SLAUGHTER FILM SUMMER SCHOOL

SHOWCASING DOCUMENTARIES AND BOOKS ABOUT HORROR TO TEACH ALL YOU FLUNKIES A THING OR TWO.

DISAGREE AND DIE!

FOREST TAYLOR'S TOP 50 FILMS OF ALL TIME.

THE BABES OF CAMP CRYSTAL LAKE

CELEBRATING THE LADIES OF FRIDAY THE 13TH.

UNEARTH

A DISCUSSION WITH FILMMAKER JOHN C. LYONS ABOUT HIS UPCOMING ENVIRONMENTAL HORROR FILM.

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29.8.16

INTERVIEW: Ellie Church, in a World of Killers, Monsters & Bigfoot!

By CORY CARR

If you've been following the indie film scene at all, I'm sure you've noticed that there is one name that has been popping up again, and again. That name is Ellie Church -- a young actress who got her start with Troma and since has been making a name for herself by playing gun toting bad-asses, mid-west roller girls

24.8.16

PODCAST 218: He Never Died & MILFs Vs Zombies [People Eating People Edition]


This week the Horror Duo deliver up a grab bag of films. Forest reviews the supernatural Henry Rollins film He Never Died and Cory takes on the first of several indie films, the first being MILFs Vs Zombies from Fuzzy Monkey Films.

17.8.16

PODCAST 217: Massacre at Central High & Class of 1999 [Back to School Edition]


This week the Horror Duo are back to school! Forest reviews the bully filled Massacre at Central High, and Cory reviews the teen murdering robo-slaughter Class of 1999.

12.8.16

WRITTEN REVIEW: Mad Cow: The Scariest Mooooovie of the Year

By FOREST TAYLOR
The thing I love most about films distributed by Troma is that I never really know what to expect. For example, when I first heard about the film Mad Cow, (about a mad scientist who makes a crazed half-man, half-cow creature which then escapes and goes on a homicidal rampage) I was expecting some

10.8.16

PODCAST 216: Stranger Things

This week the Horror Duo deviate from film, as they look into the future of television -- which will eventually be online streaming exclusively. In doing so they review the 80s throwback Netflix original series Stranger Things.

3.8.16

PODCAST 215: Deep Blue Sea & Sharknado: The 4th Awakens [Shark-A-Palooza Edition]


This week Forest & Cory bring their summer fun to an end. Forest shares his thoughts on Deep Blue Sea -- the shark film with street cred., and Cory treats us all to one last made for television animal attack movie, continuing his long standing tradition, with Sharknado: The 4th Awakens.

29.7.16

WRITTEN REVIEW: Monsters: TV For Couch Potatoes & Cyclopes

By CORY CARR
Since the success of Twilight Zone and spooky radio dramas before it, television networks have been trying to cash in with their own branded version of horror anthology. Horror on television has become a big business with shows like The Walking Dead and American Horror Story. Seasons of these shows now get big Hollywood budgets and have top notch make-up effects. But this hasn't always been true. Made for t.v. horror has ridden a long hard road to mainstream success. There was From Beyond, The Outer Limits, Night Gallery and after those and several others, came Monsters.