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Drive In Delirium Volume 1 & 2 Blu-Ray Review

Drive In Delirium Volume 1 & 2 Blu-Ray Review

Remember back in the day when you’d slap a weathered VHS into your trusty behemoth of a VHS player, and as soon as you hit play you’d be presented with a static-esque black screen, and the customary anti-piracy warning, and then a series of bonkers trailers before the main event. If you were a genre fiend like myself, then odds are this was where you’d find out about all kinds of mad and mental fl...[Read More]

Blood Feast: An Ode to Herschell Gordon Lewis

Blood Feast: An Ode to Herschell Gordon Lewis

The Godfather of Gore – Herschell Gordon Lewis – passed away on the 26th of September 2016. As a young horror fan, I was enamoured with Lewis’ work. After watching countless slasher films that displayed limited amounts of blood and guts, I somehow stumbled upon Blood Feast and had my perspective changed about early slasher horror. Made in 1963, Blood Feast is a notable effort for...[Read More]

Green Room

Green Room

Green Room is a brutal anxiety attack of a film. It heaves and explodes its way through a breathless ninety five minute run time, leaving you exhausted and shaken at the end. Where Blue Ruin hinted at the arrival of Jeremy Saulnier as talent to keep an eye on, Green Room has him kicking down the door and screaming down the halls as someone to pay attention to. Anton Yelchin leads the cast as Pat, ...[Read More]