The Traumatic Trio tackles the indie film Willow Creek this week and the guys do not see eye to eye on their opinions. Tune in to find out their thoughts,
By Eduardo Victoria @eduardovictory The Walking Dead, what is arguably the most popular show on television has returned for its 5th season on AMC. We’ve been watching the show since
By Eduardo Victoria @eduardovictory Last night’s screening of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was insane. Literally so crazy that it was almost stopped from happening, even as nearly 600 people sat
By Eduardo Victoria @eduardovictory Central Coast Comic Con, nicknamed C4, is returning September 12th – 14th to the Ventura County Fair Grounds this year. The convention, in its sophomore year,
By Eduardo Victoria @eduardovictory Last year, Los Angeles was given something dark, evil, and grandiose… Beyond Fest was the brainchild in part of Spencer Hickman, CEO of Death Waltz Records. Held at the historic Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, is dedicated to the screening and celebration of classic and hidden gems in the cult film world. Last year’s first festival brought the legendary band Goblin to Los Angeles for the first time in their history and
Welcome back once again folks! We are proud to share with you all our freshest show right off of the assembly line. This week we watched the indie film All Cheerleaders Die (2013). Tune into a triangle of discussion and find out our thoughts on this horror title from filmmakers Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson. Will the trio love it, hate it, or will it be a mix of opinions? Check out and follow the Traumatic Trio
In the era following Halloween, an array of slasher pictures began to spring up turning every holiday and mundane places into gory nightmares with murderers behind every corner. Night School is one of the films that exploits what made John Carpenter’s film exceptional. Released in 1981, it’s a contemporary of Halloween II, Happy Birthday To Me, and Friday the 13th. A young woman is murdered in the yard of the elementary school where she worked
I would not call myself an avid follower of guerrilla film production but it does naturally become part of most micro budget filmmaking. Following the indie horror scene for a while I have become accustomed to certain things but this weeks film was something different. Keith was up to bat and his film choice was the black and white film Escape from Tomorrow. For those of you that are unaware this film was shot secretly
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