Posts Tagged "monsters"

House & House II: The Second Story Blu

When I was a kid, I grew up watching a lot of T.V. I remember on weekends watching cheesy action flicks, sci-fi movies, and horror flicks that played on basic cable. Films like The Thing and Big Trouble in Little China, the Puppet Master movies, and more would play on lazy Saturday afternoons when my […]

C.H.U.D. (1984)

Back during the dvd boom of the early 2000’s when Anchor Bay was king, I picked up C.H.U.D. dirt cheap. I love horror movies (obviously) but my favorite kind of horror movie is the monster flick. Gimmie a monster and i’m a happy fan. I watched it and liked it, but didn’t love it. The […]

Creature Feature: Nature Turned Nasty In The Movies (2014)

Growing up as movie obsessed youth I cut my teeth on Harryhausen dynamation epics, action movies, and whatever monster flick my folks would let me put my hands on. As I grew older I moved on to more grotesque films and pursued the goriest of the gory and the most over the top action films […]

Toxic Graveyard Podcast Episode #1: The Pit (1981)

Hey fiends and freaks we’ve got a fresh episode of the Toxic Graveyard podcast! This time we review The Pit (1981) and both Uncouth and Jose were new to the film. Download here and enjoy!

Men in Suits (2013)

It should come as no surprise that as a kid I loved monster movies. I remember loving the Halloween season not so much for the candy but for all the spooky shows and movies. I loved monsters the most. Growing up in the 90’s, cable stations played a lot of movies from the 70’s and […]

Creeptales (1986?)

As my favorite time of year draws near I’ve started getting into the Halloween mood. I’ve been trying to watch more horror movies of late and recently I saw someone post on facebook about Creeptales, a long lost anthology from the 80’s. I LOVE to watch anthologies during this time of year, they really suit […]

Things (1989)

Any regular reader of Toxic Graveyard will know how much we love DIY horror here. There’s something empowering and inspiring about seeing a group of people get together and make a film even if they don’t have the money or technical knowhow to do it. From Redneck Zombies, to The Basement, to Killing Spree, there’s […]