Gruesome Reviews

“Chupacabra Territory” (2016): Confusing Liberties with Lore Drag Down Found-Footage Effort

I always try to root for non-theatrical, low-budget  films because oftentimes, maximum effort is put into them, although low budgets, new directors or  writers, or lack of star power can create an uphill battle. That being said, I ignored the warning postings and ventured into Chupacabra Territory.  Taking liberties with a film is fine; as […]

Gruesome Reviews

“The Haunting of Alice D” (2016) : A satisfying mashup of an old-school haunted house with modern low-budget horror

In The Haunting of Alice D, the modern descendant of a 19th century brothel owner celebrates the renovation of the building by throwing a wild party, complete with prostitutes and drugs. This does not sit well with the ghost of Alice D, a young woman previously sold into sex slavery and whose life ended tragically […]