Reviews

Review: All Strippers Must Die! (2012)

September 16, 2019 Ray Marek III

There is a lot to be said about distribution and advertising for a movie.  Especially in the world of Indie Horror.  This is where Wild Eye steps in, they can take a movie that, well […]

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Review: Clownado (2019)

September 16, 2019 Ray Marek III

Yes, this exists.  That is what I keep thinking and have thought when I heard of this movie.  Of course we shared the trailer a couple of weeks ago and it caused a stir on […]

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Review: Killer Campout (2017)

September 15, 2019 Ray Marek III

Horrorhound Weekend has come and gone and I walked away with 8 different movies from Wild Eye Releasing.  The first one that caught my eye on the table was Killer Campout.  The cover art screamed […]

Horror News

Press Release – Forest of Lost Souls (2018)

July 19, 2018 Ray Marek III

Leading independent distributor Wild Eye Releasing has acquired Portuguese horror film The Forest of the Lost Souls, setting it as their first theatrical release. The psychological “coming of age” horror film, written and directed by directed […]

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NJ Horror Con March 2nd – 4th 2018

March 7, 2018 Bryan Enright

  Well, it’s been another great year for independent horror! Director Ryan Scott Weber gives NJ another amazing horror con this year with NJ Horror Con. Celebrities include Bob Camp ( Ren and Stimpy) Adam […]

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DOA Review: The Amazing Bulk (2012)

August 6, 2017 Baron Craze

    CASE NUMBER #0022 Sometimes in the DOA graveyard one comes across a bizarre associated genre to the horror, and that is fantasy, this trinket contains no value in either cinematic visionary conceptual design […]

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DOA Review: Shark Exorcist (2015)

May 2, 2017 Baron Craze

  Now, here at DOA, I run across a lot of muck, trapped in deep sludge, and this movie from Donald Farmer, a man than grace the screens with phenomenal films such as An Erotic […]

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DOA Review: Raiders of the Lost Shark (2015)

March 26, 2017 Baron Craze

  Another week of DOA Reviews, and the hunt for more unmarked graves continues, many of these films forgotten immediately upon release and others destine for the tag of abominations, in either case rotten to […]