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December 4, 2018

There are few directors working today capable of generating the kind of consistent and unbridled intensity throughout a feature film like Anthony DiBlasi. 

From his debut, Dread, which adapted one of Clive Barker's most harrowing short stories, to Last Shift, a balls-ou...

March 16, 2018

There are directors who make fantastic escapism, who craft incredible adventures and utilize the most cutting-edge technology to transport viewers to worlds they might never have otherwise imagined.

And there are directors who create heart-wrenching human drama, who min...

February 16, 2018

James Mark has helped bring amazing action sequences to thrilling fruition in both big-budget theatrical releases and small-screen television shows since 2006. 

He's worked on films like Pacific RimRoboCop and Repo Men, and on genre TV shows like Transporter: The Seri...

February 16, 2018

Adam Green has been making great horror movies, and great horror-comedy television, for 12 years now. He burst onto the genre scene in a big way in 2006 with Hatchet, his ode to the stalk-and-slash, unstoppable killer genre that he grew up watching.

But now, with his fi...

February 14, 2018

Brandon Christensen is not a name you’re likely familiar with, but you should be.

In just nine years, Christensen has gone from writing and directing short films to forging a creative relationship with genre director Colin Minihan, and serving as a producer on Minihan’s...

October 6, 2017

Xavier Gens is a name that genre fans should be well-familiar with. 

The French director exploded on the scene in 2007 with Frontière(s), a brutal, unrelenting slice of survival horror propelled by a repugnant group of neo-Nazi antagonists . 

In 2011, he returned wi...

September 3, 2017

In just his second feature film, writer-director Nicholas Bushman has delivered a savage indictment on society, personal desperation and the cost of surviving in a world gone mad.  

Union Furnace is harrowing, and fascinating. It imagines a world where the Haves an...

June 26, 2017

A lot of young directors get their start with a low-budget first film that hopefully attracts enough attention and earns enough critical praise and revenue receipts to justify that director moving forward to a new project. 

But how many first-time directors get the oppo...

June 14, 2017

A former child actor turned genre icon, Noah Segan has starred in many of your most favorite horror, sci-fi and dark thrillers released in the past nine years. 

Beginning with Deadgirl in 2008, Segan has amassed a sterling resume, but if you don't know his name, you def...

May 10, 2017

Superhero movies are all the rage right now, but most of them -- including the bulk of the Marvel Studios and DC Entertainment output -- follow a specific pattern.  

Italian director, actor, producer and composer Gabriele Mainetti has no patience for following...

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Have you ever watched a movie that was so terrible, so make-your-eyeballs-bleed bad that you wondered ‘Why didn’t somebody warn me not to watch this?’ Or you found out after all your friends about an underground cult classic in the making and you thought, ‘Why didn’t I know about this sooner?’


Welcome to BVB: Blood Violence and Babes, your online movie mecca.


Here at BVB, we love movies – all kinds of movies. The good, the awful, the truly bizarre. We particularly love those rare diamonds in the rough that reaffirm our belief in the power of cinema. It might be a gross-out gore-fest from some tiny country where a fledgling director came up with a magnificent reinvention of The Evil Dead. It might be a mind-blowing science-fiction opus that leaves us sputtering in cosmic disbelief. Or it just might be a fun drive-in flick about a bunch of naked, nubile co-eds who have to fend off an unstoppable madman.


Whatever the case, BVB is here to take the viewing bullet for you and let you know whether it’s worth you investing 90 minutes or more of your life to watch the entire thing.


Each week, you will find a roundup of the latest New Releases with several of our favorites chosen for a longer review. These are the films we think you should definitely out or the ones we would recommend you absolutely avoid.


Sometimes, we get to talk to the people who make our favorite movies, either the director, the stars or the writers. Those interviews can be found in our aptly-named section, A Conversation With.


So pull up your couch, pop some corn, crack open a beer and stay awhile. Somewhere, right now, there’s a movie playing that just might change your life. And BVB hopes to be your source for finding out all about it.