Boiling Point

Previously, on Boiling Point… I bitched about Hollywood not releasing enough horror movies in October. This week, I’m taking aim at them for not releasing any monster movies – pretty much ever. I’ve come to ask where all the monsters have gone. Monster movies have a special place in any horror fan’s heart. Whether you’re a fan of giant mutated ants, hybrid beasts, strange aliens, or any crazy old weird thing someone dreamed up that crawled out of a swamp and raped a cheerleader, monsters are awesome. The bigger, badder, and bloodier the better. It seemed for years that even if you weren’t looking for a monster, one would come out of the darkness and tear your face off. Nowadays, you’re hard pressed to get your shit packed in by a mythical beast even if you go defecating on Native American burial grounds.


Kevin rants about people who use talk and use iPhones during movies… and the people who don’t tell them to stuff it.


Project Greenlight winner and gory good time Feast gets some love from our horror infatuated team.


The Coroner

Today in the Coroner’s Report we’re taking a look at the recently released on DVD Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds, John Gulager’s follow up to the fun and bloody Feast, of Project Greenlight fame.


Kiss My Ass, Harvey and Bob!

There was a time when Harvey and Bob Weinstein were the heroes of American cinema. Now, we are seeing that these guys are just big douchebags, like so many other people in the business.

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