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The Mutation is going to be this year’s cult classic
September 9th, 2021 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]

Every year, there is a low-budget Horror movie that becomes an immediate cult classic. In 2020, it was Killer Sofa, the year before that it was The VelociPastor, and the movies that came before them like Birdemic. They are films that are so bad and so unimaginable that you can’t stop watching them over and over again. You will also feel the need to share them with your friends and family.

This year’s film is going to be The Mutation by director Scott Jeffrey. It is about a deadly experiment on a rat that goes wrong, the mutated rat has been let loose in a city and a group of detectives are on the hunt for the beast. Zoologist, Allen Marsh must work alongside a grieving widow to help the detectives capture and exterminate the mutated rat. As the body count rises, no one is safe, and the rat is growing at a rapid pace!

If the description is not enough to make you want to watch it, then the trailer will be. I mean, the growl from the oversized rat is awesome enough. But, its gets better when you see him outside of the house. Normally, I hate CGI monsters, but in this case, it works. Don’t tell me you didn’t say “oh sh!t” when you saw it on the roof. I know I did.

That is why I can’t wait to own it on October 5th when it will become available on DVD, OnDemand, and Digital. It is the perfect Halloween month treat.


10/31 is coming on Friday the 13th
August 4th, 2021 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]

Halloween is still about three months away, but we don’t have to wait that long to get into the spirit. That is because, on Friday, August 13th, Terror Films is releasing 10/31 Part II on digital and OnDemand.

The horror anthology is the perfect way to celebrate Friday the 13th and also get us in the mood for Halloween since the candy is already on display.

I don’t know about you, but I cannot wait to see what the directors and the cast do to trick us into not going to sleep after we watch it. I am sure it will be a treat. At least, that is how I feel after watching that trailer. Seriously, doesn’t it look as sweet as a full bag of Halloween candy and as horrifying as the best haunted house in your town?


Why do 3 sequels to The Exorcist if you are not going to include Linda Blair?
July 27th, 2021 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]

Universal announced that they are doing three sequels to 1973’s The Exorcist, and at least one movie will star Ellyn Burstyn. She played the mom in the original feature. But all anyone cares about is Linda Blair, who played the possessed child.

Since there was no mention of her and everyone wants an update, she gave it to us on social media.

“To all my fans asking about my involvement in the new Exorcist reboot, as of now there has not been any discussions about me participating or reprising my role,” she wrote. “I wish all those involved the best and I appreciate the loyalty and passion the fans have for The Exorcist and my character.”

The New York Post reached out to her, and she did tell them that representatives for screenwriter and director David Gordon Green called her to tell her about the movies. However, they did not ask her to make any form of an appearance in any of them.

I say f*ck ’em all. Without her, there is no reason to expand on the series 50 years later. She was the star of the first one, and she should be the star of the new ones.

The disappointing first sequel will hit theaters in 2023. The other two will stream on Peacock after that.


The Nest makes cute stuffed animals terrifying
July 26th, 2021 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]

The Nest is a horror movie that will make you afraid to sleep with your teddy bear ever again. The one thing that normally comforts you after a scary movie.

Beth (Sarah Navratil), Jack (Kevin Patrick Murphy) are forced to leave everything behind and move to a new home. Beth was addicted to pain pills, and they lost everything because of it. The one who is suffering the most is their daughter Meg (Maple Suttles).

After Beth came back from rehab, Meg will not let her mom out of her sight. She doesn’t even want to go to school because she needs to be with her mom.

While they are traveling to their new house, they make a pit stop. Meg sees a cute teddy bear and tells her parents that she wants it. The owner of the shop gives it to her for free.

There is a reason why he did that. That toy has a secret, and it is a deadly one. It is full of a parasite that takes over its victims’ bodies. Will they be able to stop the teddy bear before it gets all of them?

You are going to want to stream or rent this movie on home video today to find out.

The Nest is a slow, suspenseful movie that keeps you guessing what will happen until the very end. It is the type of film that scares you by not showing you everything. Director James Suttles perfectly plays out the mystery as he times it out so that the suspense builds up to an ending that leaves you satisfied and wanting more.


Jackass goes out with several bangs, bumps and bruises
July 20th, 2021 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]

The boys from Jackass are back for one more round of torture on October 22nd. Will, any of them make it alive? By the looks of it from the Jackass Forever trailer? The answer is barely. But they knew what they signed up for, and that is pain, injuries, and concussions.

For some reason, maybe it is the pandemic, I am looking forward to seeing this film. I am a sadist by nature, but I am not a fan of their work. However, now they are calling out to me to see them get bloodied and beaten by their own stupidity.

It is great to be American. Where else in the world could being stupid make you so much money?


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