|HORROR MOVIE REVIEWS
BLOOD TRAILS (R) Abnormal Pictures (2006)
Starring: Rebecca Palmer, Ben Price, Tom Frederic, J.J. Straub, Kurt Rauscher & more.
Anne is a bike messenger who one day meets a fellow bike enthusiast named Chris. She starts to build a some
what relationship with him. They then have a one night stand with him. A little time goes by and her and her
boyfriend Michael plan a weekend getaway to a cabin in the woods. They arrive at the cabin and start to
unwind and have a good time. The next day they set out to ride the bike trails. Once out they run into someone
unexpected on the trails. It is Chris, the guy she had a one night stand with and he has become obsessed with
her. He hunts them down on the trails and tries to kill them. He does succeed in killing her boyfriend and she
decides to fight back. This was a decent indie Slasher / Survival Horror flick.
CHILD'S PLAY 3 (R) Universal Pictures (1991)
Starring: Andrew Robinson, Peter Haskell, Brad Dourif, Perry Reeves, Justin Whalin & more.
Chucky is back in CHILD'S PLAY 3. When Play Pals decide to put the Good Guys Dolls back on the market
it resurrects the spirit of Chucky again. Brad Dourif once again voices Chucky again and he rises up to seek
revenge on Andy. He is the boy who killed him eight years ago. Andy is all grown up and is attending a
Military school. Chucky tries to get close enough to kill Andy but it seems to be harder than he thought. He
finds an easier way by finding friendship in a young trusting cadet. Once he is in, he starts killing off as many
people as he can to get to Andy. This was my least favorite of all the CHILD'S PLAY & CHUCKY films. It
was a little bit annoying at times and a bit too comical when it was supposed to be scary or gory. There were a
few cool death scenes though. If you're a fan of the series than you'll dig it!
DAUGHTERS OF DARKNESS (R) Shawking Films (1971)
Starring: Delphine Seyrig, John Karlen, Danielle Ouimet, Andrea Rau, Paul Esser & more.
Ageless Vampire Elizabeth Bathory is on the search for some fresh young virgin blood. She enlists the aid of
her lesbian consort to lure some unsuspecting victims to her lair. She then lures a young newlywed couple to
the upper crust seaside European hotel. She lets them stay there as gift and pampers them. She does what ever
she can to make sure they don't engage in sex so she can take the young virgin brides blood. Elizabeth feels that
the virgin blood is what keeps her young. This was a very cool film done in the style of the HAMMER FILMS
of the seventies. It had an old Gothic feel to the films and was more of a suspense type Horror flick. I liked the
different take it had on the Elizabeth Bathory story.
DEATHDREAM (PG) Impact Films (1974)
Starring: John Marley, Lynn Carlin, Richard Backus, Henderson Forsythe, Anya Ormsby & more.
A married couple receives news from the government that their son who is in the military has been killed. The
family is stricken with grief for their lose, but then soon get some relief. Their son arrives at their doorstep one
day and explains it was a case of mistaken identity. They are so happy he is alive, but they do notice he seems
a bit different. He is having anger issues and spats where his temper is out of control. They start to fear for
their lives and become very afraid of their own son. This was a weird film that plays off like a Horror film, but
is more like a suspense thriller movie. Plus the film was rated PG so how scary could it be right. The film
reminded me a lot like the way Alfred Hitchcock films are done, especially PSYCHO. If you like classic type
Horror movies then you'll enjoy this film.
GRAVE DEFILER (NR) Macabre Masterminds Pictures (2011)
Starring: Bob Macabre & John Doe.
GRAVE DEFILER is a cool silent film done by the very talented Bob Macabre. He has done so many killer
bands like CHAINSAW DISSECTION, CRUCIFIX NAILER, GOAT BLEEDER, SATANIC
IMPALEMENT & many, many more. Now he has stepped into the world of film making too. GRAVE
DEFILER is about a creepy ghoul who robs graves and digs up bodies and consumes them. It follows him
digging up a corpse and then munching down on it. He has a morbid feast behind a barn and then an
unsuspecting passerby who is curious of what is going on stumbles upon him. The ghoul then proceeds to kill
him and dispose of the body, by setting fire to the body. This was a very cool film done all in black and white
and has all the scratches & jumps like and old silent film. Another great project from Bob Macabre!
INSIDIOUS (PG-13) Film District (2010)
Starring: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Ty Simpkins, Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell & more.
A family has been struggling with the fact that their house is haunted by evil spirits. After trying everything
they can and still the spirits seem to be haunting them. The family packs up everything and moves far away to
another state. Once they are there things seem like everything has change. There has been no instances of
anything happening. Years go by and then strange things start to occur. The spirits start to haunt them again.
When they bring in someone to investigate they soon find out that it wasn't the house the evil spirits were
connected to but the young boy of the young boy in the family. This was a pretty creepy film and at times
was really disturbing on spooky. One of the best possession movies to come out in a long time.
NOCTURNAL BUTCHER (NR) Macabre Masterminds Pictures (2011)
Starring Bob Macabre & John Doe.
NOCTURNAL BUTCHER is another killer Horror flick put out by Bob Macabre of CHAINSAW
DISSECTION, CRUCIFIX NAILER, GOAT BLEEDER and many, many more. In NOCTURNAL
BUTCHER a serial killer is on the lose and headed for their town. A friend calls another friend to let him know
he is on his way over to his house and bringing pizza. The man is sitting around watching TV and waiting for
his friend to arrive. The stranger in a hood happens upon his house and breaks in. He enters the room where the
guy is watching TV and proceeds to strangle him and kill him. The friend finally arrives at the house and can't
find his friend. He then go outside and see a bunch of body parts hanging from the tree outside. Then he comes
face to face with the killer. This was another cool low budget Horror film put out by Bob Macabre!
PSYCHO COP RETURNS (R) Film Nouveau (1993)
Starring: Robert R. Shafer, Barbara Niven, Rod Sweitzer, Miles Dougal, Julie Strain & more.
PSYCHO COP is back in this sequel to the first film. A group of office workers in a high rise building decide
they want to let off some stress by having an after hours office party. Two of the workers are having office sex,
not even knowing the party is going on. The other male workers decide to invite some strippers up for the
party. The security at the front desk knows about everything, but gets a little suspicious when a cop shows
up. It turns out to be PSYCHO COP. He makes his way up to the offices where the party is and a long the
way kills anyone that he encounters. This was a decent sequel with some cool death scenes and some are really
gory, while others were more comical. If your a fan of this series then you'll dig the film, but even if your not,
you can still watch this and not be lost!
THE LOST TRIBE (R) Avatar Entertainment Group (2010)
Starring: Emily Foxler, Nick Mennell, Marc Bacher, Brianna Brown, Hadley Fraser & more.
A group of five friends are out on a pleasure cruise on a yacht. They run up on some rocks and the boat runs a
shore on a mysterious island. There on the island the rest of the people who survived the crash, now must try
to survive on the island. They search the island for any signs of life. They do come across some signs of
civilization. The creatures they come in contact with are cannibals who will do what they can to kill these
people. The creatures almost look like the creatures from PREDATOR. This was a very cool film, that plays of
as a Sci-Fi film in the vein of PREDATOR as well. Many Horror fans will dig this film, even though it's not a
Horror fan. The creatures were very detailed and cool, with a tribal look.
ULLI LOMMEL'S BLACK DAHLIA (R) The Shadow Factory (2006)
Starring: Elissa Dowling, Sutton Christopher, Christian Behm, Jack Quinn, Jed Rowen & more.
This film is a different take on the Black Dahlia Murders. In this film a bunch of actresses are portraying the
brutal murders that happened to actress Elizabeth Short in 1947. These ladies fall victim to three murderers.
Two detectives come on the scene to try to figure out the murders and who is behind them. There are more
women who may fall victim, unless the detectives can find the people responsible. This was an OK film, that is
done kind of in the vein of the movie COPYCAT, where someone keeps committing murders in the vein of a
previous famous murder. It was an OK film, but not one of the best out there based on a serial killer.