Movies Galore takes a look at director Heidi Moore’s newest documentary “More Blood!” from 2018!

Written by David Strege

More Blood

Brought To Us By Wretched Productions associated with Charlie Pennel Productions director Heidi Moore who has already directed three different documentaries in the burlesque territory…  as well as several short films and features… including Dolly Deadly and it’s equal which was picked up by troma… comes a new documentary involving quite a few people in the horror film industry about why they love certain films and love to see death Gore and violence and more of it.

The film Begins by interviewing each of these filmmakers and special effex  makers as well as YouTube reviewers at least newer film reviewers in the horror business so I like that there are some of the all walks of life.  


We start out with hearing from Robert Soffian Who I believe is a college professor as well as a writer and a 30 year career at Shasta College in Redding, CA as a professor of theater, directing and lighting countless productions as well as a painter in art.He tells us about the first film that got him into her and that would be Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. That shower scene with the camera movements… Next we are introduced to an unknown horror analyst at least unknown to me where I’ve been reviewing films for quite some time and figuring out exactly who is who from each blog place, by the name of Chelsea Opperman Where she describes a scene from Poltergeist where one of the Ghost Hunters looks in the mirror and his face just starts to deteriorate and at the time it scared the shit out of her but now to her it’s kind of corny but the adrenaline was rushing through her At that moment in time being so young And probably knowing that you shouldn’t be watching the film…


Next we have an author of a book called Our Lady Of The Inferno, Preston Fassel Who talks about predator and how when he finally saw it how they were shooting off arms and limbs which was quite violent for what he was used to and it left him with a memory… Jason Thompson  Bad Seed FX guy from Atlanta Speaks on the film called Squirm which was about a bunch of worms that would eat people that came from the ground… And now we are getting into the interesting personalities on here where we have Cassandra Sechler (Wireboy) known for her experimental and colorful films where she talks about how one of the films that she was brought up on was Night of the Living Dead directed by George Romero, Then we are brought into what I thought was the UK scenery but is in fact Swedish from Sweden of film reviewers by  the Bitches of Horror young lady Jasmine Martinez Who often partners with actress and director Sara Giercksky In doing online film analysis reviews together… where she talks about the guinea pig series Flower of Flesh and Blood which I agree with her on was quite gory where we have a young woman naked and drugged as her limbs are being cut off she is still alive and it looks very real…


Next we are introduced to the guys from the Thirteenth Floor blog Jeremiah Rosario and David Wronski Which I believe that these guys are fairly new Since I’ve been writing for The Last five years but I have heard of them each of us bloggers arnone on different sides of the horror Spectrum but Jeremiah like Jasmine was speaking about the guinea pig film where is David his partner brought up Evil Dead….


Then we have Jay Kay  apparently YouTube or podcast host of some sort at Horror Happens Radio Show where he mentions the Faces of Death series of films the part where they monkeys had is taken apart and how it looks so real and life like and it did at least to me anyways.. We have Chainsaw Sally Who in real life is April Burril She talks to  about her experience Watching John Carpenter’s The Thing which innocence was a creature that kept changing and the effects that we’re used we’re just phenomenal and scary to her… next we have two characters who are favorites of mine Tom Komissar and Daniel Murphy of HM&M Productions where Tom Talks about the Texas Chainsaw Massacre Directed by Tobe Hooper and how he had rented a copy of the film and his animations of how he was putting the VHS in the machine it’s kind of comical because I remember only in that kind of a machine… So basically this documentary is a run-through of these people’s top favorites and then it looks like some of the films that some of the others had his favorites others chimed in on their thoughts on how gory or how scary each of the moments were The Exorcist was brought up where the moment of the head spinning around in the puke projectile which has evidently been a big deal at that time it’s not a whole lot of people at the time seeing that type of thing in a horror film before.What’s interesting is that John Waters was mentioned in the same sentence as nudie cuties hehe.


Whether it’s talking about Peter Jackson’s Brain Dead or talking about Cannibal Holocaust and it’s Serene Beauty and it’s violence and the Beauty  in its soundtrack to talking about the character Jigsaw the main focal points that I think that this documentary what’s across is that there is no idea of extremism that goes on in horror everybody’s always trying to out scare the next person whether it’s films being gory for gore’s sake Or even Beyond for anyone who is a horror film fan  is always trying to show the next person then hey did you see this pill I bet you you can’t see ten minutes of this. there is a boundary that horror crosses it all the time and whether they are going to go to that Darkness waiting Beyond from these directors and film reviewers are all saying they just want more of it. One of the things that I’d like to underline  is that you must be original you can’t just keep making the same thing over and over you would lose your audience and as long as it’s different and unique… After a little while we are introduced to Kim Culpepper from Femme Creatif Productions Where she touches on the subject that you almost get desensitized from seeing a lot of power and being a horror Watcher I myself have been desensitized  so I know the feeling But you mentioned a newer film called The Belko Experiment which I have not seen myself so I can’t exactly say yay or nay… Many of these horror fans are saying that they want to see that next level thing they want to see more fucked up shit and to be disgusted… Even the legendary Lloyd Kaufman shows up to talk about freak shows how rich the freaks really were…. during the Barnum & Bailey days…


I don’t want to tell everything I just wanted to tell him extended extension of some of the things that were talked about in this documentary I thought that this was very well thought out,  it was definitely a great mix of different characters and I’m sure that there were other characters that showed up to tell their little bit too but I found this retrospective fascinating I’ve seen various films dealing with horror and I think that this is a very coming of age humanitarian effort to show a little bit into the extreme Gore lovers at least of this day and age and talk about the reasons why and the reasons behind why they want to See what they want to see.   I thoroughly enjoyed the way that at everyone that was involved with this documentary we’re able to get a retrospective of what they thought and think and express the reasons why some of us might watch some of the more extreme films so I want to say that I will recommend this documentary for all horror film lovers I think it comes out the horror perspective from a different angle of some of the more modern Indy reviewer and podcasters along with some various directors that have not been heard  before that are very in at this Day and age. if this documentary sounds like something that you would definitely like to see then I would suggest that you seek it out in your own matter to watch it yourself I’m sure that it will eventually be making its circuit in festivals and then eventually it might be released to the public but I certainly was entertained by the different personalities and horror that were interviewed And I think that Heidi Moore really does know how to inspire someone who is not an entire pan of documentaries into liking hers.

Here is the trailer:

Starring April Monique Burril as Herself, Kim Culpepper as Herself, Preston Fassel as Himself, Lloyd Kaufman as Himself, Jason Kolucki as Himself, Tom Komisar as Himself, Jasmine Martinez as Herself, Daniel Murphy as Himself, Chelsea Opperman as Herself, Jacob Samedi as Himself, Cassandra Sechler as Herself.


Movies Galore takes a look at director Nigel Cheeseball’s feature “Bloody Red Lips of Blood” from 2012!

Written by David Strege


Brought To Us By Cheeseball Video, Inc. a made-up production company name for a pseudonym director by the name of Nigel Cheeseball and distributed by Chris Seaver in 2012 this feature was a shot on video film made to look like it was from the late 80s to early 90s which was kind of exactly what Warlock Home Video at the time would do which is say that he’d found a lost 80’s gem but this feature is called Bloody Red Lips Of Blood.

The film revolves around two lesbian vampires by the name of Karen and Lisa Who go and pick up unsuspecting victims At the Rock Headz Club somewhere in the downtown of wherever they are. What I’ve said before is that Joe Sherlock is very diverse for I don’t know a lot of independent features that involved as many actresses that are a little bit larger in size that doesn’t mean that they are not beautiful in their own way but they are no skinny Minis,  which is the Hollywood Norm they tend to pick actresses and actors that are often in relatively decent shape. this being said I didn’t want to be rude because I think that is a great thing all people of all sizes should have a chance to act in films.

The reason why I mention the size of the actresses is that I believe it is Karen  one of the lesbian vampires it goes down to this club in the very beginning and picks up a larger size woman than herself with a larger breast size so there is definitely nudity in the film  and I don’t even want this to sound like I’m a jerk or anything but it is what it is. so she brings this chick home and they do some making out and then when she gets the chick in the shower she bites and drinks her blood when Lisa comes home the other Lesbian Vampire Apparently she is late to the action of drinking the blood but then they both end up in towels playing Nintendo.

Next we are introduced to a Professor Bartel who is mourning the death of his daughter Jennifer, We are introduced to him as he is visiting her graveside as he is still having trouble sleeping over the death  that the police cannot still find anything out about or her killer.

I do notice that the room in which Professor Bartel lives looks a lot like one of the kitchens that was used in Odd Noggins.  So while the Professor is bugging the local police about a new body that has shown up Karen and Lisa have picked up another victim and drugged her with some wine someone in their gym or yoga class or some such nature… Meanwhile Bartel goes to speak with his daughter Jennifer’s best friend Amy and that’s when she talks to him about the club that she had been hanging out at Rock Headz that swinging club in the downtown area that the rock and rollers and the metalheads hang out otherwise known as wastoids…

 Bloody Red

So next we are introduced to the wastoids as they are watching an afternoon movie which stars Tanjia Atomic the now director of Manos Returns as a Scream Queen who arrives home and dances and plays with her hair unsuspecting that a killer with a knife is about to slash her throat…  After talking to the two dudes that hang out down at the club the professor went to stake out the place while back at home while his wife was showering A giant bug like creature with pincers started to come towards her so she shooed it out the house which is apparently a scientific experiment of the Professors’…Will professor Bartel  be able to figure out what happened to his daughter before the detective Jackson figures out that they have a vampire infestation on their hands? is the professor a little mad himself since we don’t know what kind of creature is he has created in his laboratory…

Now there was some good acting and there was some really bad acting like the main character Tom Schaffer he kept screwing up his lines and I think he knows he did but he did get the bugging of the police down.   You could tell that this was done on a really low budget and you could definitely tell that this was trying to be a campy late 80s too early 90s shot on video slasher film with a blood Drinker twist I thought the two ladies playing the vampires were two of the better actresses and I think the man playing the detective in charge but the rest of them needed a little bit of work…   This being said I did enjoy and was entertained if you sit back and watch you can laugh a little it’s a perfect example of a Cheesy bad movie and it’s definitely out there. I definitely love the title and the artwork for the film. My only thing is I wish that the creature that the professor had worked on that looks like a bug with pinchers could have looked a little better other than that you just have to enjoy the ride.   If this feature sounds like something that you would definitely watch then I suggest that you seek the film out for yourself it was Entertaining to a point and if you like bad movies then it’s up your alley.

Here is the trailer:

Starring Tiffany Cameron, Sabrina Larivee, Tom Shaffer, Librace Van Pelt, Morgan Mayhem, Erika Brunson, Cassidy Daveed, Sophia Maria, Shamus Popatopolis, Madge Kawalski, George Garbonzo, Laurie Tom McElmurry, Tonjia Atomic, Kendra Redd, Joshua .Allen, Josh Phenicie, Ranger Cody.

Movies Galore takes a look at director Chris Wykes’ short film “Corpse: A Killer’s Revenge” From 2016!

Written by David Strege


Brought To Us by F and F Productions which is Matt Freck’s Company and if you remember the short film Turn Heel from about that time I am assuming that because the film that I am about to describe was the second film on the Turn Heel release which I had picked up and bought the Turn Heel UK release and I had turned around and reviewed the film not too long after that even though the director had shared my review of the film for no particular reason at all he unfriended me this Freck so in my experience he isn’t exactly fan-friendly of course this was when I was first starting out and writing my reviews so unfriending me along the way wasn’t exactly very business like  especially since I supported and buying his film,to me if a director unfriends me and maybe that’s a little harsh, but that reflects who he is as a filmmaker His films just won’t be worth my time or my money and that’s a lot for me to say especially since I try to help everyone that I can in the Independent field, but at least I’m still friends with Jason Impey who was the other director behind that short film. This being said The film that I am about to describe is called Corpse: A Killer’s Revenge directed by Chris Wykes, and I am not fully sure exactly the year that this was filmed but I am going to assume that it was 2016 the same year as the short film that came along with. By the way here’s my review on Turn Heel for those who haven’t read it.   enjoy!


I like the beginning of this credit scene where much of the film does look like it was shot on VHS but the camera is going through some Woods there’s just something retro about the sequence as the credits roll. In the first scene we have some funky music as we are led to meet three young men who are about to go off on a camping trip Adam, James, and Drake.  So as the men are driving along they are talking about each others Dramatics in between the drive to where they were going will you see a young woman skipping along with some flowers as she is attacked buy a figure with some kind of a weapon that looks like a overgrown caveman with a Howard Stern wig this young woman screams and we see disfigure start to slash at her with whatever weapon that he or she has in his hand.


Well the friends  arrive at the start of the wood where they are to begin the trick to where they are to camp for the night and we hear the same funky music that is starting to sound like it came from the Oregon Trail you know that old PC game we used to play on a Mac. As the film filmed on I realized that the Killer that is going around killing people in the woods while these three campers set up camp he is not wearing a caveman outfit but he is wearing a gas mask and a vest.   He also seems to have an assortment of homemade weapons two different types of axes, a machete, a knife There are also some really cool effects if you can look past all the duct taped weapons and tinfoil… I believe one of my favorite scenes was where the killer took off a guy’s head and the blood was just squirting up in the air from his neck.


I feel like this film was trying to be a serious slasher flick but the death scenes were just too comical and the weapons weren’t exactly entirely real looking but as far as Gore and splatter it definitely had that over the top B-movie atmosphere.   If you wanted to look at it as good cheesy fun I guess you can do that and if this sounds like a film that you could definitely watch then once again this was on the UK Turn Heel release as a bonus extra film. I guess I found this film entertaining… and weird…

Starring Dan Grainger as Adam, Matt Biggs as James, Chris Wykes as Drake, Jonathon S. Wood as Ray Cameron, Sam Ashby as Tree Erotic Girl, Jon Perkins as Tree Erotic Boy, Lauri McGrath as Flower Girl, Button as Dork, Matt Grainger as Violent Shit.

Movies Galore takes a look at director Wayne Pombert’s short film “Vessel” from 2015!

Written by David Strege


Brought To Us by WPII Productions In association with Forget Ellis Team  Phoenix Productions and September Sons Films is a film directed by Wayne Pombert II That I had seen at the Milwaukee Twisted Dreams Festival in it’s first year and I am sorry that I am just getting to it now but I have been so backlogged with writing up older films as well as newer films that I am back logging for I have films that I have picked up that I have had for several years and I for the most part and a one-man band so getting to review all of these films on time isn’t always something that I can accomplish but better late than never.

The film begins with  a few images of a patient with a blindfold and what looks like some kind of a relationship between Sandra and her lover before it seems that she has ended up in a mental institute.  What I saw that at first was her lover is actually an entirely separate entity that has entered into her spirit and has been plaguing her for sometime.


from what I gather Her mental state is up for evaluation with her doctor so as she is being Told about her treatment and how it is going while we realize that her actual body is elsewhere while I believe that she is dreaming about what is to come or what has happened.   The way that this spell misspelled is kind of grind-house and experimental which is very in, the only fault that I can see or suggest is that the way that it is projected that Sandra is speaking to her demon who goes by the name of Edmond is that things that he says and things that she says back are repeated I almost wonder how it would have looked if or sounded like there was more of an echo instead of a repeat of things said.


That being said I think that actress Anastasia Edwards and actor Guy Mayfield portrayed  their performances really well, for what you thought was a dream ended up a reality for you could definitely see where the director was going with this that she was trying to fight her demon for her sanity.  I’ve always somewhat enjoyed films that don’t leave you satisfied and leave me wanting more and that’s what the film did. I was entertained and I love that I was able to watch it again to see it up close when you’re watching like maybe 10 short films in a block set it’s hard to remember all that goes on in every single film.

If this sounds like a film that you would definitely enjoy then I suggest that you seek it out if you can from the director I’m sure he wouldn’t mind sharing because that’s exactly what every director wants.  No matter how much you do not like reviews of films weather you get a good review or a bad review there will always be a response. I for one would like to see more from this particular Story down the road, I mean I wouldn’t mind.

Here is the trailer:

Starring Anastasia Edwards as Sandra, Guy Mayfield as Edmund (as Guy W J Mayfield), Keith Kelly as Dr. Thompson, Frank S. Weber as Male Nurse 2, Tiffany Jasinski as Nurse 1, Catherine Dickson as Lead Nurse, Larry Biela as Male Nurse 1.

Movies Galore takes a look at director Mikeal Burgin’s newest Short film “Low Self Esteem” From 2018!

Written by David Strege


Brought To Us by Okapi Pictures In association with Bradley Cerny and 33, Directed by Mikeal Burgin (My Friend Max, I’m A Gun) Has the newest  short film called Low Self Esteem where we have an actress from Wisconsin that has starred in A local directors B movie called This Book Is Cursed directed by Michael Butt from More-On Productions at least the last time that I had seen her but in this  short film she plays the main character Ellie.

I don’t want to say too much but she plays a woman who wakes up next to a man that I believe that she has a relationship with but she neither realizes what she has done nor the fact that the man that she has slept with has not left his previous relationship… there is something a little off…

Low Esteem

I think that this film showcases the acting talents that Radloff  has to give and offer into that dramatic world of the psychotic there is a little madness in her, I love it. I really believe that this actress has a lot more potential and I’m glad that Mikeal was able to work with her in this way.   I thought the acting was on key, the film flowed really nicely and for being a close up film shot in one room in one location this is a perfect example that you really don’t need a whole lot to shoot a film and one that can be or lead into something else entirely.

I enjoyed the film it was entertaining and it was nice to see Amy again.   If this sounds like a film that she would like to see then I suggest that you keep a lookout for it in film festivals and seek the film out for yourself.   I hear that there is going to be a sequel and I am intrigued.

Starring Amy Radloff as Ellie, Wade Thalberg as Man, Rebekah DeWild as Woman.

Movies Galore takes a look at director Heidi Moore’s feature film “Dolly Deadly” from 2016!

written by David Strege

Brought To Us by Wretched Productions director  Heidi Moore In association with Dreams For Dead Cats Productions and distributed by Chad Armstrong’s Legless Corpse Films in 2016 and was a smash underground Indie hit from what I understand.  

And having now watched director Heidi Moore’s  earlier films I can now proceed forward and watch Dolly Deadly because whenever I review a filmmaker’s film I normally tend to like to watch their career from the very beginning that I can so I can watch the progress…

Dolly Deadly

the film begins in a Trailer Park trailer where are young baby a boy is sitting on a bed filled with dolls watching his mother Tina Lyn (Nelson) get dressed and try to beautify herself.   Tina is a chain smoker and the trailer is filthy, there are all kinds of hornets infesting the windows And she decides to from what I understand change her hair color with some kind of new hair product the only thing is it starts to burn and goes right through her head to her brain and explodes… this was definitely the unique beginning… I’m really digging me special effects of this blow up…

Now I have actually watched Cassandra Sechler’s films as well so I’m sure that I will see her influence in the film as well since she kind of wrote this with Miss Moore.

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Little Benji (Justin Moore, I believe Heidi’s Son) which was the child’s name has now grown up and has been living with his Grandma Mitzie (West-Carroll) and Benji seems to live in his own little world as we see a segment where he is dancing in front of his mother’s dolls which are now his,  I love how we get to see what he could be imagining where he is tap dancing on a stage for his animated dolls…

Benji’s grandmother  Mitzie has a live-in boyfriend who all day long  just watches TV and drinks beer on her dime, they are both sick and tired although he could care less but sick and tired of watching him play with dolls when he should be doing boy things like playing baseball or hanging out with friends instead of dolls which is kind of a girly thing…  now while he has an imagination with these play things he still imagines that he sees his mother from time to time so there are flights of imagination that we are witness to like there’s a moment where it seems like he comes home from work and I’ll leave it to Beaver kind of attitude with a Pleasantville like experience. It also doesn’t help that the neighborhood kids make fun of him.


Having to deal with the backlash of his grandmother and live-in boyfriend making fun of him every time he tries to have a little bit of fun Benji ends up at escaping from reality and starting to believe in his fantasy world of where he has created a world dolls that almost have a life of Their Own and he gets advice to Kill Them All… now there are some characters from the trailer park that we are introduced to like the man who claims to have been abducted by aliens wearing a tin foil hat on his head who talks about revenge being sweet  and another character Call The Rock Bottom who believes himself to a been one of the greatest comedians around that used to open up for a place down in Mexico.. so there are definitely some strange characters about…

So when the neighborhood kids take them into the woods and dress him up like the dolls that he plays with as a joke and all of the verbal abuse that led up to this Benji’s little mind kind of just snapped  and one by one he began to kill off the people that treated him like shit…

Dolly Deadly2

I really enjoyed this film there were definitely a lot of color schemes that were throughout the film that were avant-garde and very fengshui definitely a New Age film a lot of Reds and greens and yellows and Blues for probably being on a very low budget this actually really looked like a really cool art project in a topsy-turvy kind of way.

I mean there would really wasn’t any real Bad acting involved I think that there are a lot of trailer park families that can relate to this kind of a environment.   but can our kid really grow up from knowing that his mother has died when he was very young and not grow up fucked up? I mean one does not blame the child for going into his own little world but you really feel bad for Benji because even though he played with dolls he  wasn’t really causing any real trouble until it all boiled together like a hard boiled egg I mean you can only treat someone bad for so long until they fight back. I thought the set design was awesome. I thought the soundtrack to the film was very unique and I think it was due to the personality of Justin Moore that made Benji all the more lovable because he really didn’t seem like he was that bad of a child.  

if this sounds like something that you would definitely watch Then I would seek the film out if I were you for a film about being different and revenge and about how one can turn into a killer  but how you can treat one another I would certainly recommend this feature for it is a unique independent little animal of its own making. I was entertained.

Here is the trailer:

Starring Justin Moore as Benji, Kimberly West-Carroll as Grandma Mitzi, Jay Sosnicki as Donald, Dana Nelson as Tina Lyn, Lawrence Moore as Kenny, Christopher Calvano as Homeless guy, Margaret Elysia Garcia as Client 1, Cassandra Sechler as Client 2, Paloma Couoh as Crystal, Donny Gonzalez as Rock Bottom, Joel Minden as News Anchor 1, Heidi Moore as Laundromat Girl, Gora Chand Saha as Tv Guy, Christopher Shafer as Dolly Krueger, Ryann Elizabeth Wright as Bunny Blogger.

Movies Galore takes a look at director Ryan Meade’s anthology “The ABC Soup of Deaths Rejects 3” from 2015! Warning Spoilers!

Written by David Strege

Abcs of Death Rejects 3

Brought To Us by No budget films director Ryan Meade  who brought us three short films in an underground DVD called Creature Features as well as You Don’t Rent Here Anymore and the Evil Dead documentary Invaluable comes in and thology with six directors dealing with the 26 letters of the alphabet that may or may not have been rejected by the ABCs of death anthology which according to Ryan this project was a revenge project The ABC’s Soup of Death Rejects 3 from the area of Detroit, Michigan.  There was a contest that ABCS OF DEATH creators had put on the Ryan Meade had been involved in, Ryan along with several other film makers were accused of cheating to get votes as Meade was winning naturally so because of creator jealousy they took Meade’s votes away and so he lost to unfair circumstances.  So this project was contrived of the honest film makers that were booted unfairly.

In the beginning of this Anthology we have a couple of mock trailers one for a Grindhouse film called Drop Dead Red where it looks like a young girl is kind of going up against a drug lord of some sort it looks hilarious followed by a trailer for a movie called Bad Milk where I believe Ryan meat goes and drinks from milk that might be expired?  and then kind of a pun to hobo with a shotgun by showing a poster for hobo with a hard-on…


In “Soup Can Scenes” directed by Ryan Meade We have what looks like a house that is decorated with Halloween decorations for Halloween and a man who has opened up a can of ABC soup to sit down and see what he can spell with his letters while he is sitting in front of the blank television screen so while he is spelling these letters  each letter he begins with starts a short film… Starring Mike Willerick.

In “Aneurysm” directed by Ryan Meade A man is jerking off to a porno that turns into a murder the slices and  dice’s to the erection of his mind…

In “BiCuriousness” directed by Ryan Meade Filmed in black and white a woman comes home with her groceries to the sounds  of what sounds like her husband cheating on her… But does not realize that it was someone of the opposite sex and involves a little bit of murder…


In “C4” directed by Raoul Duke Jr.Probably about the shortest film I’ve ever seen and a thought that has probably crossed a few high schoolers Minds about what it would look like if your school exploded…

In “Dick” directed by Erik Zijlstra This segment is a little strange but it shows a man in female clothes smoking a cigarette probably after he has cut off his member and buried it to become what he is now… I’d like to say the only thing that I like about this segment is the blues music behind it.. was definitely different

In “Earthquake” directed by Tom Sullivan this segment is a stop motion animation filmed about dinosaurs where Three Dinosaurs one of them looking like he is one of the king of the Tyrant lizards battle  Denise a volcano that is about to erupt… so far besides Aneurysm this is the second best film on this anthology I think it is very unique it is very good even the little arms move it reminds me of watching Productions that Rankin bass would put together so thank you Mr. Meade  for allowing this little short film up absurdity to show up on this…

In “Fucked” directed by Rob Bedard probably the second shortest on this  anthology of segments here we have a man who has obviously killed a woman as we watch the rape of a necromantic…

In “Gas” directed by Ryan Meade A couple of guys are playing a game of fake out where they create moves like holding up their claws like Bears or snakes and what they have to do is stare each other down and create different moves and hold these positions if they do the same move at the same time they lose… but one guy is a sore loser decides to get up at like one of his pockets of air…

In “Hemorage” directed by Ryan Meade I’m not exactly sure what the backstory for the segment is but a woman is released in a mental ward by one of the guards who goes off on a lunch break and she literally walks into a house and kicks the shit out of a man looking for another man… this was definitely  Grindhouse Style in a Quentin Tarantino kind of way I liked it was definitely some over-the-top acting and it really looks like she was throwing the guy around which I believe was Meade like a rag doll…


In “Internet” directed by Erik Zijlstra In this segment it looks like a man has walked up a road travel weary for there is dirt on his pants and he walks to an abandoned property. Looking inside the place looks dingy but he walks in anyways and walks up a flight of stairs.   on the landing at what looks like an attic or a loft there is a table set up with two chairs, on the table on a plate is a masquerade mask it says ‘Wear Me’ the man finds out that you should never try to meet anyone from the internet especially if he’s on the menu… I like the colors in the segment and the fact that it was a little bit of Gore involved…

In “Jugulate” directed by Rob and Sebrina BedardPretty much a snuff segment we have a man stabbing a woman in her stomach, cutting her tits over and over and  over until she is dead… I don’t really think that there was a Point to the segment other than the fact that the woman was naked and she had a decent sized chest that the man was cutting into…


In “Kids” directed by Ryan Meade This segment is about a classic where are young child believes that there is a monster under her bed and a tired father has gone over this with his children before probably and one more time goes into a room to prove to his kid that the monster is not there only this time there is… as the film begins with a young daughter banging on her parents door just say that there is something underneath her bed…


In “Legends” directed by Rob/Sebrina Bedard, and Ryan Meade A couple of standing in the bathroom and whoever he is he challenges her to say Bloody Mary 3 times in the dark in the mirror…  When nothing happens she thinks nothing of it takes a shower we get a little bit of a new shower scene and when she gets out she looks in the mirror Bloody Mary again and then that’s when it happens… the segment was slightly predictable but the mask was kind of cool…


In “Mailbox” directed by Matt Smith and Ryan Meade This segment is an animation where I think a man has hitchhiked with another man and there’s telling him all about how he is getting married How He Loves his woman and how she has these really huge tits so I think the other man gets annoyed and tells him to tell it to the world grows down the window so the man sticks his head out Shouts to the air that he loves his woman and they’re just so happens to be a mailbox he can smack his love into…  I have to chuckle at this one a little bit for I have to say seeing the guys had get lopped off in the mailbox and his headless body still circling in the Wind it’s kind of hysterical and poetic…

In “Nagging” directed by Rob and Sebrina Bedard A man is sitting at a table listening to all of the excuses or things that his lady is complaining about and I know what he goes through because my own woman does the same thing and it is irritating so the man takes what looks like bags of milk and drains them in the sink and when his woman asks what he is doing it shows her exactly what it is for…  since this film is directed by Rob Bedard a little bit I feel like this short segment is related to the f segment in this anthology I feel like this scene happens before that scene and that they are related in some way shape or form. I can relate to the stressful feelings at some point I just could never do what he did hehe

In “Overdose” directed by Ryan Meade It’s about a man who starts out with a bag of pills and takes a couple probably to make himself poop, Not realizing that he had not replaced any of the rolls of toilet paper in his bathrooms,  by the time he finds the last roll in the home ends up dying from his own bowel movement…

In “Prostitutes” directed by Ryan Meade This segment is taken a pun  and the ladies of the night where a man thinks he’s pick up a Russian prostitute to have sex with  or be sexed one of the two only she turns around and does what I think some women who have gotten into the trade probably want to do right back to the men who treat them the way they do…

In “Queef” directed by Ryan Meade This segment is another one of the shortest on this anthology and it is about a woman who is talking on the phone while she is going down the stairs while carrying a wheeled luggage…  I think the segment can go out to all the people who talk on phones while they’re driving cars or walking across the streets or pick up the phone while they’re riding a public bus number one people don’t want to hear your conversations when you have your conversations you have them in private not in public the only times that you should actually use your phone is in case of emergencies at that you are dying in my mind or if you need stuff at the store you call your significant other or just to pick up and say that you were coming home or going to work these are the extent a phone conversation I think that people should have,  but never on trains never on bicycles never in cars while driving never on staircases never in public bathrooms You know what I mean…


In “Rape” directed by Ryan Meade This segment is a Revenge film where are young woman lays  in wait for a guy that has raped her, She takes out a bat and a gym bag and follows him into his home and hit him over the head only to tie him up and mutilate him.   I rather like this from because any man who thinks that they can get away with rape is seriously fucked in their head So anytime I see a female getting back at her attacker in different ways kind of like an I Spit on Your Grave kind of deal I have to cheer from the sidelines…

In “Sin” directed by Erik Zijlstra It looks like in this second we have a nun walking through what looks like a prison compound… This one was weird we have a demon looking creature that seems to beckon this woman who is a nun and she walks to a certain room in the prison and she gets up on a table pulls up her shift and starts to masturbate as it looks like this demon is enjoying her orgasm… the only thing he’s speaking in English and it’s subtitled in German I’m actually kind of digging it…

In “Turds” directed by Raoul Duke Jr.All right this had to be the shortest segment all it really has is a man having this being filmed in black and white sitting on the toilet And you hear him take a bowel movement…


In “Uck” directed by Erik Zijlstra This segment was strange but it was filmed in black and white and we see a woman wake up in her  underwear as she goes about her daily routines she is in a one-room Shack as she goes about and decorates the room we see a corpse laying on her bed with a birthday hat on at first I think that it was a lover that she was masturbating over but when she whispered in the corpses ears that it was her father….  damn.

In “Virus” directed by Rob Bedard In this segment a man calls into work he is definitely sick there are tissues all around him and there is snot hanging from his nose… The film shows the stages of degradation that this man goes through in three days… Kind of gross…


In “WhiteGirlzBtripn” directed by Beth Norwowski So in this segment we see a man call some kind of a service and then we see him pack a gym bag full of duct tape and tools with power in black and white and then the doorbell rings.   Two hookers show up and while they are in the bathroom they both told each other that one was going to distract while the other grabbed the good stuff, so when the good looking Broad was dancing for the man the other girl thought that the tools and all that jazz in the gym bag was a rape kit so one thing led to another and one of them got killed…

In “XXX” directed by Erik Zijlstra This segment was another animation it was subtitled and in another language but I could understand the subtitles.   I believe the woman that was portrayed in this animation was describing the first time that she had seen a penis at the first time that she was raped while we heard noises of a female enjoying  getting fucked we see a man in what looks like a doctor’s room or some kind of a hospital room and then the female mentions that the penis was too big for her… this was kind of an abstract animation definitely weird…

In “Yellow” directed by Ryan Meade I think I understand the segment we have a young man who is playing a driving game what’s funny is the driving game is a really old one but in any case there is a  knock at the door and the young woman was there as she kicked the door in, she wrapped a rope around the young man and dragged him to the bathroom and started to suffocate him inside the toilet asking him what his  favorite color was the reason why I say that I got this film is that many men make the mistake of never asking their females opinion they often only care about what they have to say in a conversation… I thought the ending of the film  was kind of comical…


In “Zombie” directed by Ryan Meade In this last segment we have a man in present day Israel sitting on the toilet taking a crap while a zombie is rising up out of his yard right outside the window of his bathroom… It just so happens to be the dead body of Jesus Christ come back from two thousand years of being cursed by the Descendants of this man sitting on the toilet so what Day begin is the Grindhouse battle of the ages… How about that a zombie Christ with Kung Fu moves doesn’t that  beat all. Even though I am religious and I do believe in God I actually believe that this was the best segment out of the whole lot it was quite hilarious and I can definitely tell that the style of Quentin Tarantino is definitely influenced in Meade’s work.

Ultimately I have to say that this was a very fun anthology,   though the acting wasn’t entirely great in places many of the films were entertaining at least to a certain extent and there were at least 4 to 5 segments that were definitely some pretty great SOV moments so I would definitely recommend if you haven’t at least watched this yet and if this sounds like something that you would watch I would check it out.  It is definitely worth a one-time watch if anything else.

Here is the trailer: