HALLOWEEN 2K16: A Review of “Chopping Mall” (1986)

With a title such as Chopping Mall, I was expecting a complete and utter shit-fest. I was right. Only thing is, this movie was actually fun to watch. This is the epitome of an 80’s horror movie. The type of straight-to-VHS masterpiece with enough cringe-worthy dialogue, synthesizer music, and cheap effects to make your head spin…

Movie Review: “A Bucket of Blood” (1959)

Do not let the title fool you: this is not typical B-level schlock, but an intelligent thriller which serves  to shine a light on the Beat Generation in 1950’s America. A Bucket of Blood is a cheaply made, verbose, sometimes top-heavy film, but as is the case with much of Roger Corman’s productions, it works. Walter…

“Halloween Twenty-Fifteen”: A Review of “The Beast with a Million Eyes”

“An unspeakable horror…Destroying…Terrifying!” It it was terrifying alright; the acting, editing, screenwriting, special effects, etc. Alas, for the sake of this review I will digress. Let’s just say with a title like The Beast with a Million Eyes, it’s about as good as you would expect it to be. Rumor has it the studio gave Roger…

Greg’s Top Ten Horror Movies

This might be the most difficult list I have ever compiled. As an avid horror film enthusiast, I had to narrow down my top ten of all-time, out of the 177 horror movies I have seen to date, according to my IMDB account. For good measure, I added three honorable mentions to get us to…