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To All A Good Krug: The David Hess Interview (2004)

Few outside the slasher fanbase remember 1980′s To All A Goodnight. Even those inside will cite a hamhanded plot, slackjaw-inducing character actions, and an unconvincing yet excitable spray of oatmeal gore from an airplane propellor – but like many slashers from the era, like it or hate it, pointing out its misgivings is half the [...]

The Last House on the Left DVD Artwork

With news of the DVD’s special features announced yesterday, the artwork for Rogue Pictures’ update of The Last House on the Left has now been revealed

The Last House on the Left DVD Details

The original was certainly a forerunner to the slasher film and there is no denying that the recent remake of Wes Craven’s The Last House on the Left owed more of a debt to the earlier eighties teens-in-peril pics than the unpleasant exploitation flick which it takes its name from

It's Only a Movie: The Last House on the Left (1972)

It’s Only a Movie: The Last House on the Left (1972)

Long before he wowed fans with Freddy Krueger, thriller them with Scream and bored them senseless with Music of the Heart, filmmaker Wes Craven was producing low budget exploitation features in an attempt to shock and disgust audiences. Whilst the more successful of these was his second attempt, The Hills Have Eyes, perhaps his most [...]

Now Showing: The Last House On The Left (2009)

The second LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT movie (third, if you rightly count THE VIRGIN SPRING as the first) is now in theaters across the ol’ USA. Worldwide release dates vary (I sure won’t be getting here it down under in anytime soon).

Last House On The Left Redux Goodies

A redux I’m looking forward to is Rogue Pictures’ take on The Last House On The Left. I’m a huge fan of the original (isn’t everyone?) and aren’t miffed they’re giving it another go-around. Why? Because Last House itself was a retelling of Ingmar Bergman’s The Virgin Spring (1960) plus I think the almost stage-like [...]