The Screwfly Solution (2006) – MASTERS OF HORROR REVIEW

By Geno McGahee OK, the second season of MASTERS OF HORROR has not been in the same league as the first, but they’re still pretty good and “pretty good” is the best way to describe THE SCREWFLY SOLUTION tale. There is a virus going around that are turning all men into women-hunting killers. There is […]


Pro-Life (2006) – John Carpenter Masters of Horror Review

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I love Masters of Horror. It’s a modern and superior version of Tales From the Crypt and I really wish I had found it sooner.  I wished it was still on as it took Hollywood’s greatest names of horror and brought us interesting and fun short films about it. Now […]

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Sounds Like (2006) – Brad Anderson Masters of Horror review

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Sometimes in horror there are no villains.  Even when there’s a murderer present, it doesn’t necessarily make that individual a bad person.  For example, I don’t believe Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) was a bad guy in Psycho (1960). He was just thoroughly confused and mentally disturbed, but he wasn’t evil. […]

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Sick Girl (2006) – Lucky McKee MASTERS OF HORROR REVIEW

By Geno McGahee Lucky McKee, the man behind THE WOMAN and MAY has a great talent for making memorable female characters and he does it again in the MASTERS OF HORROR tale “SICK GIRL,” an incredibly fun watch. Ida (Angela Bettis) works with bugs and she loves her job. She brings her job home and […]


Imprint (2006) – Takashi Miike Masters of Horror HORROR REVIEW

By Geno McGahee OK, let me put this out there right away. I hate torture-porn horror films and I’m not too fond of the horror entries from Asia. THE RING was OK, and there were a few others that were average, but overall, I don’t dig it. Their culture is different than my culture and […]


Haeckel’s Tale (2006) – Clive Barker Masters of Horror HORROR REVIEW

By Geno McGahee Anything that takes place in the 19th century doesn’t really strike my fancy. I like to relate to things and when I see a film made in this time period, I’m taken out of it, but I have elected to review ALL of the Masters of Horror entries and had to proceed. […]

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The Fair Haired Child (2006) – William Malone MASTERS OF HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee William Malone, known for FEAR DOT COM and HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL, tries his hand at the MASTERS OF HORROR with the demonic monster movie: THE FAIR HAIRED CHILD, and it was a fantastic horror film. Tara (Lindsay Pulsipher) is an outcast at school. She is tormented by her classmates and is […]

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Deer Woman (2005) – John Landis MASTERS OF HORROR Review

By Geno McGahee John Landis, the mind behind AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON brings his vision to the MASTERS OF HORROR series with a fun tale about a Native American legend that stomps men to death. It was part horror, part comedy, and it was rather good. Dwight Faraday (Brian Benben) is a cop that […]


Chocolate (2005) – Mick Garris MASTERS OF HORROR Review

By Geno McGahee I about halfway through the MASTERS OF HORROR collection and I am very impressed thus far, but I was bound to find a mediocre one eventually. CHOCOLATE is a film by Mick Garris, the mind behind the 1993 classic HOCUS POCUS, and he has kept that same standard with this one. In […]


Jenifer (2005) – Dario Argento MASTERS OF HORROR Review

By Geno McGahee Dario Argento is known for his artistic horror films. He knows how to create something beautiful, even if it’s gruesome. I was very interested to see what he would contribute to the MASTERS OF HORROR series and his entry “JENIFER” proved to be an incredibly fun film. It wasn’t scary, but it […]


Joe Dante’s Homecoming (2005) Masters of Horror Movie Review

By Melissa Antoinette Garza Recently, I have been watching the Showtime series Masters of Horror.  When they first aired, I didn’t have Showtime and only saw a few episodes.  I made the effort to seek out the Robert Englund episode as I watch everything with him in it.  I also was fortunate enough to see […]

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John Carpenter’s Cigarette Burns (2005) – MASTERS OF HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee I am a huge fan of John Carpenter. His track record is amazing and even his so-so work is better than that majority of the horror that is out there. So, I was very eager to see his entry in the MASTERS OF HORROR series. His short film CIGARETTE BURNS is a […]