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The Greenskeeper (2002) movie review
5 December 2013 10:22 PM, PST
Written by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com
Every now and then, something comes along that is such an anomaly of pop culture that, good or bad, it deserves a certain measure of any film fan's respect. That's what makes horror such a great genre. All of the sub genres from intelligent indie horror, polished studio horror for the masses, and fun little gems like this one where you can check your sensibilities and higher standards at the door.
What if I were to say someone made a slasher flick with all the stereotypes amped way up, a score by hair metal man candy Kip Winger, and the title character played by controversial baseball star, John Rocker. Not on anyone's wish list perhaps, but then again, it's not for the pop culture gods to give you what you want, but what you need. Whether we knew it or not, we all needed »
Bb - Official Red Band Promotional Trailer (2014) Releases
5 December 2013 9:48 PM, PST
by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com
We have the trailer for you to see below the details, as well as some teaser art for the film.
The trailer has a moody artistic feel to it and left me feeling uneasy. I can't wait to check this film out! The two songs in the trailer stood out to me as well. Solid production and the music assists in achieving the eerie vibe of the trailer.
From The Press Release
Bb a film by Cj Wallis
Introducing: Jennifer Mae playing as Leah Lamont Playing Candy Cummings
"The World Wasn't Built To Be Comfortable In"
Bb is the provocative story of a girl named Leah who, under the name “Candy Cummings”, performs strip shows online from her apartment for thousands of strangers every day, »
Santa Claws (1996) Review
4 December 2013 12:13 AM, PST
Reviewed by Chris Wright, MoreHorror.com
Directed By: John A. Russo
Written By: John A. Russo
Starring: Debbie Rochon (Raven), Grant Kramer (Wayne), John Mowod (Eric), Dawn Michelucci (Angela), Savannah Calhoun (Savannah), Marilyn Eastman (Mrs. Quinn), Julie Wallace Deklavon (Peggy), Christopher Boyle (Young Wayne), Terri Lewandowski (Wayne’s Mother), Ed Lewandowski (Uncle Joe), Amanda Madison (Laura), Lisa Delien (Mary), Sue Ellen White (Debbie), Karl Hardman (Bruce), Mary Beth Boyle (Diane)
I wasn’t expecting much going in to this unknown Christmas themed slasher flick and I am truly thankful I wasn’t because this is perhaps one of the worst holiday slashers I have ever watched in my entire life! I tend to be fairly lenient on low budget films if I can find some redeeming quality in it but this is one of the rare times that I can’t find a single solitary good thing to say about this movie. »