Posts Tagged ‘gruesome’

Comments Off on 5 Crazy Ass Horror Film Deaths #3

Why do we watch horror flicks….for the killing, the blood, the guts, the gore and to a lesser extent the scares. The third segment of Crazy Ass Horror Film Deaths (lol) includes a non horror flick (how dare I) but I think it fits in nicely. Anyway check it out, love it, hate it, whateva. […]

Comments Off on The Bighead, The Movie – Oh no they didin’t!

I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read this “this project has been funded” on kickstarter, referring to Edward Lee’s seminal splatterfest, The Bighead. What sicko’s would actually want to see that perverse, degrading, gross, atrocious, blood spattered book ever made into a film…….well me for one. I read the book, threw up, read it […]

Comments Off on The ABC’s of Death (Released Today)

Twenty-six directors. Twenty-six ways to die. The ABC’s OF DEATH is perhaps the most ambitious anthology film ever conceived with productions spanning fifteen countries and featuring segments directed by over two dozen of the world’s leading talents in contemporary genre film. Inspired by children’s educational books, the motion picture is comprised of twenty-six individual chapters; […]

The second installment of Crazy Ass Horror Film Deaths or CAHFD, lol.  It’s fun scouring Youtube and the interweb for unique or memorable clips of deaths in film; often watching a clip and remembering a long forgotten film or becoming interested in new ones.  Why do we watch horror flicks….for the killing, the blood, the […]

“Officer Dale Chesnutt has a big bloody problem – slaughtered civilians are turning up in the sleepy town of Cypress and now it’s on him to figure it out. But while he is discovering more carnage, and his violent passions for a sexy mysterious woman, a vicious creature strikes again, this time at Dale’s own […]

Comments Off on Wurd: Feeding Time (Short Story)

Splitting my time between watching full length horror films, reading horror novels and……sigh….work, I sometimes get the urge for a quick “hit” of gruesome goodness; something that I can read in the time it takes me to drink a cup of coffee and have a smoke. I decided to put down Richard Laymon‘s, The Midnight […]