Formula For A Murder (1985): A Macabre Review.

Formula For A Murder PosterStarring Christina Nagy, David Warbeck, Carroll Blumenberg

Directed by Alberto De Martino

It’s been a while since I reviewed something a little older, and thanks to the nice people at Shameless Films, I’ll be doing just that today.  It’s a return to Italy for a review of Formula For a Murder (aka 7, Hyden Park: La Casa Maledetta).  Although,  it’s not exactly a return to Italy per se, as the movie itself takes place in New York City.  Well, you get what I’m saying.  Let’s begin. Continue reading

Rabid Love (2013): A Macabre Review.

Rabid Love PosterStarring Hayley Derryberry, Jessica Sonneborn, Brandon Stacy

Directed by Paul J. Porter

If I had to pick my favorite decade for horror, it would have to be the 80s.  Sure, the 80s had some horrible movies like any other decade, but it also had some of horror’s most memorable characters, one-liners, and practical effects.  And when someone tries to capture the 80s feel for their movie it definitely piques my interest.  It also worries me a little, for fear that the movie will fail utterly in that regard. Continue reading

Necropolis News: Magnet Takes the World on HONEYMOON

Honeymoon

New York (March 27, 2014) – The Wagner/Cuban Company’s Magnet Releasing, genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, announced today that they have acquired world rights to Honeymoon, the chilling directorial debut from Leigh Janiak, which had its world premiere at SXSW earlier this month. Honeymoon features rising star Rose Leslie (HBO’s Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey) and Harry Treadaway (The Lone Ranger, Penny Dreadful). Janiak co-wrote the film with Phil Graziadei; Patrick Baker and Esmé Howard produced. Continue reading

Necropolis News: PHANTASM: RAVAGER Production Completed

Phantasm: Ravager

Filmmaker Don Coscarelli announced today that Phantasm: Ravager, the long-awaited fifth and final entry in his classic horror Phantasm series, has completed principle photography. The original Phantasm was a worldwide critical and box-office smash, spawning a huge cult of fans around the world and three well received sequels.
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Exhumed (2011): A Macabre Review.

Exhumed PosterStarring Debbie Rochon, Sarah Nicklin, Michael Thurber

Directed by Richard Griffin

For today’s review I’m traveling back to the magical year of 2011.  At least I think it was magical, I don’t really remember a whole lot about that year.  And no, alcohol wasn’t a factor.  Ok, it wasn’t a HUGE factor.  Anyway,  I’ve watched a LOT of horror in my time, but there is an equal (or maybe even greater) amount that I still have yet to see.  Enter Exhumed, a movie that I’m embarrassed to say escaped my radar until recently.  This is thanks to Rob at the wonderful Wild Eye Releasing, who was nice enough to send me a goodie-bag (or box in this case) of horror flicks to watch and review.

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Head Cases: Serial Killers In The Delaware Valley (2013): A Macabre Review.

Head Cases: Serial Killers in the Delaware ValleyStarring Paul McCloskey, Brinke Stevens, Mark Cray

Directed by Anthony Spadaccini

It’s serial killer time here at the Necropolis Macabre, and today I’m talking about Head Cases: Serial Killers In The Delaware Valley.  My thanks go to director Anthony Spadaccini, who was nice enough to hook me up with a screener earlier in the week.  It’s been a while since I watched either a serial killer movie or a mockumentary, so let’s get into it and see what I thought of this. Continue reading

GUT (2012): A Macabre Review.

Gut PosterStarring Jason Vail, Nicholas Wilder, Sarah Schoofs

Directed by Elias

Today I talk about GUT, a movie I was requested to watch and review by Anna Ganster, who produced the movie.  My thanks to Anna for providing the screener link.  I had meant to review this a little earlier, but those real-world distractions had it in mind to delay me as much as possible.  But I’m here now, and I’m going to review this movie before I get delayed again. Continue reading