Articles by Tim Clark


January 4, 2006 // 0 Comments

About three quarters of the way through Scarred, I found myself physically squirming in my seat, watching in utter shock as a pretty, young female loses a hard-fought battle with a grotesque, backwoods monstrosity. Unraveling in slow, unflinching detail, [...]

The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls In Love

May 24, 2004 // 0 Comments

The spirit of independent cinema is to inspire thought and creativity without the stifling corporate interference that typically accommodates mainstream fare. Unfortunately, ’The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls In Love’, an independent feature [...]

Eli Roth: For the Love of Horror

April 6, 2004 // 0 Comments

An exclusive interview with “Cabin Fever” director Eli Roth By now, readers of this site are familiar with charismatic director Eli Roth and his quest to bring “Cabin Fever” to the big screen. But do you know his entire story? Didn’t think so. [...]

Lamb Of God: Terror And Hubris

January 22, 2004 // 0 Comments

No other band in recent heavy metal history has captured my attention and undying devotion faster than Lamb of God. The band’s current release, ’As the Palaces Burn’, is deadly concoction of blistering guitar riffs, throaty growls and rapid-fire [...]


January 5, 2004 // 0 Comments

If you’re a horror movie fan, you’ve probably read a few tantalizing snippets here and there about the gritty film ‘Lucky’. While the buzz is somewhat justified, ultimately, ‘Lucky’ will be known for its subtle, engaging spin on the serial [...]

They Crawl

October 30, 2002 // 0 Comments

Nothing says Halloween like a grimy cockroach flick. ‘The Nest’, ‘Creepy Crawlers’, ‘Mimic’, ‘Bugged’ and the classic ‘Creepshow’ segment ‘They’re Creeping Up On You’, are roach-infested treats. ‘They Crawl’, the latest foray [...]

Hookers At The Point

October 7, 2002 // 0 Comments

Readers beware. This is not ’Pretty Woman’ territory. The hardened hookers in this fascinating documentary are street-wise businesswomen hell-bent on turning a quick buck. If you’re looking for a harmless T & A romp, look elsewhere. If you want [...]

Crocodile2: Death Swamp

September 17, 2002 // 0 Comments

When it comes to satisfying, low-budget creature features, director Gary Jones delivers. From the bloody good bite of Mosquito to the creepy-crawly assault of Spiders, Jones is living proof that you don’t need a boatload of cash to create eye-popping [...]

The Sopranos: The Complete Third Season

September 13, 2002 // 0 Comments

To some, New Jersey means toxic waste, big hair and Bon Jovi. To me, a New Jersey native, it means only one thing: The Sopranos. Sure, HBO’s mob masterpiece has gunned its way into the hearts and minds of mainstream America, but the series painstaking [...]

Sepultura: Chaos DVD

September 10, 2002 // 0 Comments

Forget Metallica. Sepultura ruled the heavy metal roost from the mid eighties-mid nineties, unleashing a Brazilian blend of ultra-heavy riffs, throat-shredding vocals and tribal drumming. Their unique take on the genre has influenced many of today’s [...]
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