October 9, 2015 1
Fresh from the wrap-up, I am going to review the art encounters event in Timisoara as a movie, a sub-genre movie, that could be either a horror comedy or corporate thriller. Haven’t decided yet, maybe we should do a poll. I’ve been blogging mostly on movies these years, so I decided to treat Art Encounters
File under: doomsday cult mayhem, subway demonology, be afraid of the beep of that incoming sms. End of the Line is a Canadian indie horror that’s not so much talked about, still I think it’s one of the best and should be paired up with Kontroll and Midnight Meat Train for a Subway Gate-to-Hell trilogy.
It is a rare and holy (Easter) occasion to offer a sneak bloody review into a movie such as Blood Feast. Hershell Gordon Lewis opens up with this movies the floodgates for that viscous and vicious materiality for the entire world to see: gore movies. This is a one-of-a-kind movie, a trite, to the wound-,
File under: car chase occult horror, buddy movie human sacrifice, hilbilly satanist meet city tourist. Firstly, this horror flick was an influence on Red State (sez Kevin Smith) and a bunch of other action movies involving interrupted rituals and nasty consequences. Race with the Devil has it all – it has Texas slang & twang,