Horror Club: Cherokee Creek

Growing up as a fan of horror in the late '90s into the early '00s, there was no better horror to me than the classic '80s slashers. There was something about the cheesy, over-the-top ridiculousness combined with the morbid and brutal kills that just made me fall in love with the genre. The movies weren't meant to be these massive art pieces that film students would dissect and pick apart for school; they were meant to be funny, gory, and maybe even give you a few scares. These types of movies don't seem to come around often anymore - the 'Hatchet' series probably being the most popular modern day version of this seemingly ignored genre. But Movie Mafia Productions have released a beast of a

Horror Club: Mortuary Massacre

From director Chris J. Miller comes MORTUARY MASSACRE - 2016's epic, blood-soaked, gore-filled, terror-inducing, retro style horror anthology that will leave you in shock and disgust. The film features three short stories presented in a very clever, creative, and gory grand story line. The film its self clearly honors the grindhouse films of horror's past, and it does so in a very comedic way that works so goddamn well. It's filled with enough blood, guts, and cheese as you could possibly want from a film of its kind, making it an absolute must-see for fans of the genre, I honestly can't say that enough. The movie will have you "ooh-ing" and "ahh-ing" pretty much from the get-go until the ve

Horror Club: Dry Blood

DRY BLOOD just recently hit streaming services this month, but make no mistake: this film has been catching the attention of horror audiences since its initial release in 2017 in the film festival circuit. Written by Clint Carney (who also plays the main character, Brian) and directed by Kelton Jones (who also plays the cop our main character encounters in the film), Dry Blood is a movie that I'm sure people will click off before its over, but the jokes on them: the last half hour of the film is a payoff so good, you could have doubled the slow-burn portion of the movie and it'd still be worth your time. It may feel stagnant for a while with some random haunts thrown in here and there, but I

The Last Ten Seconds of Life - Machina Non Grata

Believe it or not, it's been two and a half years since The Last Ten Seconds of Life dropped the bomb that was "The Violent Sound" on the scene which set the bar high for the bands notoriously heavy sound. It honestly feels like just yesterday that we were all passing around links to songs off that album; but to kick off 2019, TLTSOL came to fuck shit up with their latest release "Machina Non Grata" - fourteen tracks of pure, violent metal that - yet again - raises the standards for the band and sets a new level of heavy for the genre. Without any disrespect to their previous material: "Machina Non Grata" might just be their best, heaviest, and real album to date; if you skip over this one,

Horror Club: The Void

As a 29 year old grown man who consumes horror-based media on a daily basis, very - very - rarely do I come across a movie or show that I can call "terrifying" in the way that I called movies as child watching Friday the 13th or The Dentist did. In fact, I'm not even sure I've ever described any movie in any of my reviews here at Soulless Cult as truly terrifying. But that changes today with THE VOID - a 2016 (but released worldwide in 2017) supernatural horror written and directed by Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie; it is truly terrifying in every sense of the word. This film takes horror to a new level of terror as it starts off relatively tame, works its way into "oh, that's fucked

Stillbirth - Annihilation of Mankind

Germany's hard hitting STILLBIRTH came out swinging this past summer with their latest release, "Annihilation of Mankind" - a twelve track collection that makes up the bands fifth full length release. Stillbirth are far from newcomers to the scene; this year will mark twenty years of the band being a project, a feat many in this genre can only dream to attain. And in those twenty years, Stillbirth have continued to bring heavy slams and brutal fucking riffs with each and every release, and if you've been sleeping on "Annihilation of Mankind," allow me to inform you that this time around the band went harder and heavier than they ever have before, making this album a fucking beast of a record

Horror Club: Scarecrows

Kicking off a brand new year filled of horror, terror and things that go bump in the night, we finally got the chance to check out Scarecrows - directed by Stu Stone -a film that I've been dying to see since I saw the promo poster for. Could there be anything scarier than an ordinary, every day psycho capturing and torturing you until you bleed your last drop of blood?! That's what you get in Scarecrows; four teenagers travel deep into the middle of no where to try and have a couples day (aka hookup) at a hidden lagoon and as they make their descent deeper into the land, they end up finding the lagoon but they end up finding more than they bargained for when they end up on the farm of a luna

Two Years of Soulless

While January 1st marks the beginning of the New Year, it now holds a newer, special meaning to me: today marks the two year anniversary since I launched Soulless Cult out from the abyss and into your browsers. It marks two years of consuming, reviewing, researching, sharing, and communicating with you guys about the best new music and horror films out there in the sometimes over-saturated industries. Soulless Cult is entirely a free-time project, and unfortunately time isn't always on my side when it comes to my offline responsibilities; but even when there's a small lull in activity here at SoullessCult.com, I always try to find time to continue our conversations on social media - you guy


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