Episode 127

Episode 127

It’s a short one this week. I am leaving today to go out of town for the weekend and have been working over time this week to be able to leave early. So with that said my time was very limited watching movies this week, sadly. If you are playing along to the drinking game that The Horror Underground suggested to do with our show, I apologize in advanced for the alcohol poisoning. This week Chuck and I tackle Artsploitation Films blu-ray release of Romain Basset’s psycho-sexual nightmare ridden Horsehead! We also take quick look at Grindhouse Releasing’s of Umberto Lenzi’s Cannibal Ferox!

Episode 125

Episode 125

This week on Exorcast we take a look at Artsploitation Film’s first blu-ray release of Der Samurai, Wild Eye Releasing’s new indie slasher that isn’t Morbid, Blood Slaughter Massacre. We also dive into a two Arrow Video (US) releases of Massacre Gun and the amazing release of Brian Yuzna’s Society and talk about why it may just be the best release of this year. We hear from our good friend Uwe Bowl or however you spell that hack’s name and Chuck gives us the run down on some newly announced Scream Factory news.

Episode 124

Episode 124

This week Chuck and I talk about all sorts of things from what we’ve been watching and what is coming soon. Chuck also mentions Morbid about 32 times. We do however have a few reviews this week. Up first is Blue Underground’s upcoming blu-ray release of Man, Pride and Vengeance (a.k.a. With Django Comes Death) starring Franco Nero, Tina Aumont & Klaus Kinski directed by Luigi Bazzone. Then we have a look at Wild Eye’s release of the documentary Snuff: A Documentary About Killing on Camera directed by Paul von Stoetzel. This is not one that we recommend for everyone!

THEY WILL OUTLIVE US ALL Invades New York and DVD May 19th

They Will Outlive Us All Infests New York

Spreads Nationwide May 19th on DVD and VOD

“Exactly the type of gem I look for in indie cinema. Don’t miss this film!”
-Ain’t It Cool News

New York, NY – After screening at over two dozen film festivals worldwide, the infestation is coming into your home. They Will Outlive Us All will be available nationwide on DVD and VOD May 19th from Wild Eye Releasing. Dealing with the all-too-common problem of a messy roommate, Daniel and Margot find something far more insidious and disgusting growing in their apartment. They must put their differences aside and fight the bugs before they outlive us all.

New York City has been devastated by a series of ‘Frankenstorms,’ food is scarce and all the bridges and tunnels are closed. In this post-apocalyptic city, roommates Margot and Daniel are bracing themselves for not only the next storm, but for something much more gruesome and undead – something growing right inside their apartment building. Can they survive each other long enough to stop it?

Long Out of Print Snuff: A Documentary About Killing on Camera Returns to DVD from Wild Eye

New York, NY – Wild Eye Releasing has announced the April 21st DVD and VOD release of Snuff: A Documentary About Killing on Camera.  Long out of print and sought after since its initial release, Paul von Stoetzel’s documentary seeks to uncover the “truth” about snuff films, and how serial killers and horror classics like Cannibal Holocaust, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre play into the pervasive cultural rumors about these taboo and near-mythical films.

Explore the disturbing urban legend of the “snuff” film, an alleged film where someone is purposely murdered on camera for profit. This compelling documentary features interviews with film professionals, FBI profilers and academics, who all help examine the myths and evidence of snuff films, and its relationship to cult horror movies, serial killers and pornography in our culture.

JONAH LIVES Returns from the Grave on DVD April 21st

Coming from Wild Eye Releasing!

Luis Carvalho’s Jonah Lives

Starring Horror Icon Brinke Stevens

Available Nationwide On DVD April 21st 


New York, NY – Wild Eye Releasing has announced the April 21st DVD release of film festival hit Jonah Lives.  Hailed as “a fine cinematic debut” by Horrornews.net,  Jonah Lives stars B-movie legend Brinke Stevens (Nightmare Sisters, Teenage Exorcist, Bad Girls from Mars) as a woman who thought she’d gotten away with murder, until some bored teens with a ouija board accidentally bring her buried secret back with a vengeance.  The film was shot in Fall River, MA, the home of Lizzie Borden and site of the infamous Borden family murders that remain unsolved to this day.

A group of suburban teenagers find themselves embroiled in a story of revenge from beyond the grave.  Foolishly playing with a ouija board, they contact the spirit of a murdered man. Jonah rips his way out of the earth in the form of a murderous zombie, intent on avenging his untimely demise. Before he can rip out the heart of his killer, he must claim the lives of the teens that disturbed his rest.

Episode 118

Episode 118

This week on Exorcast we are back with some actual reviews! It’s a very short episode so I apologize in advanced. This week we reviewed Matthew Garrett’s Morris County from Unearthed Films, Dustin Wade Mills gore soaked Skinless and HI-8 (Horror Independent Eight) directed by Tony Masiello, Ron Bonk, Chris Seaver, Todd Sheets, Donald Farmer, Brad Sykes, Tim Ritter and Marcus Koch! Wild Eye brings us one hell of a true analog anthology!