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Slightly odd. Intrigued by creativity. Lover of cheese. Nothing beats a great movie. Few things beat a great book. Lot of things beat working for a living.

Update

I Love Gore artwork. Bloody heart!

Raw Movie Reviews has been inactive all week… What’s the deal?

Hello kiddies. I apologise for the lack of activity all week. Unfortunately life gets in the way of my fun sometimes. Annoying right? 
Raw Movie Reviews is also in the process of migrating to WordPress. Since this is a one (sometimes two) man operation it’s a slow slog through the process. I am, however, confident that the end result will be well worth the effort. 
New posts will be coming today and tomorrow for several new movies as well updated news on something or another. 
Stay tuned and thanks for your patience!

WordPress Site In Development

Animated Hills Have Eyes Prequel Is In The Works?

Will Rob Zombie Have A Lot To Look Forward Too?

Zombie, who is currently finishing production on his upcoming Halloween horror film 31, is reportedly writing an animated prequel to the movie The Hills Have Eyes.

No one knows at the moment is this is true or just internet bullshit. Hopefully the former. All the same, the artwork on +Justin Gray and +Jimmy Palmiotti’s graphic novel The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning, is stunning and would look wonderful on my flatscreen.

Horror Story - The Hills Have Eyes origin tale that ties into remake of horror movie.

Tweet of the Day!

The Giant Spider Invasion (1975) – Lobby Art

Courtesy of @Dr_Giallo this gorgeous lobby #art of giant monster spiders is awesome sauce.

CREEPING! CLAWING! CRUSHING! #poster THE GIANT SPIDER INVASION (1975) #horror #spider pic.twitter.com/mb5Q4OMQIe
— Dr. Giallo (@Dr_Giallo) April 14, 2015

If you like, check out some vintage horror movie poster art from the 1960s. Or these amazing animated posters from the alltime classic horror mainstays.

Tuesday Recommendation


Today’s recommendation is Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon.


Horror Slasher killer movie with an awesome ending

Released in 2006, Behind the Mask is a refreshing and intelligent deconstruction of horror movie tropes. Filmed documentary style, the movie follows an ametur film crew as they interview and document the activities of Leslie Vernon. 
Wanting to be like the great slashers in history (e.g. Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger) Leslie is preparing his grand slaughter of the innocents, the event that will catapult him into the major leagues of psycho killers. 
The screenplay is very clever in it’s trope subversion, showing us why victims in horror movies never seem to be able to open doors, why they always go up staircases rather than out the front door, and why the slow-walking killer always catches the sprinting victim.

Raw Movie Recommendation Horror Movie Slasher that doesn't disappoint.

Take some time out of your day this week and give it a whirl. Whether you’ve seen it before or not it’s an enjoyable hack n slash that will leave you smiling at the end. 
P.S. In-credit sequence is awesome… 

Psycho killer 

Qu’est-ce que c’est? 

Fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa far far better 

Run, run, run, run, run, run, run away