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indie horror

Leftover Horrors: Thanksgiving Aftermath

There are few things as wonderful and relaxing as enjoying your Thanksgiving leftovers for days on end. Sure, a great meal around the table with kith and kin is all fine and good, but getting to enjoy turkey and stuffing… Continue Reading →

Kholat Brings History and Horror Together

Welcome back to a new episode of #HauntLife. This week I am reviewing the indie survival horror game, Kholat, on PC. This game is available on Steam, Playstation 4 and Xbox One, so be sure to check it out if… Continue Reading →

Watch Your Step, This Post Has Been Slimed!

Every time I say to myself, “That was the weirdest fucking movie, ever,” I get a new screener from the good folks over at Troma and I’m introduced to something even more bizarre than before. Slimed will easily make it… Continue Reading →

Sex, Death and Videotape: Troma Now! Presents Industrial Animals

It’s all fun and games until the hooker stabs you.

Remembering Romero

The horror genre has seen so many innovators craft it into a wide-ranged spectacle of terror. Filmmakers such as Wes Craven and John Carpenter spearheaded the slasher subgenre and created other classics for horror fans. But one particular genre cannot… Continue Reading →

I’ve Been Troma-tized by Memento Mortis

Like so many ’80s and ’90s kids, my first introduction to the wonderful world of Troma pictures was the Toxic Crusaders cartoon. It was an absolutely absurd half hour of mutated eco-warriors battling the forces of evil. That initial perception… Continue Reading →

Troma Weaves a Web for Spidarlings: Arachny in the UK

Welcome back to a new fun-filled movie review here at #HauntLife. This week, I will be reviewing a newly released film from Troma Entertainment called Spidarlings: Arachny in the UK. This film is from director Salem Kapsaski and stars Sophia… Continue Reading →

Beyond the Red Door: It Comes at Night

After seeing the teaser trailer for It Comes at Night, I had a bet going with my fiance. I thought that it would be a Zombie movie. She was leaning more toward psycho/isolationist killer. We both agreed that it would… Continue Reading →

Calling All Indie Film Directors: Austin Revolution is Looking For Horror Entries

Last weekend I sat down with James Christopher to ask him a few questions about his film festival, the Austin Revolution Film Festival. I was put in contact with him through my pals over at Gothic Films, an independent film… Continue Reading →

The Problem of the Franchise

I remember seeing First Blood for the first time, as a kid. I remember thinking at the time that the movie was titled Rambo: First Blood. It wasn’t until much later in life that I realized Rambo’s name wasn’t in the title. Speaking… Continue Reading →

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