Mike Imboden has been watching horror and sci-fi films since the mid 70s when he first saw The Wolfman on Sir Graves Ghastly out of Detroit. Since then he’s developed an affinity for 80s slasher movies, zombie films and Godzilla. Mike is also into comics and has written for a number of small press comics, most notably Fist of Justice (which he co-created) as well as being a contributor to the New York Times best-selling FUBAR anthologies. In addition to what you read here, he is also a contributing writer for That’s Not Current.
Gruesome Reviews

“Killer Pinata” (2016): A Fun Movie That Gets an “A” for Effort

The best thing about the world of horror is the multitude of sub-genres that exist within it. You’ve got slashers, zombies, ghosts, demons, vampires, werewolves… the list goes on and on. And now, thanks to director Stephen Tramontana, the woefully underpopulated murderous piñata sub-genre has another entry with Killer Piñata. Now, it’s a safe bet […]

Gruesome Reviews

“Parasites” (2017): The Streets of L.A. are Paved with Good Intentions and Metaphors

Going by the title alone, one might think writer/director Chad Ferrin’s Parasites was going to be a movie about a contagion or something involving actual parasites that possibly eat their hosts from within. Y’know, something suspenseful and gory. Instead, what we’ve got here are metaphorical parasites, not a lot of suspense and some gore. Parasites […]