“What they want is a god, so let’s give it to them.” – Light Turner “You’re the one who flew into the sun. I’m just here to make sure you burn.” – L Therein lies the message of this story. Identity. To those who have achieved a sense of identity I say to you, well … More Discover Your Own ‘Death Note’
Directed By: Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie Written By: Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie Released: April 7, 2017 Runtime: 90 Minutes Watch this on: Netflix The Void is a 2016 Canadian Horror movie that takes us to a hospital in an unnamed town where a group of townspeople find themselves under siege by cloaked cultists. As … More Let Me Watch that for You: The Void
Say that five times fast. The kids are heading (or have already headed) back to school, and because Netflix just released Adam Wingard’s latest, Death Note, this week is all about horror movies based in or around schools. Now, let me be clear from the start: I do not condone the murder of innocent children/students. Luckily, … More Back To School Streaming Screams
Up until a week ago, I had never even heard of it. Now that I’ve seen it, I can’t imagine talking about direct-to-video horror without mentioning Tim Ritter’s Killing Spree. Now first of all, I KNOW I’m not the only one who’s seen Killing Spree, but it FEELS that way. Like there was one copy … More Schlock & Gore: Killing Spree (1987)
We love Billy so much that we had him back two times in the same year. Billy was our first show of 2017 (listen to it here), and when someone a few months back brought up Rob Zombie’s Halloween II and their disdain for it, Billy immediately texted me and said he wanted to come on … More [Show Notes] #77 Halloween II w/ Billy Peck
It is with sadness that we report iconic film director Tobe Hooper has passed away from natural causes as the age of 74. Hooper, who directed such iconic films as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Poltergeist, and the 2 part Salem’s Lot television series, is survived by two sons. The Basement on a Hill will have … More Tobe Hooper (1943 – 2017)
You heard me! Ok, so I’ve never been verbally or physically accosted for stating such a thing, but I have gotten a few raised eyebrows here and there. I think we can all agree that Zombie’s sophomore effort, The Devil’s Rejects, is a near masterpiece. The continued story of the Firefly Family explores something within each … More I Love Rob Zombie Movies, So Sue Me!
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!
Say what you will about Rob Zombie. As a filmmaker, he’s right up there with Woody Allen and Stanley Kubrick for polarizing the cinematic masses. On this week’s episode, we talked all things RZ. I find no shame in expressing my love for Mr. Zombie and his films, and I’m here to share a few … More Rob Zombie Double Features
I recently got a dog. More specifically, I got a puppy, and named him Edgar. He’s a happy little puggle looking thing, and he’s great. But at one point in She Kills, a dog is ripped in half (the halves connected by an intestine) and used as nunchucks, and I wouldn’t mind doing that to … More Schlock & Gore: She Kills (2016)