A gig is a gig- a common saying used by struggling bands, but one that may should be re-evaluated. This is what punk band The Ain’t Rights discover as they perform a show at a neo nazi venue, located in a remote part of Oregon. After the concert the group falls… Read More ‘Green Room’ Wilhelm Screamfest II
Just about everyone has had that haunted looking house in their neighborhood. “Monster House” aims to take this somewhat common setting and turn it on its head by going deep into the mythos and urban legends created within children’s’ minds. The film follows DJ as he notices something sinister about the… Read More ‘Monster House’ Wilhelm Screamfest II
It’s very common in Hollywood for a director’s earlier films to be overshadowed by newer projects. Peter Jackson, known for “The Lord of the Rings” franchise, falls under this category as his long stay in Middleearth made audiences forget one of his earliest films “Dead Alive” also known as “Braindead”. The… Read More “Dead Alive” (Braindead) Wilhelm Screamfest II
Over the last 10 years there has been a surge in zombie flicks to the point of oversaturation, making it difficult for a movie to stick out as an individual. That being said, “The Girl with All the Gifts” manages to leap through the crowded genre with flying colors. … Read More ‘The Girl with All the Gifts’ Wilhelm Screamfest II
Each Saturday a new deranged killer is highlighted in what is known as Psychopath Saturdays during Wilhelm Screamfest. Collective insanity run through the veins of these sick individuals making these films even more terrifying to watch. It’s not just the villains that are the stars, as the… Read More “Se7en” Wilhelm Screamfest
Modern hits Friday is here with 2017’s “Get Out”. TylerBobo and Terror join Ikaika as they review the instant classic.
Before the Mummy, Wolfman and Frankenstein Monster, there was one character that launched the Universal Monster series into full gear- Count Dracula. Although it wasn’t the first film to feature a vampire, “Dracula” cemented vampire culture deep into cinematic history; making it the best film to represent Thirsty Thursday’s. … Read More “Dracula” Wilhelm Screamfest II