We’ve been keeping up with indie director Tricia Lee, and her first two films Clean Break (review) and Silent Retreat (review), so it was great to have the chance to chat with her now that the first films have been released. There’s a great deal of passion behind any good indie film because that push is required to […]
The following is a guest post from Alex at Cinema Club. There are plenty of horror movie series to choose from, all with their own share of blood, guts, and gore. However, we’re going to be picking from the ones with the most kills. Sure, we could list iconic serial killers like Hannibal Lecter, or […]
Most fans of zombie films are quite familiar with the Romero classics, the Italian zombie boom in the late 70’s and 80’s, and then the recent overflow of the living dead. But one of the last decades to come to mind in a brief synopsis of the zombie history of film is the 90’s. Sure […]
What time is it? Adventure Time!… no wait… Zombie Time! Yep, you heard right, we’re just insane enough to do yet another month of zombies, zombies, and more zombies. You called us crazy for doing it in 2012, but against all better judgment we did it again in 2013, and now we’ve certainly lost our minds […]
We’re going to try out a new interview series where we talk with bands, musicians, artists, etc. that seem to share a common ground with this site and our readers: horror geekdom. We’ll call it Horror Geek Chat; so it is written, so it shall be done. Gama Bomb’s Joe McGuigan graciously agreed to be the first in […]
It’s here! The Ultimate Gore-a-thon 2014 is seeing a bit of an early start, so it’s time to get the gore going. Do you remember last year’s Gore-a-thon? It was awesome. And this year we’re seeing a return of many of the sites that were involved last year, plus we’ve added several new faces to […]
Asian horror has conquered a niche with a growing fanbase a bit all over the world. From creepy chillers to extreme violence, some of the freshest horror movies hail from such countries as Japan, Korea and Thailand. Yet quite a few titles fall through the cracks and remain virtually unknown even in their own countries […]
For this first entry, let's connect classic to crap (no matter how popular the crap) by following the trail from beloved Hitchcock thriller PSYCHO to the modern film that became a cult favorite by title alone, SHARKNADO. I chose these two before making any connections just because I figured it would be an amusing pair of polar opposite genre films. So this should be fun.
Just the other day we showed you the new FOUNDERS DAY concept trailer, and since then we’ve had the chance to chat with writer/director Erik C Bloomquist about his upcoming horror film. Interview with Erik C Bloomquist Jonny Dead: What is your ultimate vision for FOUNDERS DAY? Erik C Bloomquist: We want to create an experience […]
Well, it’s Valentine’s Day again. Whether you’re single, shaking your fist at couples walking by and listing off the reasons that it’s better to be single, or if you’ve got a significant other and you’re looking for that last minute gift that won’t get you kicked out of the house or at least down to […]
The Blood Sucking Geek was developed as a single-author horror movie review blog by Jonny Dead. After an overhaul, the site now has multiple authors, and provides reviews, lists, discussions, and news of horror films, games, and music. We are all fans of obscure, classic, cult, unknown and under-appreciated horror. For this reason, we all strive to create a renewed interest in the lesser known parts of the genre, and to inform readers of films/games/music that they may not already be aware of.