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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 →

XX: A Horror Anthology Missing the Horror

My favorite kind of horror films are anthology movies. I love horror shorts. In an anthology, if you don’t like one idea, something totally different will be up in a few minutes. That’s why, when I heard about XX, I… Continue Reading →

12 Anti-Christmas Movies of Christmas

Every December, television is awash with saccharine and joyous Christmas-themed entertainment, which is sometimes perfectly fine. But sometimes you just want to revel in darkness and despair, even during the most wonderful time of the year. With that in mind,… Continue Reading →

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 →

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.

This Thingy or That Thingy?

You wouldn’t think that a movie titled The Thingy: Confessions of a Teenage Placenta would be tame enough to be boring. Well, you would be wrong.

Hectic Days. Hectic Nights. Hectic Knife.

Welcome back to another installment of #hauntlife, the weekly column┬áthat focuses on many different aspects of the dark entertainment world. As you probably can tell from the many different topics I cover here, it is a large, strange world. Let… Continue Reading →

FearFest Finale: Pumpkinhead

So, here we are, on Halloween, watching a Fear Fest horror film. An entire movie, inspired by a poem? Well, OK. First some kids tease a young ‘un about the urban legend, Pumpkinhead. Later, said young ‘un meets an untimely… Continue Reading →

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