Tag Archives: comedy


Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, The

1974 / d. Tobe Hooper
Tobe Hooper is a smart man. When he created the follow-up to his original masterpiece, he took it in a completely different direction (in much the same way that Sam Raimi did with EVIL DEAD 2) infusing it with tongue-in-cheek comedy, introducing new characters, and fleshing out the storyline even further. Bill Moseley stars as the demented Choptop, a Vietnam vet with a metal plate in his head who perpetually eats little pieces of his scalp with a heated hanger. De-lish! Highly recommended, highly entertaining, and highly… well… just rent the damn thing already and enjoy.


Return of the Living Dead

1985 / d. Dan O’Bannon
A quintessential American horror classic, this vigorously paced horror/comedy is ridiculous fun to watch. A well chosen punk-rock soundtrack drives the film steadily along, while solid performances and some typically eighties special effects blend together to create one of the best zombie films in the history of the genre. “More BRAAAAAINS!


Night of the Demons 2

1994 / d. Brian Trenchard-Smith
Angela, the Halloween hostess from hell, returns to throw another killer party! When teenagers begin transforming into horrible mouth-foaming demons, it becomes up to a ruler-weilding Catholic school nun to save the day. Slapstick horror goodness from start to finish puts this one with the ranks of EVIL DEAD 2 and RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD. Plenty of boobs, plenty of gore, and plenty of good old fashioned horror hilariaty.