REVIEWS

7.8

Good

The Ghoul – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Let me get straight to the point with this review. I watched Arrow Video’s Blu-ray release of The Ghoul, and I’ll be frank with you, I have no idea ...[Read More]

85

Good

The Resurrected – Culsploitation Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

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.

87

Good

THE DEAD NEXT DOOR Cultsploitation Review (TEMPE DIGITAL 2-DISC CE)

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]

8.7

Great

The Devil’s Candy – Review

I jumped into The Devil’s Candy knowing that it was going to feature some heavy metal music and demon possession. I did not know, however, that it was lig...[Read More]

7.2

Good

Kadaicha / Innocent Prey – Review (Umbrella Entertainment DVD)

Umbrella Entertainment’s latest release features a suspenseful thriller, with competent acting and a quick paced story. The other movie is Kadaicha. All j...[Read More]

5.5

Average

The Dark Tower – Movie Review

Let me preface this review of The Dark Tower with a little bit of background information on my knowledge of the series and my fandom towards it. I only started ...[Read More]

8.8

Great

Bag Boy Lover Boy – Review (Severin Films Blu-ray)

With a name like Bag Boy Lover Boy, I had no idea what to expect going into it. I was thinking it was going to be some artsy fartsy flick that tries to pretend ...[Read More]

3

Bad

Feed the Light – Review (Intervision Picture Corp Blu-ray)

Director Henrik Möller isn’t a name that I know or have heard about before. I looked him up online, and I see he has done a bunch of shorts in Sweden, but I hav...[Read More]

7.8

Good

Beyond the Darkness – Review (Severin Films Blu-ray)

  Vile! Disgusting! Revolting! Down right trash! All of these words have been used to describe Joe D’Amato’s Beyond the Darkness. Words that wi...[Read More]

8.5

Great

The Autopsy of Jane Doe – Review (Raven Banner Blu-ray)

My enjoyment of the newer horror film from Troll Hunter director André Øvredal, The Autopsy of Jane Doe can be split evenly down the middle. I loved, absolutely...[Read More]

8

Great

WTF! – Movie Review

Slasher films more often than not come and go. They pass before your eyes, you watch, you stop, and you rinse and repeat. It takes a certain something, somethin...[Read More]

6

Fair

The Running Man – Review (Lionsgate Blu-ray)

I’ve been on a big Stephen King kick for the past year, and I’m in the process of devouring anything King related. Because of that, I started reading The Bachma...[Read More]

9.3

Amazing

Brain Damage – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

From the Mind of Tatlock is back again with another review of a classically absurd Frank Henenlotter film by the name of Brain Damage. If that sounds familiar, ...[Read More]

7.3

Good

Pulse – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

The year was 2001 and internet was still in its infancy stage. High speed wasn’t around, and dial-up was your only choice. If that wasn’t bad enough, you also h...[Read More]

7.3

Good

Doberman Cop – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Let me be perfectly upfront, I wouldn’t usually watch Doberman Cop, but Arrow Video shot it over my way for review, so alas here I am with this feeble excuse fo...[Read More]

7.5

Good

The Lawnmower Man – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

After spending 2 hours and 20 minutes with the director’s cut of The Lawnmower Man, I find myself struggling to write anything. I’ve already spent enough time w...[Read More]

9.5

Amazing

The Bird with the Crystal Plumage – Review (Arrow Video Limited Edition Blu-ray)

I feel awful saying this, but this was my first time watching The Bird with the Crystal Plumage. I have seen most of Dario Argento’s films, but oddly enough, I ...[Read More]

8.8

Great

Inquisition – Review (Mondo Macabro Blu-ray)

Inquisition was my introduction to the films of Paul Naschy. Interesting enough, the film is also Naschy’s directorial debut, and if it’s any indication of his ...[Read More]

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