Monthly Archives: December 2009

New Year’s Evil Redux!

Simply because I haven’t watched another New Year’s Eve themed slasher (at least one I can remember seeing…), here’s some linkage to the awesome New Year’s Evil review I wrote a few years ago. Enjoy! Have a safe and awesome … Continue reading

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Jack M Sell’s Black Christmas: The Forgotten Santa Slasher

Jack M. Sell’s Black Christmas is a spoof of holiday slashers that was never finished. The scenes that were filmed make up a trailer that appears during Sell’s Outtakes, his attempt at a Groove Tube type comedy. This Black Christmas … Continue reading

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To All a Goodnight (1980)

David Hess was no stranger to the world of celluloid horror when he stepped behind the camera for his directorial debut (and swan song as of this printing). As an actor he made us cringe as Krug, the scariest of … Continue reading

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Proto-Slashers #11 – Alice, Sweet Alice (1976)

Looking at the flicks that paved the way for Halloween and the heyday of slasher movies. ALICE, SWEET ALICE (1976) Proto-Slashers frequently contain more plot and depth of character than later straight up classic slashers. A case in point is … Continue reading

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The Undertaker (1988): Joe Spinell’s Lost Slasher

Joe Spinell, the man who drove feminists and movie critics insane with his performance in Maniac, was working on three slasher films (Lone Star Maniac, Maniac 2: Mr. Robbie, and The Undertaker) shortly before his death in 1989. Maniac 2: … Continue reading

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DVD Reminder: Silent Night, Deadly Night (Triple Feature)

The first day of December brings the gift that keeps on giving. After a several year wait when we were beginning to wonder if we’d get at least part 3 of SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT on DVD simply to complete … Continue reading

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