place, are matches between large robots called Robot Jox. These matches take place between two large superpowers over disputed territories. The main character Achilles is a pilot in one of the large Robots. The plot revolves around him and a match for the state of Alaska.
Although I would consider myself a bigger than average Stuart Gordon fan, this was a film I never got to see until now (2015). And what a strange addition to his
Virginia (Jenny Wright) works at a used book store and is into horror novels when she discovers an engrossing book from an estate sale. It is called "I, Madman" and it is about an insane doctor (Randy Cook) who cuts off people's noses, ears, and hair and puts them on his face to please a girl he likes.
This film never achieved a wide audience in its day, which is unfortunate, and is not as well remembered as the other film featuring the collaboration of Randy Cook and Tibor
A young man (Reb Brown) whose sister was murdered by werewolves helps an investigator (Christopher Lee) track down a gang of the monsters through the United States and Europe.
Although the original "Howling" is considered a classic, its run of sequels are less distinguished. They made several, but none ever came close to the critical reception of the original. Part three, with were-marsupials, is obviously clever, but few would go so far as to call it a "good film".