DNA Banner 02
horror dna logo header right

CoverZigZag checks out the new Troma release of The Last Horror Film, saying it's "...an underground gem that retains its visceral punch nearly 30 years after its release."

Tick that "Read More" below to see what else ZigZag has to say. Warning! There are screenshots contained in the review that are Not Safe For Work!

Read more ...

bellwitchcoverSteve Pattee gives The Bell Witch Legend documentary a spin, hoping to learn more about this infamous legend of Tennessee. He was not happy with the results, saying "...what kills this documentary is its lack of direction and poor editing."

Read more to find out what else that big mouth AR has to say.

Read more ...

ThirstycoverTiffany Shepis dressed in a hot little number, sipping on a cherry Slushy.

That's what ZigZag got to see in his review of Thirsty. He has it so rough.

As you can tell by the description, this review is work questionable. Enjoy!

Read more ...

CoverAlong with his review Zombie Girl, ZigZag brings you his review of Pathogen, Emily Hagins directorial debut!

Read more ...

Zombie Girl Large

What were you doing when you were 12 years old? I bet you that it wasn't making a full-length zombie movie.

ZigZag checks out Zombie Girl today, a documentary about Emily Hagins and her efforts to make her first film, Pathogen.

Read more ...

HHcoverHell House: Book of Samiel are "...one-dimensional gasbags that try to convince the audience they are friends, but spend the majority of the film bickering and breaking any sense of harmony," says Zig. But then again, he also says that one of them "...spends the majority of the film finding different locations in which to take off her clothes, and she jumps at the chance to take a bath in Hell House upon finding a tub partially filled with soapy water."

Can't be all bad, can it? Read more to find out. And remember, naked women + soapy water = Not Safe For Work!

Read more ...

Beneath The Flesh CoverZigZag checks out Beneath the Flesh, a collection of horror films by Randall Kaplan.

Read more ...

Melvin DVD Cover"Melvin is a low budget feature that has genuine heart," says ZigZag in his review of 531 Productions' Melvin.

 

With pictures of zombies, gore and a lady taking a shower, this review is most definitely not safe for work!

Read more ...

The Land that Time Forgot CoverZigZag reviews The Land That Time Forgot and says it "...takes the "We've got to put aside our differences and work together" message to feel-good extremes..."

Plus it's got dinosaurs. Who doesn't like dinosaurs?

Read more ...

A Gothic Tale CoverSteve Pattee checks out KatieBird director Justin Paul Ritter's second feature A Gothic Tale.

Read more ...

Entrails Of A Virgin CoverNothing says hot and bothered like Entrails of a Virgin.

Warning! This review contains images Not Safe For Work!

Read more ...

Jack Ketchums The Girl Next Door Cover

Spend some time with The Girl Next Door and be changed by it.

Read more ...

Bride Of Re Animator CoverJeffrey Combs reprises his role of Dr. Herbert West in Bride of Re-Animator.

Read more ...

Bloodrayne CoverSham takes a look at Uwe Boll's BloodRayne. Uwe Boll.

Read more ...

Bloodrayne 2 Deliverance CoverMilos checks out the Uwe Boll directed classic BloodRayne 2: Deliverance.

Read more ...

Bloodshed CoverDan investigates what's going on in the Bloodshed.

Warning! This review contains images Not Safe For Work.

Read more ...

The Booth CoverNeon finds out what's going on in The Booth

Read more ...

A Bothered Conscience CoverSteve Pattee gives A Bothered Conscience a spin.

Read more ...

Brackish CoverPeople in robes? Not scary.

 

Read more ...

Bram Stokers Draculas Curse Cover

While mostly known for its 'mockbusters', The Asylum can put out a damn decent original movie when it wants to.

Read more ...

­

Join Us!

Hit the buttons below to follow us, you won't regret it...