Horror Club: Hatchet

Slashers are one of my favorite types of horror films - I love the chase, the hunt, the kill, and all the gore that comes with it. When it comes to these types of movies, I don't need (or even expect) an in-depth, riveting story line to keep me entertained; just give me some thrilling kills and a sick madman to deliver the blows and I'm happy. Hatchet - the 2006 film written and directed by Adam Green - meets those requirements exquisitely, which is why it is easily ranked among the legendary films of slasher film past (you know, the Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers classics). Speaking of Voorhees, fans of the franchise will surely be familiar with the unmasked face of the killer in Hatchet:

Killer Profile: "Pee Wee" Gaskins

Donald Henry Gaskins - better known as "Pee Wee" due to his small size - is one of America's most notorious serial killers; he was convicted of nine murders, but he claimed that he has taken the life of over one hundred people over the course of almost thirty years. He became known as the "Meanest Man in America" by doing some pretty crazy killings, even from his jail cell. Pee Wee Gaskins has certainly earned his spot as one of the more prolific men in modern day crime, so without further ado... Gaskins was born March 13th, 1933 in Florence County, South Carolina to Eulea Parrott. He was the last in a line of illegitimate children, and much of his childhood was spent without supervision. Hi

Signs of Omnicide - Era Of Omniscience

Fresh out of Brownsville, Texas comes one of the most demanding and vile albums we've gotten our hands on in a long time. Signs of Omnicide have their brand new record - Era of Omniscience - coming out February 26th via the legendary Inherited Suffering Records, and it's a no brainer why the band ended up on Inherited Suffering in the first place. Delivering powerful and straight up ruthless brutal death metal, Signs of Omnicide have managed to piece together a ten-track bonanza of relentless and punishing metal that not only sets the bar really high for the band, but for the genre as a whole. It's still the beginning of 2018, and Signs of Omnicide have already managed to capture the attenti

Horror Club: 47 Meters Down

Last summer, 47 Meters Down - the underwater survival horror film written by Johannes Roberts and Ernest Riera and directed by Roberts - hit theaters and was a tremendous box office success. The film focuses on two of the public's biggest fears: sharks and drowning. Created with a budget of $5.5 million, the film went on to bring home $61.7 million - so it definitely did a great job on attracting horror lovers back to the depths of the oceans that movies like Deep Blue Sea, The Rift, and of coarse Jaws left us. But was the incredible amount of profit the film generated worth it to the genre? 47 Meters Down follows sisters Lisa (played by Mandy Moore) and Kate (played by Claire Holt) who trav

Horror Club: Winchester

Winchester: The House that Ghosts Built - one of the first supernatural films to kick off 2018 - hit theaters this weekend, and its an exciting journey into the hidden secrets of an a millionaire heiress's secret life. The film was directed by Peter Spierig and Michael Spierig, and it was written by the Spierig Brothers along with Tom Vaughn. The story follows that of Sarah Winchester, the real life widow of gun manufacturer William Winchester of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. After the death of her husband and infant child, Sarah (portrayed by Helen Mirren) was struck with an immense amount of grief, as anyone in her position would be. But the Board of Directors at the Winchester Re

Fang - Void

Any modern day deathcore fan could tell you about how Australia has been absolutely killing it the past few years; the extreme music coming out of the country has been some of the freshest, angriest, and straight up filthy music to come to the worldwide stage in a long time. With today's release of "Void" - the new five-track EP from the Sunshine Coast's FANG - another epic piece of art has been added to the legendary collection from the Australian music scene. "Void" is a dominating and devastating release that will surely show the world just how Australia does down-tempo deathcore. "Communion" kicks off the EP with pretty haunting sounds and eerie notes as one of our favorite cult leaders

Horror Club Double Feature! Contracted & Contracted: Phase II (Spoilers!)

Any movie that starts off with some random guy having sex with a corpse in a morgue is - no doubt - going to grab my attention right from the get-go. Contracted - produced by BoulderLight Pictures and Southern Fried Films - was not afraid to kick off the opening scene with just that, and the story that unfolded afterwards as a result is a disturbing, disgusting, and just delightful one that makes for a great watch. The film was released back in 2013 and was born written and directed by Eric England and it is a doozy of a body horror film, for sure. It spares no expense in the utter destruction of a beautiful young woman's body. But before we get ahead of ourselves... Samantha (played by Naja

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