Monday, September 29, 2014


First appearance: Cub A.K.A. Welp (2014)

A group of Belgian Cub Scouts head out on a camping trip in France. Turns out the section of woods they've chosen for their over night stay is riddled with traps and inhabited by a terrifying feral child wearing a tree-bark mask. Fortunately for the kids a Cub Scout is always prepared, right?

I managed to catch this during the Midnight Madness program at the Toronto International Film Festival. Really cool new slasher. If you get a chance to see it, see it!

Monday, September 15, 2014


First appearance: What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

An unprecedented documentary focusing on the lives of five vampires sharing a flat in New Zealand.

Cal Konitz

First appearance: The Editor (2014)

When murders start happening around the set of the latest film former master editor Rey Ciso is working on he becomes the prime suspect. Who is the killer in the black gloves?

The latest from those maniacs at Astron-6. 
The trailer's a little NSFW

Wednesday, September 10, 2014


First appearance: Little Monsters (1989)

The true story of what goes on under your bed and why children are always blamed for things they didn't do. It's also the story of the kid from Wonder Years on a mission with the a slightly less terrifying monster version of that crazy nurse from St. Elsewhere to save the kid from Boy Meets World who has been kidnapped by monsters.
This movie comes from the wonderful time where kid's movies were full of terrifying nightmare images and horrific violence and really dark ideas that put today R-rated horror films to shame.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Fuad Ramses

First Appearance: Blood Feast (1963)

Dorothy Freemont wants to arrange catering for her daughter Suzette's party. she visits the shop of local Egyptian caterer Fuad Ramses.  Fuad tells Mrs. Freemont that he'd like prepare a feast that has not been prepared in over 5,000 years. This feast is called "The Egyptian Blood Feast." Mrs. Freemont lets him know in no uncertain terms that she needs the catering for the party in two weeks.
Fuad assures her he has almost all the ingredients he needs. A deal is agreed upon and Fuad sets about gathering the ingredients.
Unfortunately the ingredients he needs are human flesh! You see Fuad worships the Egyptian Godess Ishtar and this Blood Feast thing is actually a series of sacrifices to his Godess! Good thing for him people in the 1960s thought a meal called a "Blood Feast" sounded delicious and not at all creepy or disgusting!
Will the police manage to stop Fuad before he gathers all his ingredients?
But seriously, why would you agree to hire a guy who wants to set up something called a BLOOD FEAST for your teenage girl's birthday party?

Widely considered the first splatter film and is notable for its on screen depictions of extreme gore.

Friday, September 5, 2014

Monstar Prints available....

Now that FanExpo has reached its satisfying conclusion I thought I'd put some of the remaining Monstar prints up on my Etsy store! Not many of each left so act quickly I'm not planning on reprinting any of them.
Also Big thanks to SHOCK TILL YOU DROP,  BROKE HORROR FAN, BLOODY DISGUSTING, DREAD CENTRAL for telling people about my weird obsession. You guys should all check out their sites for all the interesting horror news you need to cram in your brain.
And again you can find the Monstar Prints at the Monstarshop on Etsy.

Coming soon:
Fuad Ramses
Slumber Party Massacre II's Driller Killer
Gunther Straker

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Conan, the barbarian

First appearance: Conan The Barbarian (1982)
The uplifting tale of a boy who loses everything and through hard work eventually becomes king of a land he was not born into. Along the way friendships are forged loves are lost and a bunch of guys are killed.

I don't think they will ever make a movie like this again. Probably the best of the barbarian movies that were popular in the 80s.