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David DeCoteau’s Horror Divas are a triple threat

Back in the 1980s, David DeCoteau used to work with b-movie scream queens like Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens, and Michelle Bauer in crap classics like Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama and Nightmare Sisters. Then, in the 2000s, he began … Continue reading

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80s exploitation double D double feature!

Any indie filmmakers out there looking to create low-budget trash cinema? Here’s an 80s double feature to motivate you. HOLLYWOOD CHAINSAW HOOKERS (1988) Linnea Quigley, Michelle Bauer, Gunnar “Leatherface” Hansen, and Jay Richardson are quite the cast. And with a … Continue reading

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The heyday of Linnea Quigley z-grade horror!

Naturally, Linnea Quigley’s most well -known flix are Silent Night, Deadly Night, Return of the Living Dead, and Night of the Demons. Let’s face it. She gets jammed onto antlers while shirtless, dances naked on a grave, and sticks lipstick … Continue reading

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Meet the half ambiguously gay horror comedy duo

Imagine the slapstick humor of Abbott & Costello or the Three Stooges taking on modern horror clichés and you pretty much have the Caesar and Otto films. Creator and director Dave Campfield stars in the movies as Caesar, described as … Continue reading

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Girls Gone Dead makes Slumber Party Massacre movies look feminist

When Girls Gone Dead showed up on cable, I had no expectations. I’d ignored numerous suggestions to add it to my cart while buying other slashers on Amazon. It looked like it would probably be a worse no-budget slasher than … Continue reading

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The 12 Horrors of Christmas Part 3: 5 crazy nights!

What can I say? I spent 5 nights watching a marathon of the Silent Night Deadly Night series while stringing popcorn for my tree. Silent Night Deadly Night (1984) The original Silent Night Deadly Night was so scandalous it was … Continue reading

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Slumber parties and naked chicks; the stuff that nightmares are made of…

What better way to get straight to the point (very straight) of the slasher formula than by throwing a bunch of scantily clad young chicks together in a house to get picked off one by one by a killer? SLUMBER … Continue reading

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It’s not Halloween, so why is he called Pumpkinhead?

Sneaking in just under the wire, Pumpkinhead came out a couple of months after Michael Myers returned in 1988, sealing its fate as a product of the 80s. Sure, it has nothing to do with one of horror’s favorite holidays; … Continue reading

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Check your brain at the door (where it will probably get eaten)

Way back in 1985, just after George Romero’s official third “of the dead” film hit theaters, the campy horror Return of the Living Dead, an unofficial continuation, was released, and did something Day of the Dead didn’t. It introduced us … Continue reading

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One terrifying Night of the Demons–decades of terrible sequels

Imagine being trapped in a pitch black funeral home filled with friends who suddenly look like a bunch of Linda Blairs, floating through the halls to steal your soul. Night of the Demons rocked my world when I first saw … Continue reading

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