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[audio http://traffic.libsyn.com/letsgetdangerous/lgdp3.mp3] I’m back with another installment in the Let’s Get Dangerous pod-canon, and do we have a doozy for you this week! In Stream of Consciousness, I’m joined by the Deadly Doll herself. Emily from Gleekast, The Feminine Critique and … Continue reading
As I said in the previous post; different or well made is the only way to go for low budget horror. Murder Party was shot for almost no money at all and hits both of these points with a big mallet.
Steve Buscemi plays a nebbish mama’s boy who spends his inheritance having his mother brought back from the grave, only for her to turn into a flesh hungry member of the living dead.
I’ve been a big fan of Joe Cornish ever since Channel 4’s Takeover TV featured segments of The Adam and Joe Show back in the 90s. My favourite parts were always the sections were they would recreate popular movies using … Continue reading
Two bumbling rednecks find themselves embroiled in a slasher type plot in which theyare the killers. Except not. An original premise, and one I can’t believe hasn’t been explored before. This film is a joy from start to finish replete with … Continue reading
Low budget filmmaking is difficult to do right. It’s easy to make a trashy slasher or a zombo-gore bonanza on a shoe-string, but to make a special effects spectacular with pathos and scope. That’s a beast of a whole different colour. Monsters … Continue reading
Darren Lynn Bousman, he of many Saw sequels, brings us this remake of the Troma favourite, and it’s pretty good, y’know. It’s a home invasion tale with a twisted matriarch at it’s core and some wince-inducingl violence for window dressing. … Continue reading
Samurai Cop is the special kind of terrible flick that just doesn’t quit. It goes on and on just being terrible with a streak of entertainment through the middle that is impossible to deny. It’s stars a bunch of no-name … Continue reading
I love Ti West’s movies. The Roost was awesome, House of the Devil was a masterpiece, heck, I even loved Cabin Fever 2. So imagine my excitement for The Innkeepers, a ghost flick from the best new horror director on … Continue reading