April 23, 2015

Do you have a request, question, or suggestion? Well then submit it here!

Is there a particular movie that you'd like to see reviewed? Do you have a random question about a movie that you desperately need answered? Do you have any suggestions for us that don't involve jumping off of a bridge or shutting up?

Between comments, emails, Facebook messages, and Twitter messages, our fellow Horror fiends are always asking us things like:

  • "Are you going to review _______?"
  • "Is it worth our time to watch _______?" 
  • Telling us how much we "Really need to see _______."
  • Or wondering what a particular movie was, or where one of the pictures that we use comes from.

And since you're all technically in our little Horror Club, you should absolutely be able to sound off about whatever is on your mind, or push us towards movies that you'd like to see, but would rather not bother with until you've heard the good/bad word from a source whose opinion you trust.

So with that in mind, we'll be making this post a permanent Sidebar item, and leaving it there for eternity, all so that you can leave your Movie Suggestions & Review Requests in the comment section. All you really have to do is:

  • Click the banner on the sidebar
  • Leave a comment on this post.
  • Specify what you'd like to see reviewed, or ask a question, or suggest something.
  • Wait patiently for our response. 

Keep in mind that we won't always have access to the movies you want to see reviewed, and sometimes we just won't want to see certain things (don't ask us to review Twilight), but we can promise that we'll always try to get you the info that you need, or review the movies that you suggest. At the very least, we'll tell you why we can't/won't.

Enjoy!

72 comments :

  1. Alright, I'll start:

    Are you going to review EX_MACHINA?
    Are you going to review LOST RIVER?

    I know, both of them are not strictly horror. But I really enjoyed watching these films in the theatre and would like to read your take on them.

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    1. Phil, you will eternally be #!!

      We will definitely be reviewing EX_Machina, as it looks fantastic. We will most likely catch it when it hits VOD, but we will still try to swing a theatrical trip if we can. *It's only playing a 7 and 9 P.M. by us, and that's not usually the best time for us to watch our movies.

      As for Lost River, probably not. I saw Lost River, and forget the fact that I didn't really like it (style was great, acting was solid, story was a joke), but there's really no way to review it without being acerbic about it. If I broke that movie down, it wouldn't be a review so much as a dissertation on themes and allegory, and I would do little more than bitch about it. The movie deserves a bit more than that, I think.

      Danke, Phil!


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    2. Okay! Definitely looking forward to your EX_MACHINA review then. ;-)

      Fair enough about LOST RIVER. It most definitely isn't for everyone. To maybe drum up at least a little interest by fellow followers of your blog, I'd like to mention that I was reminded of BLUE VELVET (an all time favorite of mine) several times during the screening. So, if you're a fan of the David Lynch classic as well, you might still want to check out Gosling's effort.

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  2. You guys are so on top of it I'm usually following your queue. It's hard to go back and check but did you ever get to It Follows?
    Just watched The Harvest and was interested in what you guys would think.

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    1. Hey Mob, hope you've been well.

      I have seen It Follows, but a few of us haven't, so the review will have to wait until they catch up. After this weekend most likely.

      And our review for The Harvest is about 50% done. The Harvest had some issues, but overall I liked it a lot. Michael Shannon is the man. I also watched an interview with Emily Mortimer where she talked about how she was severely abused as a child, which made watching her dark character in The Harvest way creepier to me.

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    2. Thanks J.S. I will be checking back daily as always.

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  3. Hey I know Unfriended just came out but I was wondering if you were ever going to review it? You never reviewed Pyramid or The Lazarus project even though both of them had a larger release in theaters. Thanks for your time and keep doing what you're doing.

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    1. You know, we usually tend not to review the "bigger" theatrical releases, mainly because:

      A: Everyone else does, and instead of adding our review to the hundreds of others, we try to focus on "smaller" movies that need the attention.
      B: When a movie like The Pyramid of Lazarus have the pre-release buzz of being bad, it makes us shy away a bit.

      We really havve to stop doing that.

      So yes, we will review Unfriended. Right after we finish writing up It Follows.

      Thanks for the nudge :)

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    2. Alrighty, that makes sense. Thanks for responding and I just wanted to let you know that you guys are doing a great job and every post is great to read. Thanks for all the great reviews which have led to finding some great movies.

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    3. Any chance of a belated mini-review of The Pyramid? Fun little movie and Ashley Hinshaw is super cute/hot! She needs to be in more stuff. Her and Daddario in the same movie = Perfection.

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    4. Thanks, Anon!

      And HWK, we could do that.

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  4. It would be awesome if you guys could review a film in the making.
    You can check out Fantome, a French-Canadian psychological horror-thriller.
    cinecoup.com/fantome-film
    Contact them at: info@paperframepictures.com
    Really talented filmmakers that don't rely solely on jumpscares

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  5. Are you going to reveiw _ Satan's Coming for You

    Its one of the best horror shorts ever and its like a throwback to the 80's video nasties.

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  6. Can you check out this short that was just released on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/126788735

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    1. Checking it out right now...

      Not bad. Would have liked the resoloution to be a bit less... typical, but everything elading up to the very end was pretty good. It had us tense, that's for sure.

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  7. Hi there.

    Lovely site. I especially like how you come down on the jump scare ending. Thank you for pointing out lazy writing.

    I just wanted to know the names of the films that feature in your title banner: the possessed yellow girl, the bloodied blonde and so on? I tried reverse image search but all roads lead back here.

    Thanks and keep up the good work.

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    1. Thank you for the kind words, Anon. We use reverse image search for pictures all the time, and it doesn't aklways work for us either.

      The pictures, from left to right are...

      Blind Girl: The Dark (2005)
      Bloody Girl: T is for Twig (a rejected short from The ABCs of Death)
      The Pointing Guy is Franco Nero from Keoma.
      And the last one is an alternate poster for All the Boys Love Mandy Lane.

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    2. Thank you muchly.

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  8. You might like the Dutch movie New Kids Nitro (2011). It's an over the top comedy with some fun zombie action.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdlxHmmCxKA

    It was quite popular in Holland, Belgium and Germany but you don't have to be from those parts to appreciate the movie. And I personally think the movie deserves more recognition.

    Cheers!

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    1. That trailer looks pretty crazy! We'll have to see if we can find a copy of that movie to check out.

      We always love seeing good movies from Euro countries like that, as they always seem to offer something different. We love that kind of variety.

      Cheers to you too, friend!

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  9. Hey there.

    As always, lovely work. I watched 'Let Us Prey' on your recommendation and really, well worth it.

    One Question: Down the right hand side border of your site, after '2008: The Year in Horror', there's an image of a woman with blood (I think?) coming out of her eyes. Can you tell me what film that is, please?

    Reverse image search brings me straight back here.

    Otherwise, thank you and keep doing what you're doing.

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    1. We'll have to look into that one.

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    2. Found it!

      It's from a movie called 5ive Girls (2006).

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    3. Eeeexcellent.
      Thank you muchly.

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  10. Hi guys, are you interested in reviewing my Aussie creature feature "Throwback"? It's played at eleven film festivals around the world, won awards and will arrive on DVD across the US and Canada on July 21st: http://youtu.be/BDm2fFnUrtY

    Also, we're currently crowdfunding our next feature "Starspawn" and we'd love your support. It's an alien horror thriller set in the outback and inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft. It'll star Vernon Wells and other actors yet to be announced, and here's the campaign page: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/starspawn/starspawn-an-hp-lovecraft-inspired-sci-fi-horror-f

    Thanks for your time!
    Travis Bain
    Writer/Producer/Director, "Throwback"

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  11. Hey guys, are you planing on reviewing "Exeter", just saw it and wanted to know what you thought about it.

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    1. We are going to review Exeter. Maybe even this weekend.

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  12. Are you guy's going to review Union furnace?

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    1. If we can get our hands on a copy, sure.

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  13. Hi,
    I was coming here to see whether UK film THE BLOOD LANDS (aka WHITE SETTLERS) was worth a look. Couldn't find it in the reviews though. Did I miss it? Or are you planning on a review for this one anytime soon?

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  14. Argh, found it! Scratch that review request I just made.

    I even commented on your post back then. SORRY again.

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    1. That's alright, Phil. I think they confused everyone by changing the title lol

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  15. Hi, this site is awesome! Can you please tell me which movies a couple of the images are from? The first is the "new on netflix" image/link with the woman leading the two kids into the water, and the second is the image of the girl looking upwards, with an expression of slightly deranged wonder and a bloody tear trail down her cheek. These movies look interesting and I couldn't identify the images..

    Thank you!

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    1. Thanks, Tamar!

      The "Netflix" pic is from The Blob (1988), which was EXCELLENT.
      And the "Bloody Tear" pic is from 5ive Girls (2006), which was fun.

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    2. Thank you very much!

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  16. Will you review Kairo (the original Japanese Pulse)? It was one of the films that got me into Japanese horror back in 2001 (nearly 15 years ago?! Man I'm old).

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    1. I'm sure we will at some point soon here. We've been going back and covering some 90's and early 2000's movies lately, and Kairo definitely deserves a re-watch annd review.

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  17. Hey Horror Laborers!

    Been following you since 2000-and-something and what makes me attracted to you is not what you love but what you hate!
    I´m a horror fan since i was a kid mesmerized and terrified watching " An american werewolf in London" and if i have to have a favourite post-20th century horror film it would be " Martyrs" ( Damn these french are crazy!)
    Portugal didn´t produce any relevant horror movies but someday i hope that a portuguese horror movie could be blogged on your website ( maybe a Cristiano Ronaldo vs soccer Zombies or a Cristiano Ronaldo is the anti Christ flick?). Keep up the good work! An enormous thank you from Portugal!

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    1. Thank you, Marco!

      Marytyrs is one of our faves too, and ebven though not many Horror films have come from Portugal, there are some from Spain and South America that had a Portuguese flavor to them.

      A Horror movie about Renaldo... that would probably be a worldwide hit :)

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  18. We'd love to talk you about adding our film In The Dark to your release list. It will be available on all digital platforms on Oct. 6th through Gravitas Ventures. Left you a FB msg as well. Love to connect and talk more. Anything you need. Thanks.

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    1. Sounds great. Always happy to help Indie Horror when we can.

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    2. Awesome. Thanks. How can we connect privately so I can get your graphics specs etc to get you whatever you need?

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  19. Hi. My name is Matthew Forte and I am a writer/director. My brother, Kevin, is also a filmmaker and together we are The Forte Brothers - one of the newest and most exciting filmmaking forces to recently emerge in the world of horror.

    My brother and I have a production company called Forte Films Entertainment and we have made several short films and are working on several projects including our first feature film. The work we create, like our short film, "ANNA" about a zombie struggling with an eating disorder, is indelibly compelling and horrific from the first frame to the last.

    Our most current project is a web series called "The Sin Reapers." We recently uploaded the first episode and the feedback has been positively amazing. I would really appreciate it, if you would take the time to view it. I posted a link to the first episode below.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CjirosExQs

    Thank you so much for your consideration. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Best Regards,
    Matthew Forte

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  20. I'd suggest a review of ASYLUM with Sarah Roemer

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  21. I'd like to see a review on Feast.

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  22. Very nice blog! Who is the girl in the "Wait... You wanna see what? banner? Thank you!

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    1. Thank you!

      Her name is Brittney Wilson, and that pic is from an more obscure movie called Locked in a Garage Band.

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  23. First: I love this blog.
    Second: Just watched The House at The End of Time and I'd really love if you review this one (It's available on Netflix).

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  24. Reverse Image Finder is mainly finding the reverse image or original image source from web. There are many bloggers and content writers who want to write the similar topic which is already written by someone else. In that case finding the similar images is very important. It's really very hard to find out the similar image on internet. Reverse image search tool will do this job for you.

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  25. I never got around to do this so I'd thought it's about time I'd say thanks.
    This site is the only one keeping me up-to-date on new horror releases. Without you guys I would probably miss out on half the releases.
    I also love your reviews. You always get to the point and even though I don't always agree with the rating, they're still good and share a decent point of view.
    I wish you all the best for the future.
    Take care...

    Baron

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  26. Thanks, Baron. We appreciate it.

    I personally spend many hours per week working ont he Release Date Pages, because what good is having a site that talks about movies, if you can't tell people when the movies are coming out? I really don't understand why so many movies sites, especially the bigger ones, fail to do this.

    And how dare you not agree with all of our ratings. Don't you know we're always right?!? :)

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  27. Hello dear Horror Club,

    if I read it right, I'm allowed to ask about anything about any movie. My problem is that I watched ages ago the first part of a movie I wish to watch whole. We were at the home from some relatives and we left midways. It was a Hong Kong movie, I believe that it was a bunch of high school kids on a trip with their teachers to a rural area or an island where some creepy events took place. I remeber a family running a little store and there were 2 brothers. The young one was a bit retarded and his mother kidnapped a girl to marry her off to him, but before the wedding, his older brother raped her and when the mother found out that she wasn't a virgin anymore, she was angry. I don't know if the girl was killed or this part wasn't shown yet.

    It would be awesome if you could tell me the name of this movie. (I speak chinese but can't read or write. Therefore I can't ask on chinese forums or at least don't want them mocking me.)

    Many thanks in advance.

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  28. I saw GREEN ROOM today and would love to get your take on it. I quite liked it btw.

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    1. As soon as we are able, we'll be watching it too. Looks great :)

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  29. Is it possible to sort the movies you've reviewed recently from best to worst? or see a category or list which movies you've rated A, B and so on? Keep up the great work btw, huge fan of your reviews. :)

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    1. Onn the sidebar towards the bottom, is an A-Z list of the labels that we use in our posts. There, you can look up posts by genre, letter grade, etc...

      Lokk for labels like "Grade- A+"

      I will create archives by grade, and maybe even from best to worst, one day.

      And thanks ::)

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  30. Found it! I've been visiting your blog almost everyday using the mobile version so I never saw the grade categories. I was hoping when I clicked the "grade" in one review I'd be redirected to a list of reviews with the similar grade but seeing the categories is already a huge help. Thank you for the very quick response, and again, keep up the awesome work!

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  31. This may have been asked already, but where is the picture of the hot girl with the mpaa R Rating covering her breasts on the banner from?

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    1. That's Amber Heard, froma promo poster for All the Boys Love Mandy Lane.

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  32. I want to recommend the korean horror movie The Priests. I wonder how you like it. I know that this movie isn't breaking any new ground but I think that the atmosphere was great. And the actors did a fine job.

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    1. Definitely going to check this one out. Thanks, Myra :)

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  33. Dear J.S.

    My 2005 Hamptons Premiere found-footage horror IN MEMORIUM (mentioned on Blumhouse.com as one of "13 lesser known found-footage horror films we dare you to watch") is now playing for the first time on Amazon (FREE to Prime members) and Amazon Instant Video.

    We would be thrilled to have a review from you.

    The US link is: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IWN5LLO

    The UK link is: https://www.amazon.co.uk/ dp/B01IWICF1S

    Hope you enjoy -- and all the best!

    Amanda
    facebook.com/inmemoriummovie

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  34. Just shot a short horror comedy. It's in post production now. How do I send you a link to watch the movie? If you like the short, i had been hoping you would plug it on your site.

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  35. Hi J.S.,

    I would appreciate it if you could check out and review my 3 minute horror/comedy short film about Chinese hopping vampires called The Hopping Dead. You can watch the film here: https://vimeo.com/173185441

    I wrote and directed the film for Justin Lin's Interpretations 2.0 competition for YOMYOMF. The rules were the final film must be under 3 minutes long and must use these 4 lines of dialogue in this order with no additional dialogue or line substitutions. Other than that, you can do whatever story you want. The 4 lines of dialogue for the competition are:
    "Don't do that."
    "Of course."
    "I have my doubts."
    "What is it?"
    SYNOPSIS:
    Two thieves break into a Chinese business only to stumble upon the terror that is the Chinese jiang shi, a corpse reanimated as a vampire by Chinese black magic that, because of rigor mortis, chases after its victims by hopping.
    I would be happy to make myself available for any interviews or to answer any questions you may have about the film. Hope you enjoy it.

    Best,
    Jimmy Lui

    Fight Choreography Reel: https://vimeo.com/120013155

    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2340311/

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  36. Hello! Hope you're well.

    Just been looking through the blog and I love it! The focus on the more underground horror films, of all genres is just perfect to look through. Would love to work for The Horror Club and be involved in this, do you have an email address that we could talk further on? Thanks!

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  37. Love the site. I was wondering if you were going to review Last Shift?

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  38. Hey! been a long time fan of your blog. I was wondering if you guys have seen this film called "Halloweed" yet? don't know what year it was released and no it's not a typo. My husband and I and bought a dvd of it just for kicks around halloween. I just thought, I'd like to hear your opinion or review about it, that's all. If not, that's also cool, no biggie.

    Happy holidays!

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  39. i would like you to review "bunny the killer thing" so you can tell me if what i saw, was what i saw.

    thanks

    p.s.

    great site

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  40. Think you'll do a review of Even Lambs Have Teeth?

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  41. Still am not able to post anything on this entire site? WTF? Regardless of which account I click to comment as..still nothing has appeared(the last I see every time is a pop-up that says, will post once approved)..WTF?

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  42. im checking if you guys have reviewed the good neighbor. pretty decent found footage film for me

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  43. Hey, I produced this horror short and thought you might enjoy it!

    https://vimeo.com/235385226

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