Every Unearthed Films Release, Ranked and Rated: Part 4 of 5 (#11-#20)
Apr12

Every Unearthed Films Release, Ranked and Rated: Part 4 of 5 (#11-#20)

The top twenty releases from Unearthed Films are truly must-own films for the collector of independent, underground, and extreme horror. Many of these are modern releases, showing the growing quality of the label with multi-disc releases and wild special editions. There are still some classics in the top twenty though. Some are going to be tough to find, making some of these older releases excellent collector pieces. The newest...

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Every Unearthed Films Release, Ranked and Rated: Part 3 of 5 (#21-#35)
Apr11

Every Unearthed Films Release, Ranked and Rated: Part 3 of 5 (#21-#35)

This portion of the list is where things become extremely brutal. It holds most of the 3.5 star ratings and definitely thrusts most collectors of extreme horror into the must-own range. Numbers 31-35 are a worldly mixture of gore films. They go across multiple genres, all being solid examples of their craft. Black Sun is widely considered one of the most disturbing films of all time. It really just edged out Philosophy of Knife when I...

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Film Review: MUTE (2018)
Mar20

Film Review: MUTE (2018)

MUTE (2018) Director: Duncan Jones Stars: Alexander Skarsgård, Paul Rudd, Justin Theroux Imagine you’re browsing through one of the few bookstores left in town, or maybe through your favorite digital ‘bookstore.’ One book title stands out above the others: “TALES INSPIRED BY THE WORLD OF BLADE RUNNER.” Now, not being strictly a horror geek by any means, you may find it tempting to check out. And what kind of stories would be found in...

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Film Review: MOHAWK (2017)
Mar14

Film Review: MOHAWK (2017)

There are horror movies, and then there are HORROR movies. There’s the ones with scenarios and characters that are based on folklore, on pop culture, or on some kind of mythology that clever, talented writers can make up out of whole cloth. There’s also those hyped-up “based on true stories/events” movies that can make that claim by shoehorning in details, characters based on real-life people and events, by some kind of paper-thin...

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Film Review: MY BLOODY VALENTINE (1981 and 2009)
Feb14

Film Review: MY BLOODY VALENTINE (1981 and 2009)

In the following review, I will give you a rating for both versions of the original film as well as the 2009 remake.

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Film Review: MOM AND DAD (2017)
Feb08

Film Review: MOM AND DAD (2017)

It’s probably safe to say that every parent in existence today, or every one that EVER existed, has had that moment of pause: that split second when dealing with their kids, regardless of what age (ESPECIALLY with teenagers, though), when something’s gone wrong, or something has happened that turned a shit day into an even shittier day, thanks to their ‘little darlings’, and that thought has crossed their mind before they could even...

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Film Review: Mad Macbeth (2017)
Jan01

Film Review: Mad Macbeth (2017)

Mad Macbeth is a new project from the European gore machine Domiziano Christopharo. As far as indie film directors go, this newcomer may be the most promising of the lot. He has consistently done nice work across numerous horror sub genres. He is also one of the newest filmmakers to hit the best indie horror label in the U.S., Unearthed Films. Mad Macbeth is one of Christopharo’s most interesting projects to date. It is a...

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Film Review: MEXICO BÁRBARO II (2017) – Brooklyn Horror Film Festival
Oct16

Film Review: MEXICO BÁRBARO II (2017) – Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

Following on the heels of 2014’s MEXICO BÁRBARO, MEXICO BÁRBARO II (2017) will be making it’s North American premiere at this year’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival. It brings with it eight more tales from nine of Mexico’s best up and coming directors. The official synopsis’ follow La Leyenda de Juan Soldado” (Juan the Soldier) Directed by: Abraham Sánchez Tijuana, Mexico, 1938. Juan is a soldier sentenced to death for the...

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Video Film Review: MONTRAK – MEISTER DER VAMPIRE (2002)
Sep23

Video Film Review: MONTRAK – MEISTER DER VAMPIRE (2002)

Review: MONTRAK – MEISTER DER VAMPIRE (2002) Reviewed By: HardGore Core Director: Stefan Schwenk Subscribe to HARDGORE CORE...

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Film Review: MY LITTLE MIRACLE (2017)
Sep18

Film Review: MY LITTLE MIRACLE (2017)

Clocking in at a quick eight minutes MY LITTLE MIRACLE, the latest short from George James Fraser (HAPPENSTANCE) is a charmingly grim bedtime story that manages to be darkly funny and cringe inducingly disturbing. A young mother (Charmaine Jossick) answers her daughter’s question “Where did I come from” as a bedtime story. As we hear her sweet tale, we see what really happened and the disconnect between the two adds some very black...

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