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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Jeff's Really Short Reviews Presents: THE SNOWMAN (2017)

THE SNOWMAN is the story of a British detective (or was he American? its so hard to tell when Fassbender is the lead) in Norway begins with an obvious flashback that is so confusing when the movie starts its takes half the movie before you know who it was supposed to be giving insight too. Despite that, the film is full of amazing scenic filmography of the frozen wasteland that is Norway. I understand this is based on a book in which Fassbenders Detective Harry Hole (I giggled when I first heard his name) is likely a famous alcoholic tragic hero has a thing for solving serial killer crimes when he's not torturing himself. Ultimately what we have here is your typical crime proceedural complete with the obvious outcome. I must admit I think it was done better in the first season of Dexter. But, wehn the film finally got going the snowman concept was pretty clever.

If you like your tortured detectives hunting down serial killers with the most obvious results THE SNOWMAN is now available on all platforms.

Jeff's really short reviews are designed to breifly highlight those movies that Jeff either loves, or in some cases, hates, without any fluff in between.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

On this day in horror history.... March 20th, 1964

On this day in horror history.... the godfather of gore, Herschell Gordon Lewis releases his magnum opus, '2000 Maniacs'. A bloody feast of hillbilly horror that still holds up today as a cult classic. Remade and then the remake got a sequel. They're not as good as the original, but it just proves that a good story lives on, long after the film ends.


Jamie Bernadette wants her revenge this April!

Joan Butler is an implacable spirit out to bring down the mobsters that left her for dead in writer/director Todd Bartoo’s highly-anticipated and unique unification of The Crow and Death Wish, Killing Joan – released this April from Uncork’d Entertainment.

Joan (Jamie Bernadette, All Girl’s Weekend, I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu) is an enforcer known for her ruthless tactics and wild abandon. After she is double crossed by her boss and left for dead, she becomes a vengeful spirit and is doomed to wander the Earth until she is able to take down the men that attacked her.

Available on Digital 4/3 and DVD 7/10.

Happy SPRING Equinox from the Creepercast

Spring has sprung and here to celebrate with us is a scene from our favorite seasonal flick...

Be sure to checkout this monstrous love story available now on all video platforms!

Your March 20th Horror for the Day by Shaenon K. Garrity

Shaenon K. Garrity, the self-professed Mayor of Horror Movies, is mostly a cartoonist who just happens to watch a lot of scary movies while drawing cartoons. Check out her thematically appropriate horror movie for each day of the year at Horror Every Day. Continue to visit the Creepercast every day for that days featured Horror offering.

Monday, March 19, 2018

On this day in horror history.... March 19th, 2004

On this day in horror history.... Zack Snyder brings to life the remake of the George A. Romero classic, 'Dawn of the Dead'. A much more kinetic and frantic take on the tale, it proves to be one of the best remakes that's been made. If you've never seen it or had apprehensions about it, don't. It's fantastic and genuinely frightening.


Boston Film Family, LLC, has released the official trailer of its upcoming feature film, PARTS UNKNOWN. The wrestling/horror movie will have its world premiere on June 9, 2018.

Parts Unknown Trailer from Boston Film Family on Vimeo.

After putting their bodies on the line for countless years, a family of professional wrestlers seek a brand new way to satisfy an impeccable bloodlust.

Written, produced and directed by Boston Film Family CEO Richard Chandler, PARTS UNKNOWN is the story about how the infamous Von Strasser family (of professional wrestling fame) seek to violently reclaim their notorious status through supernatural means despite being blackballed by forces within the industry. The movie stars retired pro-wrestler/actor William DeCoff, pro-wrestling manager/actress Lizzie Havoc, and Boston Film Family alumni Alexandra Cipolla, Alexander Hauck, and Sarah Michelle.

Former pro-wrestler Jake “The Snake” Roberts lends his vocal talents to the movie. Cameos are also provided by the indie tag team The Devil’s Doormen as well as YouTube and podcast personality Brian Zane (of “Wrestling with Wregret” fame).

Boston Film Family, LLC, is an award-winning Massachusetts-based independent film production company that specializes in the creation of visual horror and grindhouse stories. Its previous works include the featurette WITCH HUNT (2016), the feature film GILGAMESH (2014), and the webseries BOSTON MASSACRE (2012-2013).

For more information on Boston Film Family, LLC, the company’s homepage can be accessed at Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pg/bostonundead/about/?ref=page_internal - or on the company’s website - www.bostonfilmfamily.com . The movie’s IMDb page can be found through the following link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5759188/reference.