While I was sitting in my car during my lunch break at the day job, I decided to record a quick video. I though I would talk a little bit about Christmas horror movies. So, that is what I did. Completely unscripted and unplanned. When I do that, this is what you get. Go ahead, give it a look and then let me know about your favorite Christmas horror.
December 17, 2014
I have been a fan of these guys for a few years. Their music is heavy, technical, catchy, and just kicks ass. I really recommend that you check them out. Below is the video for a tune off their latest album, Elements of the Infinite. It is fun to see them shed the seriousness and make a silly video. These guys know there way around their instruments, it also looks like they were beat after a tour and had some time to kill. Either way, it is a good tune.
December 16, 2014
You don't think that last week's back from the dead video would be the last, did you? Well, sorry to disappoint. I am back again to talk about movies and subject you to my ugly mug. At least this time I have a spiffy Zombie hat from Inked Up Merch to distract you from my words. In any case, here is that video... if you dare.....
December 15, 2014
December 12, 2014
December 11, 2014
Something that you may now know about me is that I enjoy Bollywood films. I do not go out of my way for them, but when the local theater gets them, I try to go and see them. They will never be my favorite type of film, but it is interesting to see different ideas on how to make a movie and what should be in them (not to mention how long they should average). Now, the one thing I have not yet seen is a Bollywood horror film. Well, there was Go Goa Gone, which was amazing, but that was more horror/comedy and seemed targeted to a Western audience. Now there is this trailer for Alone.
December 10, 2014
Have you heard of this horror movie project called The Gathering? No? Me neither, until now. It appears to be a horror anthology type film where the Devil gathers some great horror writers (Bram Stoker, Edgar Allan Poe, HP Lovecraft, etc.) together to tell their untold tales. Now, I am not the biggest fan of anthology films, but the cast this movie has attracted is just absolutely astounding. It is to the point where I have to see this just because, and it isn't even made yet!
It has become something of a tradition to watch this short film this time of year. It was a few years ago that I stumbled upon Treevenge, but I am so glad I did. It runs a scant 16-minutes, but it packs a punch. It is clever, cute, and delightfully violent. It pulls no punches and depicts nature having its revenge on the slaughter of trees for Christmas. It also features great use of Fabio Frizzi's theme from Cannibal Holocaust. It really needs no more introduction, except to say it is not for sensitive eyes: