Where Have All The Monsters Gone?
Gone...but not forgotten. Been a while, huh? Yours truly has taken on a much larger horror gig over at FEARnet.com. MAP will live on, but things will be quiet for a while. Relive old memories and make some new ones. Join myself and a few familiar faces at our new home - FEARnet.com -LPR
Buzz! Anyone? Buzz?
What better way to celebrate the opening of TCM: The Beginning (which is actually quite enjoyable, BTW) than with a review of Dark Sky's recent re releae of the original that started it all The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (this one comes courtesy of Skylar). Tera follows close behind with a look at the recent re make of the classic The Wicker Man. Ummmm, original ideas anyone? Enter our most recent contest here!
Back From the Dead
Have you grown tired of the 'We haven't gone anywhere' refernces yet? Well we haven't! Muwaahaahaa! Anywho, I'm stopping by with just enough time to let you know that we've just posted Star's review of Pusher and Greg's interview with a true 'Master of Horror' - William Malone. More soon, I promise. Enjoy!
Sorry dolls, we haven't forgotten about our special friends. We've all been super busy working on a special MAP surprise, but we're here this holiday weekend with some new reviews to whet your appetitie for destruction. Jack returns with two new reviews - The Big Racket from BU and Room 6 from AB while Carl had stopped by a short while back with a look at the indie effort Moonlight In Your Blood, dig it.
Halloween in August!
Updates? We don't need no stinkin' updates! Skylar rocks out like it's Fall in Summeer with a look at 2 from Anchor Bay - Halloween 4 - Divimax and Halloween 25 Years of Terror. I apologize for the delay in updates, we haven't gone anywhere. We've just been so busy with all of these great reality shows on TV! Oh and one more thing...SNAKES ON A PLANE! See you soon!
Fat Chicks, Deer Women, and Small Town Secrets
Sleep? Who needs sleep? Not me! No sir, not when I've got three whopping reviews to tell you wacky kids about! First up, Lawrence takes a look at the excessive Feed, from TLA Releasing and Danger After Dark. Next, Greg can't get anough of that Golden Cris--I mean, Masters of Horror, as he checks out John Landis' entry into the series: Deer Woman. Finally, I drop by with my review of the latest from the Wicked Pixel crew, Deadwood Park. More soon!