"Splice's strongest assets are the the fact that it's fairly unpredictable and incredibly intriguing. Whether you like it or hate it, most can probably agree that Splice is the most unusual horror film of 2010."
Get ready for seedy S&M joints, extreme gym shower towel snapping, and phallice anacondas with The Primal Root's look at NOES 2: Freddy's Revenge!
While its premise may seem promising, After.Life is just another run of the mill horror/thriller. You do, however, get to see Christina Ricci bare it all for a good portion of the film. So it's not all bad.
The Collector is well worth picking up as an unforgiving kick to the stomach and must see for gore hounds thirsting for some good thrills and even better kills.
Trash Cinema Collective's very own, The Primal Root, takes a look back at the film to birth one of the most iconic horror villains of all time, as well as one of the most successful and fan-favorite franchises in the genre's history - A Nightmare on Elm Street!
While very light on the horror, I Sell the Dead is nevertheless a graverobbing good time that provides just as much style as it does substance with an excellent character driven narrative and a generous dose of black humor.
Review by: The Primal Root You know, there’s no clear definition for what Trash Cinema is exactly. It’s always in the eye of the beholder.

Review by: Scott Mendelson There is something inescapably terrifying about witnessing something horrible from a completely plausible point of view. Most films, especially horror films, give the audiences a sort of 'eyes-of-God' point of view, giving us the full picture of what's occurring onscreen even when the characters do not have such benefits.