Steve's marriage is just about over. To escape, he and three of his closest friends head to the mountains to relax for the weekend. However, things are only beginning to go wrong, as a killer is on the loose and what was once a getaway has turned into a battle to survive. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtjvUx_g3fs&feature=youtu.be Soon, our protagonists SUV has been vandalized and… Continue reading Between the Trees (2019)
Otavio and Gilda are two members of the enormously wealthy Brazilian elite who have an interesting kink: they like to eat their employees. Luckily, Otavio owns a private security company that's always on high alert. He's also a notable member of The Cannibal Club, but when Gilda catches Borges -- a powerful congressman and the Club’s… Continue reading Cannibal Club (2018)
Ted Nicolaou directed Subspecies, TerrorVision and The Dungeonmaster in addition to this film, where two aliens named Cosmo and Lump take over Superstation 66, a small radio station in Pahoota, California. Meanwhile, DJ Dan O'Dare and Flip Humble have a scam going on that involves a car and polka records. If you haven't figured out by now that Bad Channels… Continue reading Bad Channels (1992)
Cursed is a horror-comedy series that parodies the cliches of horror films, drawing inspiration from Shawn of the Dead. Shot with the intention of an online release, the series both draws influence and satirizes movies like The Conjuring, IT, The Nun and Annabelle. https://youtu.be/XKDQY986rFU Isaac fooled around with an Ouija board while drunk and is now, well,… Continue reading Cursed pilot episode
I couldn't be more excited about this new issue. It's got everything from Mortuary to Confessions of a Psycho Cat, The Boogens, My Bloody Valentine and a long rant from me on one of my favorite films ever, Night Train to Terror. Oh yeah! It also has an interview with Joe Bob Briggs! Holy fuck, right? Grab your copy… Continue reading New issue of Drive-In Asylum orders start now!
Get ready to grab the new issue of Drive-In Asylum! This issue is packed with so much awesome, I can't even deal with it. I contributed a long article about Night Train to Terror, plus two paintings of this issue's special guest star: JOE BOB BRIGGS! I can't even believe it myself. You'll find it at… Continue reading New issue of Drive-In Asylum next week!
I could take these movies to a used store, I could just take them to Goodwill but you and I know that physical media is awesome and must be preserved and shared and loved. So this Christmas -- I'm giving away eleven movies! These will be random giveaways and here's how you can win! Please… Continue reading THE B&S ABOUT MOVIES MOVIE GIVEAWAY!
Straight up, let me be honest. This movie is crazy. I say that a lot in conversations about movies that defy description. I may exclaim, this movie is insane. It's bonkers. I may use all manner of words. Let me tell you, when it comes to Christmas movies, nothing will prepare you for this. https://vimeo.com/300697913… Continue reading 3615 Code Père Noël (1989)
This issue has got it all. By all, I mean holiday movies like The Dorm that Dripped Blood, Last Stop on the Night Train, Terror Train, Silent Night Bloody Night, Santa's Slay, Batman Returns, New Year's Evil, Home for the Holidays and Black Christmas. I contributed a bunch to this issue, including all new reviews of Elves, Santa Claus vs. the Devil and Tales from the Crypt that are… Continue reading Drive-In Asylum Holiday Horror special is out!
Thanks for staying with us for an entire week of Death Wish. They really are fascinating films, all products of the climate of the years that they were made in and well worth investigating. Here are a few Death Wish movies and media appearances that I didn't get to mention: 1974's Il Giustiziere di Mezzogiorno (The Noonday Executioner,… Continue reading DEATH WISH WEEK: Epilogue