Schlock du Jour: Bonehill Road (2017)

directed by Todd Sheets runtime: 106 mins Bonehill Road. Sexy relative of “Makeout Point”, or fucked up place crawling with werewolves? I’ll give you a clue. “[BONEHILL ROAD is] The best werewolf flick since Howling III: The Marsupials!” -Eber Rogert Crowdfunded by monster aficionados and Todd Sheets enthusiasts, BONEHILL ROAD takes what we love about … More Schlock du Jour: Bonehill Road (2017)

In Theaters: The Possession Of Hannah Grace

The Possession Of Hannah Grace (2018) Directed By: Diederik Van Rooijen Written By: Brian Sieve It’s late November, which means that Awards Season is underway. There are films in the theaters now with plenty of Oscar buzz. Respected movies like Green Book, Creed II, Boy Erased and The Front Runner. I decided to forego all … More In Theaters: The Possession Of Hannah Grace

The Merits of Sin: D.N.A. Bloodrush (1997) (Australia)

SOVember is coming to a close but I have one last festering surprise, slowly clawing its way out of a well earned garbage filled obscurity. Ladies and gentlemen, I present and I apologize for letting it loose in your world. Oooph! SOV from Down Under is filled to the brim with unlikable characters, braindead choices, … More The Merits of Sin: D.N.A. Bloodrush (1997) (Australia)

Review of ‘We Sold Our Souls’ by Grady Hendrix (2018)

This book kicks a substantial amount of ass. It is funny, it is gory, it is intensely creepy, and hella inspiring. I should have figured out how to do umlauts before I started writing this, but anyway, We Sold Our Souls opens with the forming of the band Durt Wurk; a ragtag, bar-venue metal band … More Review of ‘We Sold Our Souls’ by Grady Hendrix (2018)

Forgotten Nightmares: Teenage Monster (1958) (USA)

Life is pretty tough when you’re a teenage monster. Ya got a mama who loves ya but worries about the extracurricular activities you get into. You got mama’s new love interest (dad did die seven years ago after all) ,who happens to be the town sheriff, snooping around thanks to your extracurricular activities. Worst of … More Forgotten Nightmares: Teenage Monster (1958) (USA)