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BLU-RAY REVIEW: KILLERS (2014)

I am starting to become a big fan of the Mo Brothers, although KILLERS is the only sample of their work I have seen. I have seen a small sampling of Timo Tjahjanto’s work as director of the segment “Safe Haven” in V/H/S/2 and “L is for Libido” in THE ABCs OF DEATH. I am anxiously waiting to pick up MACABRE and watch that. I will be ordering an import edition of that on Blu-ray.

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CONVENTION COVERAGE: HorrorHound Weekend Cincinnati

Somewhat of a “spur-of-the-moment” decision, my girlfriend and I decided upon embarking on a journey to Cincinnati, OH for a one-day visit to the Read the rest of this page »

BLU-RAY REVIEW: DAY OF ANGER a.k.a. I GIORNI DELL’IRA (1967)

Originally titled I GIORNI DELL’IRA, DAY OF ANGER (world-wide English title) which is also known as GUNLAW (in the U.K.), DAYS OF WRATH (USA alternative), and BLOOD AND GRIT (U.K. alternative), is a Read the rest of this page »

SHORT FILM: MOVIE NIGHT (2015)

Some friends of mine entered a contest called the Horror Block Monstrous Movie Contest (in association with Rue Morgue) and the short film they made is Read the rest of this page »

BOOK REVIEW: THE FOOD BABE WAY by VANI HARI

The one thing one should realize about the SHU-IZMZ website is that NOTHING is taboo around hear and ANYTHING can and will be reviewed, depending on the mood or various forms of media—digital, physical, and otherwise—that may be covered on the site. That being said, I do believe I will be reviewing Read the rest of this page »

NEWS UPDATE: METALHEAD a.k.a. MALMHAUS (2013)

Not too long ago (Sept.7th, 2013), I posted the poster and trailer for a film from Iceland called Read the rest of this page »

TRAILER: DEATHGASM (2015)

The name of the movie is DEATHGASM. It hails from New Zealand. Sound like a great title for a film? Probably not. Sort of cheesy but I think that is what the filmmakers were going for. The trailer reminded me of metal meets Peter Jackson’s BRAINDEAD a.k.a. DEAD ALIVE but maybe that is just because both films came out of New Zealand. Either way, that is a very good thing.

Director Jason Lei Howden, Read the rest of this page »