P.J. Woodside

Movie Review: GoatSucker (2009)

The title, GoatSucker, may sound like a disturbingly niche adult movie, but it actually refers to the Puerto Rican myth of El Chupacabra, a bear-like carnivore believed to feed on livestock and humans. Made in 2009, this seminal monster movie is brought to the small screen by Steve Hudgins, who most recently authored the woeful…

Movie Review: It Lives in the Attic (2016)

It Lives in the Attic? “It Lives in the Back of the Amazon Watchlist,” more like. Here is the latest from questionable auteur Steve Hudgins, the founder of Big Biting Pig Productions, a company specializing in ultra-low budget films made by him and his partner in crime, P.J. Woodside. The plot of It Lives in…

Movie Review: The Caretakers (2014)

“In life, there are many different paths to choose from. Some choose a common path, some choose a path less traveled, and some choose a path unknown.” In Steve Hudgins’ The Caretakers, some have chosen to protect the undead — vampires — and dedicate their lives to providing safety and food for them. One such…

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