Not the typical camp you would expect from a Larry Cohen production, the horror here feels all too real in today’s America. When seemingly …continue reading The Daily Dig: God Told Me To (1976)
This week on the podcast: It’s a tantalizing triple feature of real-life inspired horror, influential sci-fi scares, and sexy erotic thrills. ABOUT THE EPISODE: …continue reading Adventures in Movies: Triple Feature Celebration!
Proof that Tobe Hooper wasn’t a one-trick pony, but unfortunately studio and producer meddling muddied the potential of this film. A young professor learns …continue reading The Daily Dig: Spontaneous Combustion (1990)
An example of how far nepotism and coat tails can take you; we end up with unwatchable, derivative horror, with nonsensical dialogue. A pseudo-Frankenstein …continue reading The Daily Dig: Mind Ripper (1995)
A guilty pleasure starring two fan-favorite actors and an equally impressive dog performance written and directed by the writer of “Child’s Play”. A dog …continue reading The Daily Dig: Man’s Best Friend (1993)
Roger Corman’s “Galaxy of a Terror” is a fun “Alien” inspired flick that courted controversy but earns its place in b-movie history. Producer, director, …continue reading Tubi Tuesday: Galaxy of Terror (1981)
Not everything works in “Old Strangers” but there’s enough of the good stuff to recommend a tread down familiar but welcoming territory. Hola, morbidly …continue reading Reel Review: Old Strangers (2022)