In addition to the usual reviews and comments you would find on a horror movie blog, this is also a document of the wonderfully vast horror movie section of the video store I worked at in my youth.

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Stanley Visits the Severin Cellar.

Here's a fantastic video I just want to make sure you've all seen. Batshit director Richard Stanley visited the Severin cellar and picked out some of his favourite films.

I love this guy, man. Having shared the same air with him on a few occasions at festivals over the years, I really can say that he is one of a kind. It's such a coincidence that I just saw Viy at a Cinemacabre screening earlier this month. You should check out his choices if you haven't seen them because they truly are a wonderful cross section of world cinema.

Monday, January 20, 2020

Chappell In The House.

I'm just ducking in to post this new video for Kings of Our Kin's song Right or Wtong, starring an old cohort of mine, Ali Chappell. Enjoy!

Friday, January 17, 2020

Hex Shorts 2020

We announced our short film line-up for this year's Hexploitation Film Fest yesterday. It's a pretty bangin' one if I do say so myself. Check it.

HXFF runs Feb 20-22 at Hamilton's Staircase Theatre. For more info, go here.

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Short of the Week #81: Withorwithout

This music video for the band Parcels is a bit old, but I dig the High Tension/You're Next vibe. Plus it's got Milla and terrific direction from Benjamin Howdeshell. Enjoy!

Monday, January 6, 2020

HXFF 2020

The eleventh edition of the Hexploitation Film Festival announced its feature line-up today. We got all sorts of goodies this year, including five Canadian premieres, as well as rockin' after party featuring Blood Opera.

HXFF runs February 20-22 at Hamilton's Staircase Theatre. For all the info, click here.

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Rent Some Horror Today.

Here's a spooky little ditty courtesy of the YT channel Animated Horror Flicks

I have to admire this employee's commitment, I'd have peaced out the second I saw that dude. I was always more of a minimum wage, minimum effort kind of guy.