On Demand

Review – Almost Human (2013)

Joe Begos loves horror films. No, really, he does. Watching his directorial effort Almost Human will cement that fact for you. At times it might even force feed it to you until you projectile vomit 80...

Official Release Date and Artwork for “DEAD ON APPRAISAL”

Just received the press release for this one and I have to say that I am officially intrigued. Read on! Gory, puppet-filled horror anthology moves in on DVD and VOD this Spring! Brain Damage Films wil...

Top 5 Horror Flicks of 2013

This year was kinda weird for horror movies. We not only saw plenty of Found Footage attempts but it seems like the occult and ghost flicks like The Conjuring make some box office bucks. I try and giv...

Official Release Date and Artwork for “RABID LOVE”

North America prepares to catch the virus on DVD and VOD March 4th, 2014 Midnight Releasing will be spreading Rabid Love on DVD and On Demand this coming March to all major and minor digital platforms...

Review – Remains (2011)

With the massive success of The Walking Dead it is no surprise to see another comic book adaption rear it’s roting skull. In 2004 Steve Niles created a five issue comic series called Remains. Mo...

Review – Christopher Young

I have been busting my ass to nail down a new sub-genre in the horror world. Movies like Creature seem to be trying to revitalize the old B movie horror VHS clamshell features that many of us grew up ...

Review – The Corridor

The Corridor is an interesting film as horror films go. Even as a small film it is undeniable that it is a creature of ambitious efforts. Fortunately, these efforts pay off to the tune of delivering t...

Review – Hellraiser Revelations

For those of us who worked through the era of faxes and xeroxes we remember a term called image degradation. Image degradation happens when you fax a copy of a fax or copy a copy of a copy and each co...

Review – Red State

To say that Red State is flawed is to undermine director Kevin Smith’s attempt at taking his creative talents in a bold new direction. However, if you are not a fan of Smith’s work or just...