Posts Tagged ‘gore’
“The Green Inferno” is both a furious, full-stop cannibal horror show and a way for director Eli Roth to ferociously gnaw at meat on the bones he has to pick.
To call “Re-Animator” campy and leave it at that seems a knee-jerk reaction to discredit, or disregard, the clear skill behind an excellent American horror movie.
A bevy of buxom, bountiful babes belittle and bounces its way through a beatific backdrop of baleful Nazis and boisterous bosoms, by golly!
I scratch and claw my way to the bottom of a seemingly bottomless barrel, and every now and again I'm rewarded with an insta-schlock gem like "Blood Diner"
"American Mary" is a Canadian horror drama told uniquely from the perspective of a strong female lead. It's bold, meticulous and undoubtedly Schlocky.
"Dracula 3D" attempts to fall under the "so bad it's good" category but ultimately winds up falling under "so bad it's unwatchable."
The foul-mouthed fowl, Turkie, returns for some more bloody action in "ThanksKilling 3."
If the serial killer were anybody but Elijah Wood, I may have been able to take "Maniac" more seriously. But, alas, Frodo has a pretty low intimidation factor.
Zombie classics from two generations square off in the return of Cinema SmackDown!
A sullied, hollow shell of a remake with little to offer aside from slash-and-gash special effects.
A blood-soaked romp through the zombie-riddled streets of Havana, "Juan of the Dead" is a uniquely Cuban film that stands to be an instant Schlock Vault classic.
Clever and comical, but cold and clinical, "Cabin" is a pleasant, if passionless, puzzle — a fan dance for fanboys that delivers the goods while tweaking them.