Ben Nagy reviews ‘Return of the Slasher Nurse’: Her Last Name Ain’t Nightingale, and Her Sister’s No Better
A killer in a nurse’s outfit and her sister kill a bunch of people while a couple of their victims’ relative decide to go after em in “Return of the Slasher Nurse,” an indy horror flick out of Orange County, Virginia.
Ben Nagy reviews ‘Slaughter Drive’: Intrepid Pennsylvania Trio Defends Their Cul-De-Sac From Sibling Killers
A struggling filmmaker and his two teacher buddies square off against a couple of bloodthirsty killers over the fate of the people living on a Pennsylvania cul-de-sac in “Slaughter Drive.”
A cannibalistic killer creep dresses up in camouflage, stomps around the woods and kills a whole bunch of people out on a retreat in “Killer Campout.” Anyone can die at any time, but you gotta get through some uneven performances to get to the red stuff.
Flick goes big on gore, but an over-reliance on dream sequences and a lack of garbonzas hold this one down An Irish bloke whose marriage has gone south rents a room from an old acquaintance but then finds out that he’s been targeted by a sinister coven in Wicked Witches. Mark (Duncan Casey) is the guy […]
The latest chapter in the Bronsploitation cycle of films by Rene Perez has Robert Bronzi fighting paramilitary doofuses and a saw-sword-wielding killer to save his daughter in “Cry Havoc.”
This flick has a misstep in its opening (and maybe in its title, too), but makes up for it as it goes along Hey, I’m back doing some more reviews after what was an amazing second season of The Last Drive-In where practically ALL of the second features got four stars. Hope you missed me. If […]
Ben Nagy Reviews ‘Wamego’ and ‘Wamego Strikes Back’: The Triumphs, Challenges of Independent Film Production Laid Bare
Piggybacking off the speech to filmmakers ( f— “aspiring,” remember?) that Joe Bob made at the conclusion of the second feature of the May 15th, 2020, episode of The Last Drive-In, Ben Nagy checks out the first two installments in the Wamego documentary trilogy featuring filmmaker Steve Balderson and the challenges of independent filmmaking.
Rescued from a trash bin, this 20-year-old movie bounces a college dude around North America like a leaf in the wind. There’s no blood and no breasts, and profound flaws litter the production. But it’s something else, especially if a viewer is in the right mood.
Jeb, a weirdbeard showrunner for an animated kids cartoon about a girl and some aliens, descends into a homicidal rampage in American Killing and takes his writing crew with him.
Demon Squad, an educational flick about how there’s a whole bunch of supernatural creatures roaming in Mobile, Ala., that us normal folks don’t notice, features paranormal investigator Nick Moon and his psychic assistant fighting a demon boss in a fedora.