Halfway To Black Friday’s Vinegar Syndrome Buying Guide For 2017

Here we go again. If you listen to our show or visit our site often you will already know we suck the dicks of Vinegar Syndrome. Vinegar Syndrome is totally my bag. They do amazing work on each and every release and they have never done a shoddy job. Now, their films may not be […]

Pool Party Massacre

  Support independent horror. That’s what I’ve said for a long ass time. Even if the films are mediocre or not your favorite, still support it. If you don’t, it will go away and none of us want that. Do you want to support independent horror? Good! You’ve come to the right place. In April […]

VHS Cover Series: A Night At The Video Store: Part VI: The Revenge Of The Tapes

I’ve been renting videos since I was little. My mom would let me rent pretty much anything in the store, but when it came to watching it I had to close my eyes for any of the “no-no” scenes. That’s what my mom called them when I was a little kid and it still makes […]

VHS Cover Series: A Night At The Video Store: Part V: The Return Of The Video Store

I’ve been renting videos since I was little. My mom would let me rent pretty much anything in the store, but when it came to watching it I had to close my eyes for any of the “no-no” scenes. That’s what my mom called them when I was a little kid and it still makes […]

SXSW Review: TRAGEDY GIRLS

I live for horror films. It doesn’t matter if they are great, mediocre, bad, goofy, or inventive, I’m always on board. I’ve always said watching a terrible horror film is always easier than watching a terrible drama or comedy. This day and age it’s getting a little easier to make and distribute a film. Just […]

SXSW Review: METH STORM: ARKANSAS USA

While Meth Storm: Arkansas USA sounds like some direct-to-video sequel of a Nick Cage movie, I can assure you that’s not at all what this is. Meth Storm is a documentary that premiered at SXSW about users, DTF/DEA, and the Mexican Cartel. The cameras roll as DTF agents bust down doors and users that are […]

SXSW Review: GAME OF DEATH

What makes a midnight movie? I’ve been doing festivals for a while now and have done plenty of midnight films in my day. Good midnight movies are important because we are tired as fuck and we need something to keep us awake and feeling energized.

SXSW Review: BILL NYE: SCIENCE GUY

If you were born in the 80s and on, you definitely know who Bill Nye is and watched him in your classroom. Bill Nye was instrumental in our youths and has molded some of us. You don’t have to be a scientist to say Bill changed your life, Bill made most of us ask questions and have an open mind…to everything.

SXSW Review: The Archer

As a kid watching films you normally didn’t analyze anything while sitting there. If you did read into it, you didn’t over analyze it. Re-watching some of these films as an adult, you can see their flaws or how ridiculous they may be. Of course you can give your suspension of disbelief but that can only go so far. The biggest thing that I look for is logic and if it doesn’t have that, it’s hard to give me suspension of disbelief.

SXSW Review: Pig

In 2009, Adam Mason filmed an experimental film, PIG. In 2010, it played at Stiges at 3am and then released online only for a brief moment and then was shelved until now…

Jesus. Fucking. Christ.

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