Last year we tickled your holiday horror bone with a series entitled The Six Slays of Christmas. After reviewing the list, we realized there was a ton of horror projects that could and should have been added. So welcome to The Six Slays of Christmas 2012.
Ah yes, kids! It's in the air. Everyone's just a little happier and smiling just a bit more. Festive decor lines the streets, we've been spiking our eggnog since Tuesday, and I'm finally done adding glitter and paint to my testicles (one red, one green) so I can dangle them like mistletoe anywhere I can that won’t involve me getting thrown into jail for the weekend.
You want cool? We're talking really cool? Then you need to check out Jason Eisener's short film Treevenge. We don't care what you're doing. Screw your job and your boss. Let the baby cry. Turn off your TV talk shows! WATCH THIS NOW!
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Mike Cleven, Glen Matthews, Kristin Slaney Directed by Jason Eisener “Brilliant” isn’t a word I like to use a lot when it comes to reviewing horror; very few films can boast all the right elements to be granted such a distinction, but Jason Eisener’s follow up to the Grindhouse-award winning film “Hobo With a Shotgun” cannot, with any fairness, be called anything else.
Tomorrow night kicks off this year’s Boston Underground Film Festival in a very sick, twisted, and joyously demented way: with a screening of Frank Henenlotter’s latest body horror opus Bad Biology!