Tag: slasher

Malevolence Blu-ray Review

Indie Slasher Trilogy Malevolence may not be an essential slasher but delivers suspenseful terror in spades. Filmmaker Stevan Mena’s debut feature was a no-nonsense thriller that hit during the …

The Banana Splits Movie Blu-ray Review

Sid & Marty Krofft’s Friendly Critters Turn Killer Remember that classic episode of the Simpsons (season six’s “Itchy & Scratchy Land”) that had animatronic Itchy & Scratchy robots turning …

Blood Fest Blu-ray Review

Deconstructionist Horror With Laughs What a magnificent love letter to horror films and the tropes that keep the genre alive. Blood Fest is the most engaging horror and comedy …

The Manor Review

Hokey Indie Horror Former WWE star Kevin Nash (John Wick) headlines this indie horror-thriller from Rhode Island. Filmmaker Jonathon Schermerhorn makes his directorial debut in this wacky genre movie …

Talon Falls Review

Talon Falls is a gruesome horror movie that knows what it wants and asks for no apologies. Equal parts inspired by Hostel, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and The Houses October …

The Initiation Blu-ray Review

A suspenseful mall slasher from the 80s with Daphne Zuniga Melrose Place star Daphne Zuniga’s first major role was this enjoyable sorority slasher from 1984. The Initiation combines a …

Killbillies (aka Idyll) Review

A hicksploitation slasher from Slovenia of all places Few movies out of Slovenia hit the international market, much less horror movies. Writer and director Tomaz Gorkic changes that with …

The Funhouse Massacre Blu-ray Review

Robert Englund leads a fine ensemble cast in this bloody funny slasher Direct-to-video horror is always a crapshoot. The films are usually made on a shoestring budget by inexperienced …