Founder of the League of Tana Tea Drinkers (LOTT D), expiring writer of Zombos Closet of Horror Blog, and valet to Zombos, the noted B-movie horror actor (to his few remaining and decaying fans).
The four stories in Lullabies From Hell will show you how demented Hideshi Hino's manga can be.
A campy review of a campy film: cheap shots, cheesy double-entendres, and puerile, trashy prose writing. Read at your own risk.
Bollywood meets J-Horror in this surprisingly effective Hindi remake of The Eye.
William Katt moves into his aunt's strange home, and confronts a closet filled with nightmares, and his own demons.
What horror films need are more dumb victims, not smarter ones.
Stunningly creepy imagery and horrific makeup effects are overshadowed by a confusing script and weak acting.
Still a disturbing film today, Tod Browning's bizarre and daring magnum opus is an amateurish endeavor with flashes of brilliance.
Predictable, but surprisingly effective terror romp.
Anchor Bay Entertainment brings this forgotten gem to DVD, with pristene clarity and an informative documentary.
An entertaining and faithful cinematic version of the classic story.