Orrin Grey


REVIEW: Abattoir

Local-boy-made-good Darren Lynn Bousman, who hails from Overland Park, broke into the horror scene by directing a handful of the earliest sequels in the Saw fra...

BLU-RAY REVIEW: Dolls (1987)

What to say about Dolls? Though it wouldn't be released until the following year, Dolls was actually Stuart Gordon's follow-up to Re-Animator, filmed back-to-ba...

REVIEW: Ouija (2014)

As someone who was a young kid during the 80s, I have some dim memories of all the Satanic Panic stuff that went on back then. My older brother—who listened to ...

REVIEW: Tusk (2014)

The first film in Kevin Smith's proposed (dreaded?) "True North Trilogy," Tusk may have the distinction of being the first torture porn comedy. It's clearly bui...

REVIEW: Tourist Trap (1979)

At this year's Crypticon KC, I found myself at Charles Band's booth, signing up for Full Moon Streaming and walking away from the table with an armload of free ...

REVIEW: Case 39 (2009)

Don't feel bad if you haven't heard of Case 39. I hadn't either, until I saw a trailer for it in front of something else recently. Or, if I had heard of it, I'd...

REVIEW: The Raid 2 (2014)

For those few of you who haven't yet seen it, 2011's The Raid is an utterly fantastic little film, built up of jaw-dropping action set pieces on an incredibly s...
Orrin Grey

Orrin Grey

Critic, Reporter

Orrin Grey is a skeleton who likes monsters. When asked, he claims to mostly write oubliettes.