Macabre Month of Horror movie review #17 Re-Animator special video review

**WARNING THIS REVIEW IS DEFINITELY NOT SUITABLE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES** This is a very special video review for the Macabre Month of Horror. Our seventeenth review is “Re-Animator” anda special guest will be stopping by. So check out Re-Animator and subscribe to our YouTube channel to see any new videos coming out, and keep checking back…

The Descent (2005) Macabre Month of Horror 2013 #13

The basic plot of “The Descent” is as follows. A group of women go on an annual extreme outing. The expedition leads them on a spelunking trip into an unnamed cave. What begins as an incredibly tense and claustrophobic trip through the cave, ends as a blood strewn battle against batlike monsters. The first section…

Macabre Month of Horror movie review #6 ‘The Orphanage’ (2007)

“The Orphanage“ is a Spanish film from 2007 that garnered a great deal of praise upon its release. The film was directed by J.A. Bayona who before this had only done short films and videos. “The Orphanage” was his first feature film, and it’s a very impressive debut. The direction is solid and is one…

Macabre Month of Horror 2013 movie review #5 Final Remains’ aka ‘Mortuary’

Our number 5 review for the Macabre Month of Horror is “Final Remains“. Please  enjoy this very special video review. Keep checking back all October long for a new horror review everyday during this year’s Macabre Month of Horror. Related articles Macabre Month of Horror movie review #1 ‘Pieces’ (1982) (greencarbon2112.wordpress.com) Vacancy (2007) – Macabre Month…

Macabre Month of Horror 2013 movie review #1 ‘Pieces’ (1982)

MACABRE MONTH OF HORROR #1 Kicking off the Macabre Month of Horror is a special Jumping off Point video review of the movie “Pieces“. A Jumping Off Point review is an unscripted group review of a movie. We use the movie as a jumping off point to launch into other topics. These reviews get the…

The 2013 Macabre Month of Horror begins tomorrow!

Tomorrow is October first, which means it’s the first day of the Macabre Month of Horror. Thirty one reviews in 31 days starting tomorrow. Thirty one horror reviews giving you recommendations for things to check out on Halloween as well as letting you know which movies you should avoid. We’ll be covering classics as well as…

The Raid: Redemption ~ Jumping Off Point Review

Members of the Newfound Film Making Club review the movie The Raid: Redemption. SUMMARY: A S.W.A.T. team becomes trapped in a tenement run by a ruthless mobster and his army of killers and thugs. Director/Writer:  Gareth Evans Stars:  Iko Uwais, Ananda George, Ray Sahetapy WARNING: This video contains profanity Related articles ‘Battleship’ Writers Penning ‘The Raid: Redemption’ American Remake (screenrant.com) The…

Latest updates from the Bristol Books Examiner

I’ve been writing for the Examiner about books and book related subjects and events in New Hampshire for a little over a year. The Examiner website has gone through some major changes not only to its look, but how it pays its writers. You see, the Examiner doesn’t pay per article, they pay per click…

Inspired by Old Spice ~ The Crew Your Crew Could Film Like

The Newfound Film Making Club was founded by Sam at Newfound Regional High School and I (Amy Lyn) am the coordinator. We opened the club this summer to all community members.One of our newest members, Eli, came up with the idea for this video spoofing an Old Spice Commercial to help promote the club and…

De-Jango Unspoken (Fake grindhouse trailer)

Members of the Newfound Film Making Club recently made a couple of fake grindhouse style trailers to play during a double feature film event. The club was founded by Green Carbon 2112’s own Sam and “advised” by Amy Lyn. Here is one of the trailers “De-Jango Unspoken” a parody of the Quentin Tarantino film Django…