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Sunday, June 23, 2013

Happy 49th Birthday, Joss Whedon!

So today is Joss Whedon's 49th birthday! I thought I'd show a little love considering he is one of my hero's!

What's everyone's favorite Joss Whedon show, movie, and/or episode from one of his shows? We all know mine is "Buffy the vampire slayer", and my favorite episode is most definitely , "Lover's Walk." <3 Spike <3

Spike: What do you know? It's your fault, the both of you! She belongs with me. I'm nothing without her.

Buffy: That I'll have to agree with. You're pathetic, you know that? You're not even a loser anymore, you're a shell of a loser.

Spike: Yeah. You're one to talk.

Buffy: Meaning?

Spike: The last time I looked in on you two, you were fighting to the death. Now you're back making googly-eyes at each other like nothing happened. Makes me want to heave.

Buffy: I don't know what you're talking about.

Spike: Oh, yeah. You're just friends.

Angel: That's right.

Spike: You're not friends. You'll never be friends. You'll be in love till it kills you both. You'll fight, and you'll shag, and you'll hate each other till it makes you quiver, but you'll never be friends. Love isn't brains, children, it's blood...blood screaming inside you to work its will. I may be love's bitch, but at least I'm man enough to admit it.

Has anyone seen "Much ado about nothing" yet? What do you think of it?

Monday, January 7, 2013

Photography Project

I'm starting my own little photography project. I will be doing my own takes on horror movie deaths/gore moments. I've done it before but I'm really wanting to get a whole collection of brand spanking new ones. Since this is a horror related project I'll post the pictures here as well as facebook. The only type of photography I enjoy doing is my own little weird projects so I'm just going to stick to those for now. If you would like to participate send me a text or message on facebook. Feel free to add me.
Here's an example of the first one of this series.

Film: Ichi The Killer

Moment: Kakihara slicing off his own tongue

Friday, January 4, 2013

5 X-mas Movies To Feed Your Inner Holiday Demons

5 X-mas Movies To Feed Your Inner Holiday Demons! There's something genuinely creepy about Christmas based horror movies. I hate Christmas and the cold with a burning passion, but there's something about blood splattered in the snow that just revs my engine! Around X-mas we get an abundance of happy-go-lucky Santa tales, stories about love, and stories about families coming together to face the Holidays and rise above it all holding hands. Well, I don't give a fuck about any of that! I'll have some horror with my X-mas movies, thank you! That's the only reason I'll watch an X-mas movie. So here's a small collection of cheery happy Winter tales. Enjoy! 5.)Tales From The Crypt-And All Through The House(Season 1,Episode 2):

This was by far the most memorable "Tales from the crypt" for me. A lot of other scenes stuck out to me, but episode forever burnt itself into my mind. When I think about that wonderful tale telling crypt keeper I automatically play this episode back in my head. I know this technically isn't a movie, but I'm including cause I'm awesome! It's a classic! Written by Fred Dekker and directed by Robert Zemeckis this episode is full of complete insanity. Starring Mary Ellen Trainor as a beautiful lady who decides to finally off her husband and in the process gets attacked by a crazed maniac disguised as Santa. She is stuck trying to dispose of her husbands body and protect her young daughter from the creeper. Larry Drake playing the Santa killer is absolutely perfect! When I look at him I think "pedo rapist murderer"...and I watched this when I was younger so it was definitely a little unnerving. So go buy all the seasons of Tales from the crypt and pop that shit in for some family fun! 4.)Dead Of Winter/Lost Signal(Alternate title)(2007):

They changed the title to "Lost Signal" since I last saw the movie. Anyways this is a movie I REALLY appreciate! Directed by Brian McNamara the story is centered on a couple(Al Santos and Sandra McCoy) that are very much in love and out celebrating at a friends party. Problem is one of the guys at the party slips LSD in their drinks without them knowing. This is said to be based on a true story and I f'n believe it. They end up wrecking their vehicle and are stranded in the middle of nowhere in the freezing cold snow. They are not only fighting against the weather but are having hallucinations that might possibly be actual danger. I won't ruin this flick because it's way too awesome! Give it a watch! 3.)The Mothman Prophecies(2002):

This is a really fun movie to watch all by yourself in a quiet house. It's based on a mythological creature called "The Mothman". I love researching mythical creatures! There's nothing scarier than something that might exist and also sneak up on you at any given time ending in results such as this. Directed by Mark Pellington and starring Richard Gere and Laura Linney this is a flick you'll want to go straight to purchasing. 2.)Dead Snow(2009):

Written and directed by Tommy Wirkola. Nazi zombies and gore, that's all I need to say. There's not a big story behind this one. I couldn't pay attention to the first half of the movie but when the gore starts flowing it's an all out FUCKYOURFACEFEST! WOOO! And I just love nazi zombies! 1.)Black Christmas(1974):

Oh BLACK CHRISTMAS! This is hands down one of my favorite fucking movies! A sorority house gets repeatedly prank called by some major weirdo babbling nonsense and hilarious vulgarities. As the sorority sisters come up missing one by one the police attempt to trace where the calls are coming from and oh yes it gets good! Directed by Bob Clark and starring Olivia Hussey, Margot Kidder, and John Saxon.

Evil Dead Remake(2013)

Shiloh Fernandez and keeping with the tree rape, I'm down! Definitely like what I'm seeing from the trailer. With producers Bruce Campbell and Sam Raimi you have to have some type of hope for it. Check out the trailer below!

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Chillerama Release Date!

A moment that I've been waiting for has finally arrived! Chillerama will be coming home with us November 29th from Image entertainment! $29.97 on blu-ray and $27.97 on DVD. If you're not sure what movie I'm referring to, read more below!
Next up we have "Chillerama"! This isn't just a normal Joe Lynch movie, it's actually split into 4 different stories and of course directed by 4 different directors. Not to mention it's 4 men that I always keep an eye out for.
Joe Lynch(Wrong turn 2, Knights of badassdom), Adam Green(Hatchet,Frozen,Spiral), Tim Sullivan(2001 maniacs,Driftwood) and Adam Rifkin(Detroit rock city,The dark backward). The segments from the movie are their babies as follows:
Adam Rifkin-Wadzilla
Adam Green-Diary of Anne Frankenstein
Joe Lynch-Zom-B-Movie
Tim Sullivan-I was a teenage werebear
You can not tell me that those don't sound amusing just from the titles. Anyways the film is about the closing night at a drive-in theater and the owner Cecil B Kaufman(Richard Riehle) wants to play some of the greatest movies that he can dig up that have never been shown to a living soul until tonight and those are the movies of course. The movie also stars horror favorites Lin Shaye,Kane Hodder, Joel David Moore and Ray Wise.

Special Features

* Directors' video commentary
* "Wadzilla" deleted scenes and trailer
* The Making-of "The Diary of Anne Frankenstein"
* "I Was A Teenage Werebear" behind-the-scenes, deleted scenes, and trailer
* "Zom-B-Movie" deleted scenes
* Directors' interviews
* Original theatrical trailer

Check out the trailer below and get stoked:

Friday, September 23, 2011


Call me crazy if you may, but just watch this trailer!

A twisted tale about ol' Saint Nick? A bishop that kidnaps and murders kids while there's a full moon on December 5th...maybe they should have made that the release day as well. It was close enough, haha. Count me the fuck in!
Being released November 15th, 2011.
Starring: Huub Stapel, Egbert Jan Weeber, Caro Lenssen, Bert Luppes, Escha Tanihatu
Director: Dick Maas

Viso trailers

T Is For Toxin

Here's a cool little short recommended by Joe Lynch. It's worth checking out!
Here's the video:

T is for Toxin from Reluctant Productions on Vimeo.

And the info provided:
Written and Directed by Joe Begos Produced by Joe Begos and Josh Ethier Cinematography by John Savedra Edited by Josh Ethier Music by Josh Ethier and Mike Lemek Production Sound by Victor P. Bouzi Addtl Sound Design and Mixer- Lisa Fowle Assistant Director- Cory Lockman Starring- Josh Ethier, Christina Napier, Cory Lockman, Tony Toich, Mike Lemek