Movie Night: The Slumber Party Massacre (1982)

The awesomest bit of trivia I’ve ever read about The Slumber Party Massacre, is that it was originally intended to be a parody of slasher horror films. But one viewing of this cheesy, bad-as-they-get cult classic shows that someone obviously didn’t get the memo and produced the script as a straight up horror film. Of course that doesn’t stop Slumber … Keep Reading…

Movie Night: Dee Snider’s Strangeland (1998)

I fucking love Dee Snider, always have. I’ve been a fan of Twisted Sister’s outrageous lead singer ever since I was a wide eyed little horror chicklet and not much has changed over the years. Of course as time passed I became aware of what a multi-talented, intelligent and well spoken man was hidden beneath the mountain of unruly blonde … Keep Reading…

Movie Night: Class of Nuke ‘Em High (1986)

The students of Tromaville High have been acting a little strange lately. Could it be adolescent hormones that are turning the teens in to fighting, screwing, occasionally lactating monsters, or is it the oozing green toxic waste that is leaking from the shady nuclear power plant next door? With a title like Nuke ‘Em High, I’m guessing you already know it’s … Keep Reading…

Movie Night: Re-Animator (1985)

If you have yet to experience the epic, unparalleled awesome that is Re-Animator…I don’t even know how to end that sentence. Based on a story by H.P. Lovecraft about Herbert West, a medical student at fictional Miskatonic University, who discovers the secret to re-animating dead tissue, Re-Animator is an indisputable classic (yes it IS) and one should have no right (whatsoever) … Keep Reading…

Movie Night: The Evil Dead (1981)

Ahhh The Evil Dead…Sam Raimi’s definitive cult classic and without a doubt one of the greatest and most entertaining horror movies to ever be put on film. Besides being required viewing for all horror fans, The Evil Dead is pure cultural literacy and as such is practically a part of our collective consciousness. And yet, despite the fact that it is one … Keep Reading…

Movie Night: Don’t Look in the Basement (1973)

Tonight I got the urge to re-watch one of my fave cult horror flicks, and I figured, why not share it with all of you. Don’t Look in the Basement is a largely forgotten yet morbidly mesmerizing little indie horror about a small, experimental asylum and its assortment of patients, which are (for the most part) incurable in their insanity. Despite featuring … Keep Reading…

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