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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.

Ghouls in the manana.

It’s Sunday morning and the ghouls are stirring. Don’t they know it’s the weekend!!?

Terror In The Aisles (1984) – Raw Review

Terror Movie Montage

The ultimate collage of popular horror films narrated by scream stars Donald Pleasence and Nancy Allen. 

Terror horror documentary featuring donald pleasance, nancy allen and more. Jaws, Halloween, Texas Chainsaw massacre, the birds, movies.
Terror in the Aisles is a fun commentary on why people find scary movies so fun and fulfilling. Featuring scenes from some the most popular and infamous movies from the 60s, 70s, and early 80s the movie deftly edits them together into a thrilling tapestry of murder, mayhem, and madness. 

“Why make up horrible things when there is already so much real terror in the world? Perhaps we invent artificial horror, to help us cope with the real ones.” – Donald Pleasance 

We love this movie. It certainly has a lot of nostalgia value  but also is a fantastic repository of clips from some of the best and most misremembered horror films from the pre-VHS age. How many of these have YOU seen?

Terror In The Aisles (1984) – Raw Review

Terror Movie Montage

The ultimate collage of popular horror films narrated by scream stars Donald Pleasence and Nancy Allen. 

Terror horror documentary featuring donald pleasance, nancy allen and more. Jaws, Halloween, Texas Chainsaw massacre, the birds, movies.
Terror in the Aisles is a fun commentary on why people find scary movies so fun and fulfilling. Featuring scenes from some the most popular and infamous movies from the 60s, 70s, and early 80s the movie deftly edits them together into a thrilling tapestry of murder, mayhem, and madness. 

“Why make up horrible things when there is already so much real terror in the world? Perhaps we invent artificial horror, to help us cope with the real ones.” – Donald Pleasance 

We love this movie. It certainly has a lot of nostalgia value  but also is a fantastic repository of clips from some of the best and most misremembered horror films from the pre-VHS age. How many of these have YOU seen?


  • This Island Earth (1955)
  • To Catch a Thief (1955)
  • Tarantula (1955)
  • The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)
  • The Deadly Mantis (1957)

  • Konga (1961)
  • King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962)
  • What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

  • Wait Until Dark (1967)
  • Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
  • Night of the Living Dead (1968)
  • Klute (1971)
  • Play Misty for Me (1971)
  • Frogs (1972)
  • Frenzy (1972)
  • The Thing with Two Heads (1972)
  • Sisters (1973)

  • Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
  • Alien (1979)
  • Prophecy (1979)
  • Dracula (1979)
  • Nightwing (1979)
  • When a Stranger Calls (1979)
  • Friday the 13th (1980)
  • The Fog (1980)
  • The Shining (1980)
  • Dressed to Kill (1980)
  • Alligator (1980)
  • The Howling (1981)
  • The Funhouse (1981)
  • Ms. 45 (1981)
  • Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)
  • An American Werewolf in London (1981)

  • Nighthawks (1981)
  • Saturday the 14th (1981)
  • The Seduction (1982)
  • Friday the 13th Part III (1982)
  • Vice Squad (1982)
  • Cat People (1982)
  • Poltergeist (1982)
  • Alone in the Dark (1982)

Sharknado 3 Leaked Poster!!!

Sorry but this looks freakin awesome!

Sharks in space? Space sharks? Laser sharks? Sharks with cosmic powers? Sharknado to the moon?!

From Dusk Till Dawn – (1996)

Mexican Vampires vs. Badass Bank Robbers!

What can you say about From Dusk Till Dawn that hasn’t already been said. Not much but I’m going to try anyway. 
We’ve been catching up on the new series (which is now available for binging on Netflix) and enjoying it quite a bit, so last night we went back to our roots and rewatched the original movie from 1996. 
It can never be said that Quentin Tarantino fails to be entertaining. His success since the release of this film proves it, but even going back to the early days of his success his screenplays are loaded with quick, witty, and down right hilarious dialogue. 
The film received a lot of criticism at it’s release due to the schizophrenic nature of the storyline. The first half is a tight, violent heist film that follows two brothers on the run from half the state of Texas. The second half turns into a campy, almost completely silly monster movie complete with cheap looking grindhouse style special effects and a litany of b-movie actors from the golden age of cinema. 
Tom Savini as Sexmachine (complete with crotch gun).
Fred Williamson as Frost (the cigar smoking Vietnam vet).
Danny Trejo, Cheech Marin, Harvey Keitel, the list goes on and on. 

Good movie? 

It’s fun. Very fun. Silly in places but if you like Tarantino style dialogue and whole helluva lot of blood and guts then you should check it out. 

Good date movie?

Yeah, why not.

Sex, nudity? 

Nipples. Lots and lots of nipples. 

Why are you reviewing a movie that’s almost 20 years old? Everyone’s obviously seen it already.

A lot of youngins were barely born when this movie came out. We enjoy old horror from the 60s and 70s, so it’s only fair we push 90s horror on the new generation. 

From Dusk Till Dawn – (1996)

Mexican Vampires vs. Badass Bank Robbers!

What can you say about From Dusk Till Dawn that hasn’t already been said. Not much but I’m going to try anyway. 
We’ve been catching up on the new series (which is now available for binging on Netflix) and enjoying it quite a bit, so last night we went back to our roots and rewatched the original movie from 1996. 
It can never be said that Quentin Tarantino fails to be entertaining. His success since the release of this film proves it, but even going back to the early days of his success his screenplays are loaded with quick, witty, and down right hilarious dialogue. 
The film received a lot of criticism at it’s release due to the schizophrenic nature of the storyline. The first half is a tight, violent heist film that follows two brothers on the run from half the state of Texas. The second half turns into a campy, almost completely silly monster movie complete with cheap looking grindhouse style special effects and a litany of b-movie actors from the golden age of cinema. 
Tom Savini as Sexmachine (complete with crotch gun).
Fred Williamson as Frost (the cigar smoking Vietnam vet).
Danny Trejo, Cheech Marin, Harvey Keitel, the list goes on and on. 

Good movie? 

It’s fun. Very fun. Silly in places but if you like Tarantino style dialogue and whole helluva lot of blood and guts then you should check it out. 

Good date movie?

Yeah, why not.

Sex, nudity? 

Nipples. Lots and lots of nipples. 

Why are you reviewing a movie that’s almost 20 years old? Everyone’s obviously seen it already.

A lot of youngins were barely born when this movie came out. We enjoy old horror from the 60s and 70s, so it’s only fair we push 90s horror on the new generation. 

Happy Bloody Friday!!!

Good morning gore lovers!

So today we will be examining several different movies from several different angles with several sharp instruments. It will be messy. It will be gory. It will be fabulous!

Oh and if you hadn’t notice, we love gifs, so enjoy this little tidbit until our next post.

I just cleaned this floor you son of a bitch!!!

Happy Bloody Friday!!!

Good morning gore lovers!

So today we will be examining several different movies from several different angles with several sharp instruments. It will be messy. It will be gory. It will be fabulous!

Oh and if you hadn’t notice, we love gifs, so enjoy this little tidbit until our next post.

I just cleaned this floor you son of a bitch!!!