The Green Inferno (2015)

I can’t think of another horror director who has divided the genre like Eli Roth. Diehard horror fans either love him or hate him and I could never figure out why. Say what you will about Roth, but he is one of the few directors who genuinely loves the horror genre. He hasn’t used the genre as … Continue reading

Freakiest Horror Films of 2015

written by David Buck So far, 2015 has been a strong year for fans of scary movies. In addition to the general deluge of sequels and reboots (of which many are fun in their own awful ways), there’s been a serious influx of original content from exciting new directors doing great things within the genre. There’s … Continue reading

Mondo & Alamo Drafthouse Join Together to Give You the Most Demented Valentine’s Day Ever!!

This posting will, unfortunately, be focused more at my readers who live in Austin and the surrounding area, but it’s also to make everyone else wish they lived in Austin!! The Alamo Drafthouse theater on South Lamar will be hosting a very special “Dinner and a Movie” on Saturday, February 14, 2015. Alamo Drafthouse will be hosting … Continue reading

Anything Horror Scott & Deggsy’s Favorite Found Footage Films

Reflecting on my Best Horror Films of 2014 list I realized I had three found footage films make the cut. In the past I’ve been known to bash the occasional found footage flick as being gimmicky and extremely amateurish. So what made those particular three films stand out? Well for one, they weren’t gimmicky at … Continue reading

Texas Frightmare Weekend 2012: Q & A with The Italian Masters, Deodato, Bava, & Stivaletti

If nothing else occurred at this year’s Texas Frightmare Weekend except this Q & A, I would’ve been extremely satisfied and fulfilled. I’m talking about the Q & A with three of the Masters of Italian Horror Movies: Ruggero Deodato, Lamberto Bava, and Sergio Stivaletti. The only thing that could’ve made this panel better is … Continue reading