Writer-star Brea Grant turns the everyday misogyny and sexism women face into a slasher horror in Lucky.
Random Acts of Violence director Jay Baruchel talks about freaking out his audience, American culture shock, and owning too many DVDs.
On a brand new episode of NO-BUDGET NIGHTMARES we’re watching Jim Haggerty’s 2000 slasher film called, uh, THE SLASHER!
Porno is a slasher flick that features catholic teens and porno demons, which is all you need to know.
Child’s Play doesn’t take itself too seriously and embraces its kooky sci-fi premise. This reboot feels like a less thoughtful version of Black Mirror, but with a cranked up vicious streak.
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares we’re discussing 1986’s TERROR AT TENKILLER, which is so incompetent they forgot to record any audio while making it, so a different crew had to step in and complete the darn thing!
Cinema's most sinister toy doll is back and racking up a high body count.
On the tenth anniversary of its last installment, the Friday the 13th series is down but not out.
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it’s 1986’s SPINE, a SOV horror classic!
The sci-fi fantasy anthology The Dungeonmaster (aka Ragewar) is the first film that can truly be called an Empire Pictures picture.
It’s episode 84 of No-Budget Nightmares and we’re doing another Patreon Special: 555!
It's episode 83 of No-Budget Nightmares and this time we're heading to Italy, renowned for its black gloved killers, expensive wines, and My Lovely Burnt Brother and His Squashed Brain!
Coming after not only a ten year hiatus, but also after the rise of torture porn, remakes, and reboots, Scream 4 is almost a breath of fresh air. Series creators Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson (who's absence from the third film in the series was wholly apparent) are back with another entry in the lucrative yet entertaining franchise, with a bit more material to chew on this time around.