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The Children (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

Let’s just be honest: Children are scary.  Especially when they’re evil killer children with black fingernails who can scald you to death with a hug.  “Oh, Lisa,” you’re saying, “there aren’t any children like that!” Oh really? Obviously, you’ve never seen a low-budget little horror film from 1980 called The Children. The small town of […]

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Bunnyman (Reviewed By Lisa Marie Bowman)

It seems like almost every holiday has inspired at least one horror film.  There’s been a host of films about killer Santas, there’s the Halloween films, and who could possibly forget Valentine?  Even Thanksgiving inspired Eli Roth to make a fake trailer for Grindhouse. But what about Easter? Me and my BFF Evelyn were discussing […]

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The Devil’s Mercy

This movie from 2008 was nominated for a Young Artist Award [Category: Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Young Actor] for Dylan Everett’s role as a 6 year old boy living in a new apartment with his parents. This movie is a Horror Movie B film, but was executed very well. Admittedly one […]

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Tucker and Dale VS. Evil

This film from 2010 mixes horror and comedy in a delightful way reminiscent of Sean of The Dead. This film takes common teen actors and teen slasher film actors like Jesse Moss [Dear Mr. Gacy, The Uninvited, Final Destination 3] and Katrina Bowden [30 Rock (TV), Piranha 3DD, The Shortcut] and pairs them with Tyler […]

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Two Thousand Maniacs (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

If there’s anything that I love almost as much as a good horror movie, it’s a good musical.  One of my favorite musicals is Brigadoon.  Brigadoon is about a ghostly Scottish village that only appears for one day every hundred years.  It was made into a film starring Cyd Charisse who is one of my favorite dancers of all time […]

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Rats: Night of Terror (Reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

  Can one scene make an otherwise thoroughly useless movie worth seeing? That was the question I was forced to ponder as I wrote this review of 1984‘s Rats: Night of Terror. Rats: Night of Terror opens in the 23rd century.  As the result of a nuclear war, Earth has been transformed into a barbaric wasteland.  While […]

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Blue Sunshine (Reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

Occasionally, on twitter, I’ll take part in the Drive-In Mob live tweet session.  Every Thursday night, a group of exploitation, grindhouse, and horror film fans get together and watch the same film and, via twitter, provides their own running commentary track.  It’s always terrific fun and a good opportunity to discover some films that you might […]

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A Blade in the Dark (Reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

If you’re lucky, you remember your first time.  I know I do.  I was 17 years old and I was trying very hard to convince myself that I was an adult.  It had been less than a year since I was first diagnosed as being bipolar and I was still struggling to understand what that […]