Music Review-Ok Go-Hungry Ghosts

Review-Ok Go is a band that really tries to change with each release. The music really tries to change the landscape of alt-rock with their influences and polish all over it. Hungry Ghosts is for fans that enjoyed 2010’s Of the Blur Colour of the Sky more than Oh No which was the record that

DVD Review-Hillbilly Horror Show (Vol. 1)

Review-I view independent shorts as the future of this industry. Fangoria magazine (when they were a horror magazine written by horror lovers) had the vision and balls to try the waters in a series that was called Blood Drive. In the last few years Jabb Pictures not only had this vision but decided to try

Movie Review-Autumn Blood

Review-Autumn Blood is a film that walks the line of brave, and outright boring. This film is a very slow burn, but the part of the line is that there is little to no dialogue in the first half of the film. The film revolves around a young girl who is brutally raped by several

IFC Midnight Picks Up Paul Solet’s Dark Summer

Paul Solet

Friend of the FearShop.com Horror Podcast and director of 2009’s “Grace,” Paul Solet, is an up-and-coming director to watch. We have not heard much from him since “Grace,” but words comes out that IFC Midnight has picked up North American rights to “Dark Summer” with plans to release the horror film on all platforms on

Movie Review-Mystery Road

Review-Mystery Road is a fascinating noir that is both hypnotic and passionate. The film revolves around Jay Swan who is back to his outbreak roots when he is investigating the death of a local teenage girl. It seems as he starts to try getting details of what happened that it is met with anger. This

Movie Review-The Last Supper

Review-The Last Supper tells the story of the end of Qin Dynasty in 206 BC, and also it covers the rise of the first Emperor of the Han Dynasty. In terms of a film covering Chinese history, this is the first film I have seen on this topic that I will use the words “seductive”

Metal Review: 1349: Massive Cauldron of Chaos (2014)

1349: Massive Cauldron of Chaos

Norwegian black metal horde 1349 is back with the sixth full-length release, “Massive Cauldron of Chaos,” a collection of 8 hyperspeed tracks like only 1349 can bring via Seasons of Mist Records. After so many teases by streaming track after track of this latest effort, we finally get our greedy little hands on this album.

Metal Review: Alunah: Awakening the Forest (2014)

Alunah: Awakening the Forest

Birmingham, UK’s doom metal outfit Alunah have a lot to live up to being a doom metal band from the same home of the mighty Black Sabbath. Led by the hypnotic vocals of Soph Day, the four-piece set themselves apart from the typical doom metal band by their incorporation of more psychedelic elements, but that

Movie Review-Breaking at the Edge

Review-Breaking at the Edge is that film that as the film goes on you sort of starts to feel that it is missing something and you keep trying to put your finger on what you think it is missing. The film seems to have a competent storyline, capable actors and actresses in the roles, and

Movie Review-Chemical Peel

Review-Chemical Peel is the film Cabin Fever 2 and Patient Zero should have been. This film takes almost the same approach that Eli Roth did in his first film. You have a Bachelorette Party that starts off a lot of drinking and partying. This party is part of a weekend trip to the woods, that