About Brundlefly Joe

Brundlefly Joe has acted in a few zero budget horror films, including playing the amazing Victim #2 in the short film "Daisy Derkins, Dogsitter of the Damned! (2008)." He has been busy creating film submission for Project 21 and other Philadelphia based film groups. Joe went to college for Film and Animation, and has made several short animation and film pieces. He loves to draw and paint and read; sometimes the same time! His passions include 1980's slasher movies, discovering new music, gobbling up Mexican food, buying stuff on Amazon, chilling with his lovely cat, watching movies involving Marvel superheroes, playing video games and cooking. He loves to cook. Like, a lot. Seriously. Brundleflies have four arms. He can cook two different dishes at the same time. He's great to have at parties. Just don't ask him to tenderize your food. He might get the wrong idea and go all Cronenberg on your plate.

Only a Whisper, Not Yet a SCREAM. I review MTV’s latest Horror Series

  “Why are you crying?” “What?” “I don’t like to see you sad.” “Are you watching me?” “It’s what you want, right? On Instagram, on Facebook. Big smiles, perfect lives. But I know the truth.” “Who the hell IS this?” “I’m the one who’s gonna lift the mask.”     … Read More

Wes Craven announces “People Under The Stairs Vs Shocker.” Entire world astonished.

  Wes Craven, the master of cinematic dread who gave us sassy bedtime boogeyman Freddy Krueger and lethal horror fanatic Ghostface, announced via Twitter yesterday that he would soon be pitting two of his least interesting films against each other….1991’s oddball horror thriller “The People Under The Stairs” and the … Read More

I Can’t Rest In Pieces Until I’ve Screamed About “City of the Living Dead”

“City of the Living Dead” aka “The Gates of Hell” (1980) one of the quintessential Luci Fulci zombie movies, is about a news reporter and a psychic that race against time to close the Gates of Hell before they are opened for good. As once the Gates open, the dead … Read More

I’ve Got No Beef With The Zesty Cheese Served Up In Slaughterhouse

Lester Bacon has fallen on hard times, and now his slaughterhouse is about to be bought out by corporate shills. To make things worse, his rotund, mentally challenged son Buddy has taken up the family business, but instead of chopping up animals, he’s moved on to people, the other white … Read More

THE BOOGENS Slithers into Your Heart with its Simple Charms

  “The Boogens” is a 1981 monster movie directed by James Conway, featuring fanged turtles with tentacles that are viciously guarding an abandoned silver mine. When the mine is bought and reopened, the Boogens go on a killing spree in an attempt to keep people out of the mine.   … Read More

In the Aussie chiller Next of Kin, Old People Fall Down and They Can’t Get Up

Next Of Kin (1982). Directed by Tony Williams. A daughter inherits an elderly rest home, where things aren’t quite what they seem. After several untimely deaths, Linda comes across her mother’s diary and discovers that the tragic events her mother wrote about are happening again.   When Linda (Jacki Kerin) inherits the … Read More

Unfriended Knows What you Uploaded Last Summer

An online group chat turns sinister when a ghost from their past appears and begins punishing people for the death of a friend. Directed by Levan Gabriadze, script written by Nelson Greaves, based on original ideas by developer Timur Bekmambetov. “Unfriended” was developed by Jason Blum; the producer of “Insidious”, … Read More