Digging Up The Marrow (2015) Review

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10 Horror Films to Watch in April

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April is a busy month: April Fool’s Day, Easter, Passover, Spring Break, Spring itself. What better way to celebrate then with ten themed horror films?

1. April Fool’s Day (1986)

April Fool's Day (Fred Walton, 1986)

Start off your month with this 80’s slasher classic about a bunch of college kids on a remote island who get picked off one by one. The ending is especially awesome.

2. Night of the Lepus (1972)


April has Easter and Easter is all about bunnies so if you’re into campy silly B-movies check out this one about giant mutant rabbits that attack the southwestern US.

3. Easter Bunny Kill! Kill! (2006)


This is a lesser-known horror film about a homicidal man dressed as a giant bunny who goes after a young boy’s tormentors. Not an award winner but definitely Easter Bunny-themed.

4. Atrocious (2010)


Atrocious is a film about siblings who, over Easter week, explore their vacation home and discover…

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Graphic Horror Blogathon Wrap-Up

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March is ending today and with it another year of my Graphic Horror Blogathon. I’d like to thank everyone who participated this year while I myself had some ups and downs. There were some great films selected this time around and I hope it grows to include some more next year and that this will grow as a blogathon and hopefully get more interest in films that don’t actually have any connection to a pre-existing graphic novel or comic book. Make sure you take the time and visit some of the other sites that joined in this year, they are all great and I thank them very much!

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Kevin Smith

Hi Kevin, I’m a huge fan of your work. You and your work and inspire me.
You’re directed so many movies. I wrote and directed my own film. I won the best short film at the Hoboken international film Festival. And I also received $500 fishing grant from The Long Island Film and Television Film Festival.

You inspire me with your use of humor, love of Star Wars, comic books in your film. You’re never afraid to poke fun at yourself. I respect that very much being disabled and feeling different from other people like you have in your life. That’s the special ingredient in all of your films no matter how silly or out there they are you still put in a personal message about yourself like being true to yourself, growing up, religion and other human relationships and issues. All of these issues are also universal and personal to your fans.

I’ve also gone to two of your Q&A in Philadelphia. But my dream would be to meet you and be an extra in Clerks 3 or Mallrats 2 with my friend/nurse. I’m not writing this for you to feel to feel sorry for me but to know what your work means my life. Always except yourself, stay true to yourself, love life and be passionate about things that’s what I learn from all your work.

Renting Mallrats in the late 90s from Blockbuster along with Army of Darkness during a weeklong stomach flu truly was a gateway drug to your work and a great way to get better.
I met Jason at your Red State Q&A in Philadelphia, I also met Brian and Joey at my local horror movie/sci-fi convention. And all three have signed my zombie Jay and Silent Bob T-shirt it would be an honor to have your John Hancock also on it.

Your number one fan,

It Follows Detroit

Today I saw today I saw the best horror film in years “It Follows”. Here’s a few things I learned from watching it.
Never have unprotected/casual sex it will get you killed.
Never go to Detroit Michigan. It’s dangerous, scary and depressing.
And if we were a thing from Robocop Detroit is corrupt, run by criminals and drug dealers.
Good things from Detroit include director Sam Raimi and actor Bruce Campbell.
Bruce Campbell says Camden New Jersey was the most dangerous city ahead of Detroit.