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Worst Laid Plans: A Troma #HauntLife Review

What if you found out that the shop you and your friends run is three months behind on rent? What if you only had a week to come up with $7,000 to save your business? What level of stupidity would… Continue Reading →

The Horror Within Takes a Dark Look at Post-Apocalyptic Family Life

So, you are just in the backyard, enjoying a day with the family. Your wife is helping you plant some new items in your small garden, while your daughter is running around playing. The world couldn’t be any more beautiful…. Continue Reading →

Abattoir is a Film Noir, Crime Thriller and Horror Movie All in One

Abattoir is one of those movies that is hard to review. The plot is good, but moves a tad slow. The atmosphere and stylized film noir cinematography is mesmerizing, but won’t be something everyone will enjoy. The clothing and ’40s… Continue Reading →

Enuattii — Nature’s Law Has No Mercy Part Two

Enuattii was great to cast. With storyboards and character design from Yoni Limor, and the help of Trish and Katie at NECAT Network, we locked in our actors needed to bring the characters in the film to life.

Enuattii — Nature’s Law Has No Mercy Part One

Last year I wrote, produced and made my directorial debut with Lwa: All Saints’ Eve. This year, I’m back as writer/producer on Enuattii with Rashaad Santiago as director.

Phantasm a Series of Really, Really Unfortunate Events

If you don’t like spoilers… don’t read this blog, because I’m giving away the main spoiler. Stop reading. Right Now.

The Slashening is a Killer Genre Parody

The Slashening is another raunchy and boisterous take on a horror subgenre from Troma Entertainment. The story follows five young women during a night get-together who are in peril of being slashed by a masked assailant. The plot seems like… Continue Reading →

Introducing Goldie Fatale

Hey guys, it’s Goldie Fatale here. You know, the girl your mother warned you about. I’ll be doing a regular horror blog over here at Zombies In My Blog.

The Blair Witch Still Haunts Us Today

A little over 17 years ago, The Blair Witch Project hit theaters and went on to earn more than 330 times its sub-million-dollar budget at the box office. The movie has become a standout success in the horror genre.

Zombies + Viagra = Blood Orgy at Beaver Lake

With a title like that, how can you not read this riveting post? Welcome back to another Troma film review from #hauntlife.

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