After tearing open The Devil’s Honey and thrusting it gently into my Blu-ray player, I teased the play button for a bit and finally, after a few excruciat...[Read More]
If you don’t already know, I also write for the website www.cultsploitation.com, and my friend Ryne (The Moon is a Dead World) also reviews releases there...[Read More]
The Australian 1987 horror film Dark Age feels like a possible Jaws rip-off and older audiences Free Willy before there was a Free Willy. It stars Wolf Creek ac...[Read More]
I love all of George Romero’s work in some manner, even if the movie turns out to not be the best he has produced. Land of the Dead is one of those movies...[Read More]
It’s been going on ten long years since The Poughkeepsie Tapes was supposed to come out. To put it in perspective, Rob Zombie was about to ruin Halloween,...[Read More]
Lucio Fulci has a varied career of cinematic weirdness, which ranges from gory zombie flicks, psycho slashers and quirky Giallos. This time around my review is ...[Read More]
Stendhal syndrome, Stendhal’s syndrome, hyperkulturemia, or Florence syndrome is a psychosomatic disorder that causes rapid heartbeat, dizziness, fainting...[Read More]
Hell Up in Harlem may or may not live up to the original film, but it sure sports a lot of excellent action and over the top goodness. Oliver Film releases a ni...[Read More]
The Fox with a Velvet Tail may be light on the violence, but the mystery, eroticism and intrigue make things interesting. A solid Blu-ray from Mondo Macabro.
The Resurrected Blu-ray from Scream Factory beats the German Blu release in the video and features department. The film is a practical effects spectacle.
The Dead Next Door is obviously a low budget zombie flick, but it’s got lots of heart and passion behind the scenes, and that’s what makes it so dam...[Read More]