COLUMN: Aaron’s Backstage Pass: Freakshow Cinema Review

Updated: 09/09/2013 3:25 PM By: Aaron Chalich

Photo courtesy of Millcreek Entertainment
Photo courtesy of Millcreek Entertainment

This past week I received a review copy of Mill Creek Entertainment’s “Freakshow Cinema.”  “Freakshow Cinema” is a horror movie collection that contains twelve very creepy and scary films that will shock you.

I was very surprised with this collection of movies because I had never seen any of them before.  They are all new films that were made from 2006 to 2012.  There is one film from 1991, and that is also another film I had not seen.

These films contain stories about demons, zombie invasions, gangs, and serial killers.  The films are some of the freakiest movies I have seen and they are all in one great collection.

The films that are included in the “Freakshow Cinema” set are:
“Tales of the Dead: Grim Stories of Curses, Horror and Gore(2010),” “Cold Creepy Feeling: Paranormal Exorcism (2011),” “Zombie Genocide: Legion of the Damned (2012),” “Indemnity: Rage of a Jealous Vampire (2011),” “The Curse of Blanchard Hill (2006),” “Glitter Goddess: Queen of the Sunset Strip (1991),” “Idol of Evil: Hell is Forever (2009),” “Dark Measures: Gang Warfare (2012),” “Below Ground: Demon Holocaust (2012),” “By The Devils Hands: The 666 Killer (2011),” “Order of One: Kung Fu Killing Spree (2011),” “Tuck Bushman and the Legend of Piddledown Dale (2009).”

The movies looked and sounded great and I really thought the box art on the DVD looked pretty good.

A few of my favorite films were “Tales of the Dead: Grim Stories of Curses, Horror and Gore.”  It’s about a group of friends who try and scare each other by telling horror stories.  I really liked this because it was a series of short stories that were all tied together.  I am a huge fan of films like this, and I thought the stories were unique and very cleverly written.

I also enjoyed “The Curse of Blanchard Hill.”  It is about a group of campers who go camping at Blanchard Hill. Twenty years earlier a man disappeared and was never heard of again. Soon the campers discover that a killer is on the loose.  I thought that this film had a pretty good story, and it was very gory.

Overall I really enjoyed Mill Creek Entertainment’s “Freakshow Cinema” a lot. It’s fun when I come across a collection of horror films that I have never seen before, and I know a lot of people are going to feel the same way.   If you are looking for a great collection of weird, gory and scary films to watch, I would highly recommend “Freakshow Cinema.”  All of the films are rated “R” and contain materials that are suitable for mature audiences.

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Aaron Chalich is a columnist with writing about entertainment news.