Monster of the Week: Drukija, the Contessa of Blood (Verotika) – 2019 | New 5th Edition Monster

“So she’s a virgin?“ I pretty much said all I had to say about Verotika the last time I presented a monster from that movie. It’s not a good film and there’s really nothing to say about it. But it does have some weird villains and so here’s another dose of the bizarre and aContinue reading “Monster of the Week: Drukija, the Contessa of Blood (Verotika) – 2019 | New 5th Edition Monster”

Monster of the Week: Neck Breaker (Verotika) – 2019 | New 5th Edition Monster

“Don’t wake up, it is too soon!“ Verotika is not a good movie. Glenn Danzig (founder of punk band Misfits and all-round awesome musician) wrote, directed and scored this anthology horror-movie which was based on his adult line of comics published under the same name as the film. I will admit to having a softContinue reading “Monster of the Week: Neck Breaker (Verotika) – 2019 | New 5th Edition Monster”

Unsolved Horrors – Arachne (Supernatural) | New 5th Edition Monster

Deceptive and ravenous, the arachne from the dark fantasy series Supernatural are a race of formerly extinct arachnid shape-changers. With a powerful bite, they infect their victims with a powerful poison that breakdown mortals into a soupy meal, or doom other mortals to their own hideous forms. Though taken from Greek myth, the arachne ofContinue reading “Unsolved Horrors – Arachne (Supernatural) | New 5th Edition Monster”

Monster of the Week: Gray Widower

Expiation! Film Synopsis: Stephen King’s 1987 novella The Mist gets a politically-charged adaptation in its 2007 production of the same name. Filmed in a highly tense post-terrorist American but shot with a love of classic horror by Director Frank Darabont (The Majestic, The Green Mile), the film maker stated that the black and white DVD, releasedContinue reading “Monster of the Week: Gray Widower”

Monster of the Week: Arachni-Lobster

There’s Something in the Mist! Film Synopsis: Stephen King’s 1987 novella The Mist gets a politically-charged adaptation in its 2007 production of the same name. Filmed in a highly tense post-terrorist American but shot with a love of classic horror by Director Frank Darabont (The Majestic, The Green Mile), the film maker stated that the blackContinue reading “Monster of the Week: Arachni-Lobster”