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Saturday, May 26, 2018

Creepercast Presents a Horror Moment from 'The Mummy' (1959)


When three English archaeologists find the tomb of an Egyptian high priestess -- buried nearly four thousand years before -- they discover a guard who had been buried alive with her. Rising in anger, the Mummy sets out to destroy the despoilers of the tomb of the sacred princess.

Creepercast Presents a Terror Time Out features a video from an iconic film.

My review of CARGO by William S. Mayfield


Anyone who knows me knows I love the zombie genre, so whenever I see there’s a new trailer for a new movie showcasing the walking dead, I have to at least watch the trailer. I first saw the trailer for Cargo a few months ago, and instantly want to see it. The film stars Martin Freeman of Black Panther and The Hobbit fame as Andy, a man put to an impossible task... trying to get his infant daughter to safety during an infectious outbreak in the Australian outback. Our story starts off with Andy and Kay, his wife played by Susie Porter, on a houseboat navigating rivers with their young daughter trying to find help or shelter.


This movie is a slow burn at times but it's a good slow. We see a father get pushed into a terrifying situation and have to do whatever it takes to save his child, and as a father, it really hit me hard. I couldn't imagine going through this by myself but add my child, sheer horror for me. Along his way, Andy finds other survivors, some good and some not so good. There is also a lot of Aboriginal actors in this film which I have not seen since The Gods Must Be Crazy which is a blast from the past. Zombie movies like this, “infected”, kind of really freaking me out because in this crazy world we all could be one case of the flu away from The Walking Dead and 28 Days Later. If you like good zombie movies and suspense then CARGO is right up your alley. I give CARGO 8 out of 10.


CARGO is currently available on Netflix.


Friday, May 25, 2018

Creepercast Presents a Terror Time Out from 'The Mummy' (1959)


A bandage covered Christopher rises from the dead!

Creepercast Presents a Terror Time Out features a still from an iconic film with a one-line review of the film.

Your May 25th 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.

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Top 10 Best Worst Horror Moms #6

In honor of Mother's Day we are going to take the next few weeks to countdown the Top 10 Horror Mom's and mention why we love them. Horror Mom's are the most notorious and supportive Mom's there ever were and here is why...

6. Rose Ross as Mother: Mother's Day (1980) 



As our favorite horror movies continue to remind us, it takes a special kind of love for a mother to always be there for her demented offspring. Someone had to nourture their psychotic tendancies after all. Rose Ross does so with as much positive re-enforcement as a mother can provide.



Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Jeff's Really Short Reviews Presents: Cute Little Buggers (2017)


In this British low B scifi/horror, a couple of lizard-like aliens have arrived to earth with the intent of stealing our women and killing our men using genetically modified bad CGI'd bunny rabbits. CUTE LITTLE BUGGERS is a goofy alien invasion film with lots of sexual frustation and bloody victims. My mind kept going back to the killer rabbit in Monty Python. Everything in the film fits common tropes from the lone sufferer returning home to make peace with his father to the ex-girlfriend and her asshole fiance. Still, fun although the CGI is mildly distracting.


Directed by Tony Jopia (Crying Wolf, Dawning of the Dead) from the Screenplay by Garry Charles, Andy Davie. CUTE LITTLE BUGGERS stars a few familiar Brits like Caroline Munro, Honey Holmes, Dani Thompson, Gary Martin, Kumud Pant, Sara Dee, John R Walker, Steve Aaron-Sipple. For a Benny Hill good laugh with no expectations be sure to check it out on all VOD platforms.



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

Your May 23rd 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.