Tripping Through Gateways

He is all ears and teeth and he’s from hell! Alice is trying to find her young brother Danny in a local cave network.  Instead, she runs into a mysterious stranger....

Found footage movies are pretty risky really.  The primary draw for filmmakers seems to be “small crew” and “can be made on the cheap”.  Sometimes, this pays off.  A lot of...

Christopher R. Mihm’s debut is a tale of toxic waste and teens in danger.  Professor Jackson (a professor of science!) and his assistant Stephanie have come to the woods of Wisconsin...

Not to be confused with the 2001 documentary Hell House (about a “Hell House” meant to scare people into accepting Jesus), Hell House LLC is a found footage film that follows...

Romero’s career as a director came with this final installment to his Dead franchise. A more traditional story structure than the previous film, this film features characters we only briefly met...

The first film was a found footage horror film about filmmakers exploring “extreme” Halloween Haunts.  They stumble upon some scary folks and the film ended cryptically with the suggestion all were...

Earlier I commented on how the Dead movies are kind of set in an “ever present now”.  Diary of the Dead kind of flips that on its head.  Diary of the...

On Halloween Night some of the most vile serial killers the world has ever seen are freed from a top secret prison facility.  They hide out in a funhouse and start...

Cole is in Junior High. Almost everyone picks on him and seem determined to make his life hell.  His two lights in the darkness? His friend Melanie and his Babysitter.  Bee...

It took 20 years for Romero to decide on a new zombie film.  In this film?  Set well after the zombie apocalypse, we are introduced to a small city that has...