Archive for gory

Drive-in Trailers: Melt Movies

Posted in Media, Trailers, Videos and Clips with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 13, 2017 by ranranami

Back once more to the silver screen. Or perhaps the green screen. There’s a bit of yellow there, too…wait, what part of your body was yell–you know what? I don’t need to know. The point is, you’re a puddle of goop on the floor now with nowhere else to go but down.

Melt horror, probably one of the most obscure subgenres out there, I didn’t even know it existed until I got a little too much into a Street Trash streaming group the other night. Man, the 80s were jam-packed with some of the best physical effects. Melt horror is the goriest, grossest, and best of the lot, incorporating puppetry, fake slime, blood, you name it…all in the most gruesome, entertaining ways. So, without further ado, let’s pay tribute to these awful cult classics with a list of trailers (and maybe start off with a fake short film I think you’ll enjoy).

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Drive-in Trailers: Road Tripping

Posted in Media, Movies and shows, Trailers, Videos and Clips with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 21, 2015 by ranranami

It’s been ages since we’ve had a drive-in trailer entry, so here goes. Next week (Halloween),
I’ll be road-tripping with a couple of friends to a convention in Galveston. In honor of said trip,
let’s explore the horrific events that might occur, if we take a detour, pick up a hitch-hiker, or decide to make a pit stop…

Note: The Manos one is a fan-made trailer…but it’s so perfect…I had to include it.

For a Gory Cause: Charlie Lives

Posted in Media, Movies and shows with tags , , , , , , , , on December 7, 2013 by ranranami

Hey guys, I’m taking a break from the regular routine of comics and reviews today to let you know about something that’s got me pretty excited. It’s an awesome kickstarter projected for a concept that I could really get behind.

 

You’ve got your Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Your House of 1000 Corpses. Your general classic slasher flicks that are inspired by real events, but have very little to do with them…and then you’ve got Charlie Lives. But I’ll let the page to the talking for itself.

 

Charlie Lives: The Family’s Return