Nightsatan and the Loops of Doom (2013)

Inhalator II, Mazathoth and Wolf-Rami are Nightsatan, doomed to wander the nuclear-irradiated fjords of Eastern Finland in the year 2034. Calling themselves Nightsatan, these synthesizer warriors work musical rituals in order to maintain what is left of their sanity in the face of the endtimes. Seriously, whoever made this movie is inside my head.… Continue reading Nightsatan and the Loops of Doom (2013)

Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror (1968)

Paul Naschy's real name was Jacinto Molina, but when German film distributors demanded he have a name that sounded like something native to their country, he took the name Paul from Pope Paul IV and Naschy from a Hungarian athlete. Naschy had been inspired to make a horror movie since working on the movie Agonizing In… Continue reading Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror (1968)

Haunt (2019)

Scott Beck and Bryan Woods co-produced and wrote A Quiet Place before this film, which follows the framework of past movies like Hell Fest and The Funhouse, movies where haunted houses and sideshows house real killers. Eli Roth is the producer of this film, if that helps or hinders your decision to watch this. With nothing to… Continue reading Haunt (2019)

The Blood of Heroes (1989)

About the Author: Paul Andolina is back to share a sports-related end of the world movie with us. If you like his stuff, check out his site Wrestling with Film.  I've never been super into sports as entertainment but I have recently got into football. Not liking sports, however, has not stopped me from liking movies… Continue reading The Blood of Heroes (1989)

Family (2018)

Kate Stone (Taylor Schilling, Orange Is the New Black) is career-focused. That's it. Nothing else. But she's become an outcast and lost from what's left of her family. When she's asked to babysit her niece Maddie, her life quite literally must change. Family isn't the expected family comedy/drama and that's probably why we enjoyed it so much.… Continue reading Family (2018)

The Aftermath (1982)

Writer/producer/director/lead actor Steve Barkett only would create one other movie -- 1990's Empire of the Dark, in which a private detective battles a Satanic cult, monsters and ninjas -- but he lent his auteur spirit to this post-apocalyptic bit of strangeness. Barkett was such an artist that while he originally filmed this in 1978, he wasn't… Continue reading The Aftermath (1982)