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Movies We Love: The House of the Devil (2009)

I know the retro thing has been done a ton of times at this point, to varying degrees of success. In 2009, for me at least, it still felt novel. And all the promo material leading up to the release of Ti West’s The House of the Devil filled a void I didn’t really know… Read More ›

Music We Love: The Tunes of the ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ franchise

I wanted take a minute to state how much I appreciate the internet when it comes to the music from the movies we grew up watching. Pre-internet, say in the early 90s, there were not a ton of kids in my junior high who still cared about Nightmare on Elm Street or Freddy, and even… Read More ›

Bloody Popcorn Presents: A ‘Green Room’ inspired soundtrack.

After a long wait, we finally watched Green Room a couple of weeks ago. As much as I loved the movie, there’s not a ton left to write about it that hasn’t already been written by others more eloquent than myself. The movie is still in the front of my brain though. And it has… Read More ›

Review: Father’s Day (2011)

This is a difficult review to write. I’m a huge Troma fan—Tromatized at age twelve, after watching Dead Dudes in the House on Cinemax. So I followed Astron-6’s Father’s Day from the moment I first heard about it. I picked up the blu-ray from Troma’s table at a convention and recently got to viewing it…. Read More ›