Happy Birthday To Me (1981): A Macabre Review.

Happy Birthday To MeStarring: Melissa Sue Anderson, Glenn Ford, Lawrence Dane

Directed by J. Lee Thompson

Seeing as how my birthday is here, I decided to take it upon myself to review something with a birthday theme.  And today I’m talking about a movie that can’t be more aptly named, Happy Birthday To Me.  I’ve had originally intended to do a review for this last year, but it just wasn’t in the cards.  This year, however, is a different matter.  Director J. Lee Thompson doesn’t have a whole lot of horror-related directing under his belt, but he did direct two Planet of the Apes sequels, so I took that as a good sign that things will go well here.  Was I correct in that thinking?  Well, let’s find out. Continue reading

Necropolis News: Check out the trailer for “Honeymoon”, starring Rose Leslie.

HoneymoonMagnet Releasing will release Honeymoon on iTunes/On Demand and in theaters September 12th.

In the meantime, why not watch the trailer for Honeymoon, starring Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie, exclusively on Apple Trailers: Continue reading

Necropolis News: Teaser poster for “Honeymoon”, starring “Game of Thrones'” Rose Leslie.


Check out the teaser poster for Honeymoon, starring Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie, exclusively on Complex.com:

http://www.complex.com/pop-culture/2014/07/honeymoon-leigh-janiak-poster-premiere Continue reading

Dead On Appraisal (2014): A Macabre Review.

Dead On AppraisalStarring Zack Fahey, Mike Pfaff, Marguerite Insolia

Directed By Sean Canfield, Scott Dawson, and David Sherbrook

Hello again my freakish followers.  Today I’m returning to the world of Brain Damage Films with another anthology entry.  Dead On Appraisal shares a similarity with Horror House, another anthology movie I previously reviewed, in that it revolves around a real estate agent trying to sell a house with a rather dark history .  But that’s pretty much where the similarities end. Continue reading

Under The Bed (2012): A Macabre Review.

Under The BedStarring Jonny Weston, Gattlin Griffith, Peter Holden

Directed by Steven C. Miller

I don’t believe there are too many people out there who, as little kids, had some level of fear about some creature that might be hiding under the bed, in the closet, or anywhere where shadows can hide it from the light.  I personally never had a fear of anything in my closet or under my bed, but the basement in the house I grew up in was a different story, which is odd since I spent a fair mount of time there during daylight hours.  But I digress. Continue reading