We are one week away from The Big Day, ladies and gentlemen, and there is no better time to stock up on some horror gems screaming out to be added to you collection. This week we gain a personal shopper, we go to night school, and Mr. Romero’s underseen films get their time in the … More Blu-Ray Round-Up (Week of Oct. 24)
Nekromantik is a 1987 German exploitation film directed by the notorious Jörg Buttgereit. The film has gained quite the reputation, being controversial for obvious reasons. With a 5.2 stars out of ten stars on IMDb, and a disappointingly low 50% on the tomatometer, it’s clear that not everyone is nearly as crazy about this film as … More Repulsive Reviews: Nekromantik (1987)
The Gate (1987, Tibor Takacs) Someone I now consider to be one of my closest friends – Rob Bruns – first appeared on the show in 2016, bringing this lovely little movie along for our feature presentation for that episode. At the time he suggested it I’d never heard of it. After watching, although not … More Streaming Gateway Horror For Adventurous Children (Parents)
This week brought back two of my favorite people in the entire world. Adam Robert Haug (aka Haunted Gauntlet) is one of the most creative and inspiring individuals I’ve ever met. Every time I look it’s like he’s making something new and different. On Friday the 13th he unveiled his latest creation – Blessed Possession … More [Show Notes] #85 Gateway Horror: The Monster Squad
In this week’s round-up we give a little love to Bill Zebub, the tire fire that is Rawhead Rex, and a man named Hitch. Plus we have all your genre pre-orders! Add some love to your collection and support The Basement while doing it. New Releases Alfred Hitchcock: The Ultimate Collection (1942-76, Alfred Hitchcock) Universal … More Blu-ray Round-Up (Week of Oct. 17)
When I started writing for this blog, I did not expect to be interviewing my heroes. Once again my expectations have been rocked as I was able to hold congress with Joseph Ziemba. Joseph is a wealth of schlock knowledge, and has a passion for passion projects. If there is a movie out there about … More Interview: AGFA director, Joseph A. Ziemba!
With the new blu-ray release of the Street Trash from 88 Films coming out, I thought I’d revisit the gooey gem, and boy am I glad I did. Street Trash is James M. Muro’s directorial debut, and the film is written by Roy Frumkes. I think it’s safe to say Muro’s career has gone downhill … More Repulsive Reviews- Street Trash (1987)