Retro Review

Retro Review: Microwave Massacre (1983)

April 15, 2018 Chuck Ransford

Every now and then while perusing various online streaming services, you come across a movie with a title and plot description so ridiculous that you can’t keep scrolling. That happened with me and 1983’s Microwave Massacre. […]

Retro Review

Retro Review: Redneck Zombies (1989)

March 23, 2018 Chuck Ransford

From a young age I have been a huge fan of the independent film company Troma. In fact, I credit fellow Horror Syndicate writer, the horror Jew himself, Bryan Enright, as being the one who […]

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Review: The Orphan Killer (2011)

January 29, 2018 Chuck Ransford

Before I had actually gotten a chance to view The Orphan Killer, I had heard a lot about the film. It seemed to have quite the reputation. I had heard mostly positive reviews on various message […]

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Trailer: Summer of 84 (2018)

January 12, 2018 Bryan Enright

From the team who brought you the independent science fiction, synthwave inspired movie Turbo Kid comes their new 80’s inspired slasher flick Summer Of 84. Francois Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann- Karl Whissell are no […]

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Book Review: Paperbacks From Hell!

January 5, 2018 Chuck Ransford

Giant man-eating rats! Killer kids! Satanic possession! Masked Serial Killers! Evil Nazi gnomes! What do all these have in common, you ask? They are some of the plot points in a few of the insane […]

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Classic Nicolas Cage is Back in Mom and Dad trailer

December 27, 2017 Bryan Enright

Director Brian Taylor (Crank &Crank 2:High Voltage) brings us a new horror movie Starring Nicolas Cage, Selma Blair and Lance Henrikson (Aliens, Terminator) and it looks absolutely bat-shit insane! Check out the movie which Nicolas […]

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Review: Union Furnace (2015)

September 14, 2017 Baron Craze

Union Furnace indie film from newcomer director and writer Nicholas Bushman with co-writer Mike Dwyer, uses an intriguing golden lion masked individual as its cover, making one recall thoughts of Eyes Wide Shut (1999), therefore […]

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