15 Brutal Facts About “The Devil’s Rejects”

There’s truly no other filmmaker quite like Rob Zombie. Among horror fans, he’s either loved or hated, but either way, in elicits a strong reaction. Known for his ultra-violent, gritty, and graphic films, none are as iconic (or infamous) as The Devil’s Rejects. So in honor of its 15th anniversary today, we thought it would be fun to take a look at 15 brutal facts … Continue reading 15 Brutal Facts About “The Devil’s Rejects”

“House of 1000 Corpses” vs. “Devil’s Rejects” vs. “3 From Hell”

Spanning 16 years, Rob Zombie’s Firefly family trilogy remains an iconic piece of modern grindhouse cinema.  Each entry came at very different points in Zombie’s career, and each one means something different to audiences.  Admittedly, this is completely subjective, but we still thought it would be fun to take a look at each film and pit them against each other to see which is the … Continue reading “House of 1000 Corpses” vs. “Devil’s Rejects” vs. “3 From Hell”

Servant: “Boba” Review

After watching several of these characters question their own sanity, we the audience finally got to join in!  Servant’s latest episode, “Boba” gives us a much deeper look into Julian than we’ve ever gotten before, all while throwing us a very welcomed curveball. (Disturbing) Adventures in Babysitting The episode begins with a tension building long take on Julian, as he mentally prepares for a night … Continue reading Servant: “Boba” Review

Servant: “Bear” Review

After a thought-provoking series premiere (along with two other episodes), Servant continues on its path of odd and uncomfortable tension.  It proves just what can be done with minimal actors and sets.  In addition to begin a great character study, at times it even feels like a play.  So let’s take a closer look at “Bear”! Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned!!! The episode opens … Continue reading Servant: “Bear” Review

Servant: “Reborn”/”Wood”/”Eel”

As Apple TV enters the arena of the Great Streaming War, its star-studded series such as The Morning Show, as well as its period drama Dickinson, have now been complimented by entirely different fanbase: the horror/thriller crowd. With a huge name like M. Night Shyamlan attached (as executive producer and director of the first episode), Servant certainly has enough buzz to get noticed.  But does … Continue reading Servant: “Reborn”/”Wood”/”Eel”