Hey there Horrorfiends! instead of the usual episode, this time it is going to be episode 6 of the Hidden Horrors you must HEAR podcast with Sterling Anno and yours truly with pictures.
In this episode We discuss our top 13 favorite horror films of 2016 with LOTS of obscure ones and batshit crazy horror films you probably didnt hear about last year.
we also discuss the 2016 horror films that disappointed us, the 2017 horror movies we are looking forward to and finally show some much needed love and fond memories of the horror website Dreadcentral.
so hit play, listen and have fun with the first video upload of the Hidden Horrors you must hear podcast!
MERRY CHRISTMAS HORRORFIENDS!!! though new posts have been going more towards the youtube page and the facebook page (Check those out)
A new yuletide episode of “TV TERRORS” is here and this time instead of talking about another killer santa thing, instead here I talk about a Christmas Monster that terrorizes a family on Christmas eve…and no its not Krampus either…its the Tales from the Darkside episode “Seasons of Belief” featuring….THE GRITHER!
ITS HERE HORRORFIENDS! The Halloween season is upon us! and if you havent already read Matthews review of the cheesetastic lost Canadian slasher film “Massacre up North” Then check out the first episode of the Halloween oriented Hidden Horrors you must See videos “HALLOWEEN HORRORS”
In this first episode, Yours Truly presents a VHS recorded cut of Chiller Networks Halloween specials…There Dare 2 Direct Film Contests both 2007 and 2008. – James J. Coker
There’s not much to say about Paul Stoichevesk’s 2001 shot-on-video opus Massacre Up North, except for it’s the best worst movie ever made. It’s a haphazard deconstruction of the slasher genre, as if Ed Wood himself wrote and directed Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon as an objective narrative.
After young Leslie Rejick is disfigured in an accident during a family outing, he seeks vengeance against those who mistreat him for his appearance. And what starts off as a slasher-revenge film, quickly tailspins into several other genres, such as torture porn and a police procedural.
There’s no real reasoning behind most of adult Leslie’s (portrayed by Stoichevesk) selection and murders, but he utilizes the hardware store he works at as his armory, as well as an arsenal of homemade weapons from the middle ages.
There are certainly some laugh-out-loud moments that are intended for shocks and scares, but the execution is amateur at best. The acting is clumsy and the cinematography is all but present. One merit is that Stoichevesk does not skimp on the gore. Massacre Up North may not be a well-made film, but it’s sure as hell entertaining.
Hey There Horrorfiends! a Brand new Podcast is upon us!this time it is the crossover episode between the Hidden Horrors podcast and the Cutspeakuence Pocast!
in this episode Sterling Anno, Kevin Manley and James J. Coker
discuss how the future of horror movies depends on who becomes president, Sterling Anno’s list of horror movies he will watch in October, then discuss 90s movies that affected our subconsciousness and finally talk about how incredibly fun the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival in San Diego was.