Reviews

8.3

Great

Evil Ed – Review (Arrow Video Limited Edition Blu-ray)

Evil Ed is that horror film that I’ve always been meaning to watch ever since seeing the poster of a Steven Weber lookalike going crazy. It always sat...

6.5

Fair

Wolf Guy – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

I love action, I love gore, and I love boobies, so why didn’t Wolf Guy, a Japanese action flick featuring a lot of boobies, lovely gore and pretty coo...

7.8

Good

Death Line (aka Raw Meat) – Review (Blue Underground Blu-ray)

The Mind of Tatlock is back again with yet another obscure (to me that is) horror flick from 1972. This time around we can thank Blue Underground for ...

9

Amazing

Madhouse – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Sometimes for one reason or another, a good horror film gets pushed to the side and forgotten. Madhouse is one of those films, and it could be any num...

6.3

Fair

Blackenstein – Review (Severin Films Blu-ray)

Here I am popping in Blackenstein, and I am thinking to myself: “man, this movie is going to rock!” It has all the signs of a sleazy Blacksploitation ...

8.5

Great

Caltiki, The Immortal Monster – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

The beautiful thing about reviewing movies is I often get the chance to watch a film I would not have otherwise seen. Caltiki, the Immortal Monster is...

6.5

Fair

SEOUL STATION (Animated Prequel to Train to Busan) – Review

I’m not one to normally watch animated horror films, which honestly is probably something I should change soon, but when the announcement for th...

3.5

Bad

Mondo Weirdo/Vampiros Sexos – Review (Cult Epics Blu-ray/DVD/CD)

Sometimes I just want to curl up on the couch with a hot drink and watch a movie without having to think too hard (RoboCop 2). Other times I want to w...

9.9

Amazing

Donnie Darko – Review (Arrow Video Limited Edition Blu-ray)

Back in 2001, I watched a movie that stuck with me for years. That film was Donnie Darko. A time travelling sci-fi flick with elements of comedy, dram...

9.3

Amazing

Streets of Fire – Review (Shout! Factory Blu-ray)

A rock and roll fable doesn’t sound like the type of flick I would normally watch, but when names like Michael Paré (Bad Moon), Willem Dafoe, th...

7.8

Good

Willard – Review (Scream Factory Blu-ray)

In 1971 there wasn’t much for animal themed horror fans to latch their grubby paws on, but things changed when Willard was released in theatres....

7.3

Good

Dead Or Alive Trilogy – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

It’s not often that a trilogy of films of the same name will have nothing in common with each other, but leave it to Takashi Miike to do just th...

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