Friday, August 28, 2015

Almost Mercy (2015)

Running Time: 85 minutes
Release Date: May 26, 2015
Review by: Stacey


Bullying in schools has been going on forever, but now it's a major issue and taken more seriously (thankfully), especially after the rise in school shootings.  Everyone knows that school can be rough, but when you add in a shitty childhood life at home- it's like a powder keg waiting to blow.  2015's Almost Mercy took a darkly humorous look at two friends growing up together who've been shit on their whole lives.

Friday, August 14, 2015

Horror Huddle with Stacey-Beth & Ash: Found Footage Pt. 2

Ash and Stacey-Beth are back with part 2 of our discussion over found footage films.  This time we warn you about talking to strangers on the internet with "The Den" and "Megan Is Missing", cult craziness in "The Sacrament", and scary old people and Craigslist weirdos in "The Taking of Deborah Logan" and "Creep".

 Enjoy and leave some feedback!

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Frankenstein's Army (2013)

Running Time: 84 minutes
Release Date: July 26, 2013
Review by: Stacey


Why the hell didn't anyone tell me to watch this movie years ago?  How did I manage to barely watch it this past weekend?  Help me out, guys! I think I kept getting Frankenstein's Army and I, Frankenstein mixed up because I've heard piss-poor things about the latter and kind of just shied away from any recent movie that had the name "Frankenstein" in it.  Well, hangover me decided to cross my fingers and click play and goddamit, I am glad I did.

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Horror Huddle with Stacey-Beth & Ash: Found Footage Pt. 1

This week Ash and I talk found footage flicks. From the granddaddy, Cannibal Holocaust, to the supernatural hit, Paranormal Activity, that proved less is more, we go on a very brief journey of some of the films that found success in the sub-genre. 

Enjoy and leave some feedback! 

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Killer Mermaid (2014)

Running Time: 94 minutes
Release Date: May 1, 2014 (Serbia)
Review by: Stacey


Killer Mermaid aka Nymph aka Mamula- whatever the hell you want to call it, clearly SCREAMS SyFy Original.  The title (because Americans needs shit spoon fed to them), the tagline, the cover makes me sad.  Let me just tell y'all right now, don't let the name fool you, the film isn't exactly what you think it is.