My appreciation for Richard Glenn Schmidt’s work has been clear on this site. I have reviewed his zine, Fang of Joy (and have appeared within it’s pages most recently), and his first book Giallo Meltdown. Cinema Somnambulist (a title I struggle to say) is his latest cinema related published work and of course I have […]
I love film. I love books. So I love film related books. Whether they are biographies, histories, or reference guides, I’ve got a stack of them and love learning about the broad and strange world of film from across the globe and across time. Rare is the book that crosses my path that doesn’t easily […]
It’s been awhile since I’ve watched any giallo films in earnest. For a while, I couldn’t get enough but after seeing a few misfires in a row I suppose I moved on to other interests. Author Richard Glenn Schmidt did not. His obsession with gialli is like an ever burning flame and that flame can […]
About a year ago I snagged myself a copy of Fang of Joy #1, reviewed here, and really enjoyed it. An American zine that focuses exclusively on Eurohorror, it fills a great niche of interest and does so with humor and wit. I’ve been waiting patiently for number 2 to come out and was super […]
It’s that time again folks. Episode 3 is live and ready for you. This time we cover Maniac (2012) starring Elijah Wood. Did we like it? Did we hate it? Give a listen to find out here.
Hey there fiends and foes we’ve got a fresh episode of the Toxic Graveyard Podcast! In this episode we cover the John Carpenter classic Prince of Darkness. Download it here.
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!
Hello dear readers I have decided to pull the Toxic Graveyard podcast out of retirement and start fresh with episode #0 with my co-host Jose. It’s been 3 years almost exactly since I did one last so I figured it was time. We review Riddick (2013) and Elysium (2013) sitting outside at our local Drive-In […]
I’m a big fan of print zines. To be honest when I look around on the internet, I’m searching for raw data. Is the movie good or not? Then I move on. If a review is long, I skip most of it. With print however, I enjoy long reviews and articles. I like holding something […]
Well it’s that time again fiends and foes, episode 8 is here. This time we have Josh Schafer, editor in chief of Lunchmeat Magazine, a magazine dedicated to VHS and resurrecting obscure gems. We talk about the magazine, vhs collecting in general and why tapes rule. Enjoy it here. Check out Lunchmeat’s myspace here.