Favorite films

  • The Bride of Frankenstein
  • Night of the Living Dead
  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
  • Hellraiser

Recent activity

  • The House


  • The City of the Dead


  • Virgin Witch


  • Warlock Moon


Recent reviews

  • The House

    The House

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    In the aftermath of World War 2, countless atrocities have been uncovered about the Nazi’s, beyond the expected horrors of war. There was torture, murder, and unthinkable experiments carried out across Europe and inside the various concentration camps. In the new film The House (Huset), by Norwegian filmmaker Reinert Kiil, Christmas Blood, a different kind of WWII horror story is woven.

    Inspired by and filmed in an actual haunted house, it is set against the Nazi invasion of Norway. It…

  • The City of the Dead

    The City of the Dead


    The Horror Crew reach deep down into the muck and pulled out three witch flicks. Forest rewatched the Joe Bob Briggs commentated Warlock Moon, Rhiannon covers Virgin Witch, a movie likes less every time she watches it. Cory falls down the rabbit hole chasing Horror Hotel, only realizing until it was too late that it's actually The City of the Dead.

    There is also much chat about the new Captain Marvel movie and it's surrounding controversy - most of which…

Popular reviews

  • American Movie

    American Movie


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    By Forest Taylor
    The independent filmmaker should be considered one of the tragic heroes of our time. They put in years of their lives, untold numbers of hours and put themselves in tremendous debt all in the pursuit of making a film that will most likely be completely forgotten before it even comes out. For every Evil Dead, Bad Taste or Clerks there are thousands of indie films that just end up getting lost in the shuffle. The incredible documentary…

  • Trog


    Enjoy the "Monkey Madness" edition of Slaughter Film as Forest defends the undefendable as he reviews Congo and Cory discusses the film Trog, the movie that made Joan Crawford want to commit suicide.

    Also, Forest explains his spicy chicken wing training regimen, Cory tells a wholesome tale about a how he was nearly killed by a McRib sandwich, the guys recount their experience with Manos/RiffTrax, AND finally the Slaughter Film guys celebrate the birthday of their dear friend Bork.

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