Happy Halloween! This week it’s a rap cuz the well is dry a new keg to tap, a new fish to fry I found this feature from an indiegogo campaign I reached down into my wallet and made it rain And now the movie is real and it’s on my shelf Someone give me a … More Schlock & Gore: The Barn (2016)
Horror Sleaze Trash is a zine-centric publication based in Australia that focuses on more subversive material that I have been following for a couple years now. Ben John Smith is its unhinged editor-in-chief. He is a reflective sort that may have ended up a maniac if not for his family that keeps him grounded (pure speculation). … More Interview: Ben John Smith of Horror Sleaze Trash!
Director: Doug Robertson Runtime: 88 mins. DISCLAIMER: Hauntedween is not about a haunted penis. What else isn’t Hauntedween? Is it— Satanic? No. Ghostly? No. Ghoulish? No. Zombified? Nope! Porky’s, but with more blood? YES! So it’s basically a lazy sex comedy with slasher elements and you know what? I didn’t hate it. The whole thing … More Schlock & Gore: Hauntedween (1991)
When I started writing for this blog, I did not expect to be interviewing my heroes. Once again my expectations have been rocked as I was able to hold congress with Joseph Ziemba. Joseph is a wealth of schlock knowledge, and has a passion for passion projects. If there is a movie out there about … More Interview: AGFA director, Joseph A. Ziemba!
Director: Beverly Sebastian Runtime: 93 mins. Maybe I should drink more. There are some great seasonal ales in the shops right now. Pumpkin drinks and the like. Or, perhaps I should have something harder. Bottom shelf. Old Crow or Cutty Sark. Or, I could go all Hunter S. Thompson on some Wild Turkey or pull … More Schlock & Gore: Rocktober Blood (1984)
It might surprise you to know that I don’t have many friends with the same interests as me. It is for this reason that i am eternally grateful for the internet. Without the internet I wouldn’t have heard of filmmaker Tim Ritter. He’s the sort of guy you discovered by loitering in video stores after … More Interview: Director Tim Ritter!
Director: Jag Mundhra Runtime: 87 mins. I just flew in from September, and boy are my arms tired! Yuk yuk. October is here and that means the Halloween spirit courses through my veins, bones, and very fascia that’s keeping me all together. I cut my finger yesterday and a bat flew out. You’d never … More Schlock & Gore: Hack-O-Lantern (1988)
SOV is a genre all its own. Making the shortlist of best-known SOV horror directors during the home video boom of the 80’s is Donald Farmer. Mr. Farmer has directed such infamous films as Savage Vengeance, Cannibal Hookers, Demon Queen, and Vampire Cop, amongst others, and used a little savvy to find distribution and gain … More Interview: Filmmaker Donald Farmer!
It’s almost here. I’m so excited. I’m percolating so hard I could ejaculate a fountain of pumpkin guts like a geyser that would rival Old Faithful and still have enough left to bake a pie. We are finally talking about the greatest month of the year on the blog. When it comes to essential viewing … More Rat’s #31DaysOfHorror
BRIC-A BRAC-A FIRECRACKER SIS BOOM BAH! SATANAS! BANANAS! RAH! RAH! RAH! GOOOOOO CULTS! Have you ever loved something so much that you became its cheerleader? I did it when Conker’s Bad Fur Day came out for Nintendo 64, and I’m doing it right now for Satan’s Cheerleaders. Coming to us from Greydon Clark, director … More Schlock & Gore: Satan’s Cheerleaders (1977)