Friday, May 18, 2012

New from 'Brain Damage Films'


April slashers bring May cadavers

Lots of exciting news this month for indie horror!  We've got two awesome new releases, a couple movies now available on cable/satellite Video On Demand, and more!  Keep on reading to find out more.
Oh, and for being one of our loyal Gorehounds you can use the coupon code MAY15 to get 15% off your order at!


Rise of the Animals      Operation: Nazi Zombies
Rise of the Animals
Animals across the world have risen up and turned on humanity. A determined pizza delivery driver sets out on a perilous cross-country road trip to reunite with the woman he almost lost his virginity to. Accompanied by his friends, they make their way battling hordes of blood-thirsty animals!
"Insanely Badass... You can tell that this is influenced by The Evil Dead"
Operation: Nazi Zombies
A team of Army Special Forces is sent into a secluded, secret biological weapons facility, only to fall prey to the specimens of a Nazi experiment that was recreated by the Army Chemical Corps and the CIA after World War II.
"Fans of Zombie films will find some satisfaction in the organ-munching horde hidden deep within the bowels of the government compound.-Mike Clifford, Indie Horror News

Monday, May 14, 2012

Horrorphilia's Much of Madness/More of Sin Podcast #13

Lucky number 13 of ‘Much of Madness’ pays homage to the one and only IRON MAIDEN. Oh, and we also review the 1987 gorefest ‘Slugs’, the 1971 gothic vampire flick ‘Daughters of Darkness’, the 2011 indie slasher ‘Raymond Did It’ from R-Squared Films and the 2005 Canadian Fantasy film ‘Marker’ …plus two shitty thrillers ‘The Nurse’ from 1997 and Paul Lynch’s ‘Cross Country’ from 1983.
Horrorphilia Jason joins in with a couple slashers: Troma’s so-bad-it’s-good ‘Blood Hook’ from 1986 and the so-bad-it’s-BAD ‘Warlock Moon’ from 1973.
We also unveil number 6 of our Top 10 horror movies of all-time.
Music by: MAIDEN! …and The Cramps
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