Archive for the 'horror' Category


Skew & Manborg – Trailers

So after looking for trashy horror movies for me to acquire I came across these two little beauties.


When Simon, Rich, and Eva head out on an eagerly anticipated road trip, they bring along a video camera to record their journey. What starts out as a carefree adventure slowly becomes a descent into the ominous as unexplained events threaten to disrupt the balance between the three close friends. Each one of them must struggle with personal demons and paranoia as friendships are tested and gruesome realities are revealed…and recorded



He’s a half-man, half-cyborg and he is now brought back from the dead to fight Nazi vampires!


Remove the Head or Destroy the Brain


Fangoria – Blood and Guts

Man I would love to work with these guys. They work super horror movie magic. Come to think of it. I am not sure how useful I would be. I would just be standing there with my jaw on the ground and my ears trying to pickup and absorb every little bit of wisdom these guys have to offer.


Remove the Head or Destroy the Brain

First a cough, then a rattle and then a groan. Shortly after that it wants your delicious salty brain meats.


The Human Centipede – Trailer

Wow this does seem very very very far out there. However I do have to admit that this is not a concept that I have ever though about.

This trailer is not really safe for work nor is it for those with a squeamish stomach. You have been warned.


The Human Centipede (First Sequence) is a 2009 horror film starring Ashley C. Williams, Ashlynn Yennie, Akihiro Kitamura and Dieter Laser, directed by Tom Six.[1] It tells the story of a crazed doctor who surgically joins three victims together, mouth to anus, to create a “human centipede“. The film has won several awards at international horror film festivals, but has received mixed reviews from critics.[2]


Reptilicus – Immune to all modern weapons

I cannot wait to watch this piece of vintage monster cheese.

Reptilicus, a giant monster film about a fictional prehistoric reptile, is a DanishAmerican co-production, produced by American International Pictures and Saga Studios, and is upon close examination two distinctly different films helmed by two different directors.The original version, which was shot in Danish was directed by Danish director Poul Bang and released in Denmark on February 25, 1961.

The American version, which was in English with a nearly identical cast, was directed by the film’s American producer-director Sidney W. Pink; this version was initially deemed virtually unreleasable by American International Pictures and had to be extensively reworked by the film’s Danish-American screenwriter, Ib Melchior, before being finally released in America in 1962.


Monster Fridge Magnets

Top (R-L): Jade Crystal Demon, Demon, Evil Wizard & Nefarious Elf.
Bottom Row (R-L): Bat Orc, Troll, Battle Orc, Cannibal.

Head-on down to to grab yourselves a series of uber-cool sculpted refrigerator magnets from Eric Nocella Diaz of Argonaut Resins! Only four sets will be made available, with the first batch available today, and other 3 batches released sometime next week. The size looks to be pretty-much 1/6th-scale doesn’t it? *Coolness!*

Eric mentions: “Each head comes a embedded circular magnet so you can stick them right on your refrigerator or any metal surface – you can paint them up too. All sets come in medium gray to light gray resin and will go for US$40 plus shipping. (This first set is medium gray.)”