In episode 2 of the Drive-In, Mapache covers the May selections for me, and talks about some fantastic double-features. Included are Hack-O-Lantern, and the recently reviewed Return of Swamp Thing. Check it out at The Basement On A Hill YouTube Channel! Stay Slime, and be Rad at all Times! -Rat
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The world of Imaginarium Delirium is a colorful one. The gatekeeper and creator of that world is self-taught artist, Jayce Wierzbicki. Through Imaginarium Delirium he makes paintings, sculptures, and most importantly, masks. His masks (often containing an element that lights up, or a moving jaw) are pieces of art in and of themselves. From TV-headed … More Interview: Imaginarium Delirium, Jayce Wierzbicki!
It’s almost here. I’m so excited. I’m percolating so hard I could ejaculate a fountain of pumpkin guts like a geyser that would rival Old Faithful and still have enough left to bake a pie. We are finally talking about the greatest month of the year on the blog. When it comes to essential viewing … More Rat’s #31DaysOfHorror
When I was a kid I loved Chucky, I actually asked Santa for a Good Guy doll 2 years in a row, sadly Santa never brought me my own friend to the end, but never fear, at the age of 16 I bought myself a life sized Chucky and Tiffany doll from Spencer’s, … More Stand by Your Man: The true story of a girl who wouldn’t give up on the Child’s Play franchise.
It’s no secret by now that I’m a massive Troma fan, so when Zac Amico agreed to this interview, I was delighted. This is the closest to Troma I have been, so if I’m giddy cut me some slack. Zac is a fan in his own right, which says a lot about Troma. Working for … More Interview: Actor Zac Amico!
YouTube is not something to which I give considerable thought. Many of you lizard people out there have had favorite YouTubers for years, and spend a good amount of your downtime drinking in videos from this new breed of celebrity. Is it because these people are more “real” than the standard celebrity? Is it because … More There’s More to YouTube: ReignBot
haiku and brief reflections on The Wizard of Gore, Demon of Paradise, Queen Wasp, Killer Workout, and Beyond the Darkness. The Wizard of Gore (1970) illusions or not volunteers meet awful ends sure as the sun sets I didn’t find much to talk about when it came to The Wizard of Gore. As dull and … More Schlock & Gore: haiku reviews vol. 2!
(For this post I will be using images randomly generated from InspiroBot, the inspirational quote generator) I cannot tell you how many times I have heard this phrase in regard to horror movies: “That was so stupid. It wasn’t even scary!” Wasn’t it? Perhaps not. Especially if the viewer has been around Elm Street a … More Setting the Stage
At the end of May, Arrow Video is giving us the gift we never knew we wanted: a 3-disc Limited Edition Blu-ray of the 1995 underground schlock hit Evil Ed. I had never seen this gem (nor had I ever heard of it until Arrow announced it) until Wednesday night. Typically I hate movies like this. … More The Movie Within a Movie I Really Want