I remember being about nine-years-old, and my dad rented a movie that I saw TV ads for a few months earlier. Judging from the promos, I thought it was going to be the gnarliest monster movie ever. After I saw it, I thought it was really, really lame. That film was 1986’s RAWHEAD REX, and it was the first time I was ever disappointed by a monster movie. I have not watched it since then.
In an epic What’s On Your Doorstep segment we cover over 20 films, including The Void, When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth, Abattoir, Split, and Don’t Kill It. 1977’s DEMON SEED is our featured film this week, followed by 1992’s HOMEWRECKER as our VHS-OMG pick and LAWNMOWER MAN 2: BEYOND CYBERSPACE in Stream Screams.
Welcome to the 2nd edition of Horror Down Under, a column series in which I review horror films from my home country of Australia. The purpose of this column will be that it will act as a showcase for various horror related film projects that have been made Australia in hopes that it will get you interested in checking […]
This week Brad, BJ and Sean cover the past 3 months of Vinegar Syndrome insanity! The following films are discussed (in no particular order): Witchtrap, Slaughterhouse, Blood Mania, Point Of Terror, Babyface, China Girl, Don’t Answer The Phone, Blue Money. Josh Obershaw also runs down some upcoming releases.
Lately, the best aspect about being a movie fan for me is throwing myself into a film I have zero knowledge of. A lot of what’s pushed at the multiplexes rely so much on name recognition, it’s becoming difficult to be surprised by a movie. That’s why, when it comes to an original film, especially one in the indie circles, I prefer to go into it knowing nothing about it. I avoid trailers, synopsis, etc. It’s truly reinvigorated that sensation of discovering movies, and the latest case for me is THE TRANSFIGURATION.