Watch this week’s episode for a review of Murder University by Cinema Suicide favorite, Richard Griffin. This slasher movie throwback plays for yuks and demonstrates that Griffin is just as relevant a director as other independent horror darlings like Adam Wingard, Ti West and Ben Wheatley.
Also, there’s a brief salute to Doctor Who on fifty years of great storytelling and a look at the first book in Neil Gaiman’s return to Sandman, Sandman Overture.
This week’s movie review takes a week off from the usual indie horror stuff that I usually do to take a look at the exploitation/grindhouse revival picture from director Henry Saine, Bounty Killer. How do I feel about these new school riffs on old school exploitation movies? Not very good, unfortunately. Watch the video to see why you should probably take a pass on Bounty Killer.
After many delays and serious technical difficulties, I return! Here’s a look at the weirdo horror picture, Escape From Tomorrow, shot on location at the Magic Kingdoms in Disneyland and Walt Disney World by director Randy Moore. But before we get into it, check my thoughts on the trailers for Captain America: The Winter Soldier and X-Men: Days of Future Past as well as season 3 of American Horror Story and the new NBC series, Dracula.
Check out this week’s episode of Cinema Suicide for a review of the 2013 horror anthology sequel, VHS 2 with shorts from Adam Wingard, Eduardo Sanchez, Gareth Evans, Timo Tjahjanto and Jason Eisener. But before we dive into the review, the Hotness is all about the Welcome To Night Vale podcast.
This week’s episode takes a look at Attack on Titan, an anime series that has even the most casual anime viewers going bananas. Is it all that? Watch and find out. I also wax editorial on the Dexter series finale and Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD series premier.
I’m back this week after taking last week off due to being stupid busy IRL. For reparations I bring you a look at Rob Zombie’s latest picture, The Lords of Salem, a movie unlike anything he’s ever done before. It’s a decadent horror movie that tosses aside his usual splatter movie conventions and goes for something new and refreshing… but is it any good? Watch the video to find out.
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This week I take a request from one of my Patreon supporters and finally check out Fede Alvarez’s 2013 remake of the iconic Sam Raimi horror movie, Evil Dead. Opinions run hot and cold on this one. Where did I wind up on that spectrum? Watch and find out.
This week’s review takes a look at the black and white 50′s b-movie revival picture, The Ghastly Love of Johnny X, a musical about a gang of juvenile delinquents banished to Earth from their home planet. Not they’re raising hell on Earth, raising the dead and doing a lot of singing and dancing. The Ghastly Love of Johnny X stars Will Keenan (Tromeo and Juliet), Reggie Bannister (Phantasm), Kevin McCarthy (Invasion of the Bodysnatchers, UHF), Paul Williams (The Phantom of the Paradise) and Creed Bratton (The Office).
This week’s review takes a look at the latest horror comedy, Hell Baby, from Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant of Reno 911 fame. The movie stars Rob Corddry and Leslie Bibb as an expecting couple that buys a haunted house in New Orleans and struggles to deal with the birth of their twin babies, an extremely horny and demented old woman as well as demonic possession. Before I get to the review, though, I tell you all about my latest podcast obsession, How Did This Get Made from comedian, Paul Scheer and friends.
This week we go back to the year 1982 when the United States and the Soviet Union were at each other’s throats and on the brink of nuclear destruction for James Glickenhaus’ ultraviolent James Bond ripoff, The Soldier, a movie with a plot so complicated that it’ll melt your brain.
Cinema Suicide began as most movie blogs do. One man, his many opinions and an ability to write that is questionable at best. Since then, movie reviews made room for the latest news in horror, exploitation and cult movies. What you can expect to find is everything you could possibly want to know from DVD releases and reviews to trivia about movies you may or may not be familiar with. At the bottom line, Cinema Suicide aims to reach beyond the shallow interactions of your typical blog and create a community that can come together around a concept that we all have in common: A love of really crappy movies.