When I saw Christopher Witherspoon’s “RAGE” sitting in my mailbox I was so excited to watch it, but me being a horror fan practically since birth I know that if it’s an “indie” flick it will probably be bad (just look at the majority of Troma’s flix…and I love Troma!).
RAGE starts off in an idyllic Seattle suburb. Protagonist Dennis Twist (played by Rick Crawford) is leaving to go into the city when his wife Crystal (played by Audrey Walker) comes running out to say goodbye to him in one of the most awkward exchanges I have ever seen. After an even weirder interaction with the neighbor, Dennis heads into the city to have lunch with a friend and call it quits with his mistress. The scene between said mistress “Danna” played by Anna Lodej seemed ill prepared, like she couldn’t remember her lines, Crawford did an amazing job trying to save the scene. The movie really get moving after what seems like an innocent encounter with a biker in a parking lot. Let me just say this Christopher Witherspoon stole the show as the silent menacing faceless Biker. Continue reading →
“Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet” is an independant horror film written and directed by Frank Sabatella and stars two of my favorite genre actors, Danielle Harris and Bill Moseley. Here’s a quick little synopsis: a group of “teens” celebrating the anniversary of the death of local axe murderer, Mary Hatchet, suddenly finds themselves face to face with this very real urban legend. Continue reading →
Whenever a new list of top 10 movies pops up, it usually makes its way to my desk. For the most part the lists are kind of spot on at least when it comes to genres such as action, comedy and romance, horror on the other hand is a completely different beast. Now I want to make this clear that my list consists of movies that have a supernatural element to it(or are just gory) I can watch over an over again and not be bored. I don’t have stuff on the list solely because it’s a classic but more because they are fun to watch and to me the most important thing about movies is that you enjoy what you see. And now on with the list: Continue reading →