There are low-budget films, and then there are really low-budget films, and then there are ultra low-budget films. Today we are heading to that furthest end of the spectrum for another case of someone who just had this strong urge to make a movie. Writer/director Jeff Hathcock used his vacation time from Knottsberry Farm to... Continue Reading →

The Night of a Thousand Cats

I’m not a cat person. In fact, I’m slightly allergic to them. Cats are somehow able to sense this. When I come into a house with cats, they come to me. They brush up against my pant leg guaranteeing that I’m going to take a part of them home with me. Disgusting creatures. I don’t... Continue Reading →

The Island of Dr. Moreau

There are certain stories that filmmakers seem to return to over and over again. One such story is HG Wells’ The Island of Dr. Moreau. There have been a number of film adaptations of the 1896 novel, most notably the 1932 film Island of Lost Souls and the notorious 1996 version starring Marlon Brando. However,... Continue Reading →


It seems like as long as there have been horror movies, there have been horror movie parodies. From Abbott and Costello, to Mel Brooks, to Scary Movie...several horror comedies have become fan favorites. Today, though we’re going to look at a horror parody from the 1982 that quickly faded into obscurity. Coming just a few... Continue Reading →

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