Not long ago, Slasher Studios screened their film “Don’t Go to the Reunion” before a full house at HorrorHound Indianapolis. The crowd cheered, laughed, and it was a big hit. Maybe not scary, but the kind of movie you want to see with some friends and a few beers.
Now they're back... with a vengeance. That same great mix of blood and belly laughs, but with an improved video quality, some great camera shots, and a beautiful soundtrack. We even have a killer with black gloves, which
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An Introduction to MOVIE LUMPS
It’s not easy being as smart as I am. Believe it or not, it’s a goddamn hassle. When you’re smart(not ‘smart’ the way you are, actually smart)every marvel and mystery of the universe, no matter how notorious or confounding, is deconstructed by this prodigious talent; exposed, dismissed, then flung down and
Updated 09-10-2015 at 07:43 PM by SecretAgent/SuperHero
We here at Killer Reviews recently were granted the opportunity of speaking with Chris Mulkey, whose latest film THE SURFACE, was released on September 1st - we talked about his role, his love for music, and his future projects - so settle in and enjoy!
KR: Can you give us a brief description of the film, as well as your character, Kelly?
CM: My character Kelly flies a plane that delivers packages around the Midwest - from
Put two guys on a boat for the duration of a film, and who knows what will rise to the surface...or in the case of Gil Cates's latest, THE SURFACE, we could always try to latch onto what hasn't sunk - will someone PLEASE get the life-jackets ready? We're about to have a movie go overboard.
The film, in its simple premise, stars Sean Astin as Mitch, a solemn man who decides to ready his small boat for a little spin one day on the waters
After its initial release back in 2013, Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday The 13th has been THE go-to for all your Voorhees-needs, and on September 8th, the former 4-disc set has been compacted onto 2 Blu-Ray OR 2 DVD's - it's your choice (really?...and WHY would you even have to choose?)
All of the same bells and whistles or on the presentation (with a few extra goodies for you Jason-ites) - we've got hundreds of