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Ghosts, Voodoo and Ex-Wives

Posted in Evil, Ghosts, Science Fiction, Slashers with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 12, 2017 by Drinkin' & Drive-in


I just figured this out the other day — it’ll take me 120 years to watch every horror/sci-fi movie ever made. And that’s IF Hollywood and all these do-it-yourself Scorceses stop making more of ’em right now; I don’t think I have much more than another 120 years left in me.

BLACKBURN (available now)
“A forest fire and rock-slide trap five bickering college friends in a small Alaskan ghost town with a horrifying history. When they seek refuge inside the torched ruins of Blackburn Asylum, they must fight to survive as the angry inhabitants slaughter the friends one-by-one.”

This one came out in the UK last September (2015, if you’re entering this in some sort of blog log). Why they got it before my zip code is a stunning affront to my community standing as a dumbass horror movie fanatic. Blackburn is another “ghosts in an abandoned insane asylum” story. On second thought, the UK can keep it as I’ve seen that SAME MOVIE 150,000 times. Give or take.


VOODOO (February 24, 2017)
“Dani, an innocent southern girl, is vacationing in Los Angeles to evade her increasingly complicated life. Once Dani arrives in L.A., she learns that trying to escape her past is not as easy as she had hoped.”

Makes you wonder what an “innocent southern girl” did that was so f’d up as to run away to Los Angeles, home of f’d up people with bad pasts, presents and futures. I bet as part of her chores she forgot to milk a cow and it exploded. Now there’s a movie I could get into.

The Ninth Passenger

“There are eight partying college students aboard the luxury yacht owned by an evil biotechnology CEO, who’s the father of one of the passengers. The trip goes sideways when they drift to a dark island and both their engine and radio fail. At the same time “something” sneaks onto the yacht — the ninth passenger.”

Could the ninth passenger be an island seal with a penchant for human flesh? We eat seals, so it’s only fair they get a shot at our blubber for a change. Too bad the boat isn’t loaded with Eskimos; that’d be some epic payback.

Red Net

RED NET (2017)
“Internet hackers are looking for a missing man, but what they find are shocking videos in which a man is questioned and severely tortured by two mysterious women.”

Gonna toss this out there: They’re both his ex-wives. If so, the poor guy is beyond doomed.

A New Year of Horror

Posted in Classic Horror, Fantasy, Science Fiction, UFOs with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on January 2, 2015 by Drinkin' & Drive-in

Digging Up The Marrow

Every New Year I’m filled with hope, Budweiser™ and hydrogenated-oil coated popcorn over the impending porcelain overflow of horror/sci-fi movies. I’m giddy over the prospect of a whole year of laying on the couch, enriching my life with a never-ending stream of new horror movies. Beats exercising.

One of the first out of the 2015 gate is Digging Up The Marrow due February 20, 2015. This one is noteworthy for the fact that Marrow is described as a “real-life documentary style that blends reality with fantasy in a way that will leave even the most hardcore skeptic believing in the existence of monsters.”

I’m hardcore, but I’m not a skeptic. Bigfoot, UFOs, lake monsters, eskimos… All part of my mythical belief system. As for monsters, the term is too vague to hang my hat on…yet. I’ll send out a press release letting you know which side of the monster fence I stand on after February 20th. You may begin holding your breath.