Now here’s a subject I know a bit about: paperback horror novels of the so-called “horror boom” of the 1970s and 80s
An intriguing flashback to the indie comic scene of the 1990s, courtesy of the decade’s premiere splatterpunk duo John Skipp and Craig Spector
In light of the untimely August 26, 2017 death of director Tobe Hooper, here’s a look back at one of his late period films
Like director Eckhart Schmidt’s earlier film TRANCE, LOFT is steeped in 1980s new wave culture, which can be taken as a good or bad thing depending on one’s point of view
2017’s gross-out movie of note, a freeform exercise in sub-Cronenbergian excess with a satiric thrust and overall fixation on bodily secretion
This novel is ostensibly about a man attempting to find his parents in WWII-era Shanghai, but its true concerns are far more dense and kaleidoscopic
Gore is back.
It’s the week of February 13, 2009 and the hotly promoted FRIDAY THE 13th remake has opened number one at the U.S. box office.
You’ll have a difficult time finding a meaner, nastier film.
Welcome to the first installment of my “Year in Bedlam” end-of-the-year movie rankings.