Severin Films

The Devil’s Honey – Review (Severin Films Blu-ray)

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 excruciating seconds, I jammed my finger on the button and subjected myself to the oddball pleasures of Lucio Fulci’s attempt at a sexual thriller. Was the experience pleasurable or was I left unsatisfied? Well, to answer that, I say the crotc...

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 to be more than just a horror film. Thankfully and I can’t stress that thankfully enough, I was completely wrong. Bag Boy Lover Boy skips trying to be an art film and instead tries to be an actual damn good horror film, and it succeeds. Mos...

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 haven’t seen any of them. Feed the Light was my first foray into his work, and I’ll be perfectly honest with all my readers, it will absolutely be my last. I didn’t like Feed the Light one bit, and the reasons for that is plenty. Read on to se...

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 will certainly pique any horror fan’s interest and pique it did. I went in thinking Beyond the Darkness was going to be this gory, insane film and dammit, the reviews have lied! Beyond the Darkness isn’t vile, it isn’t disgu...

Dream Stalker / Death by Love – Review (Intervision Picture Corp DVD)

You hear that sound? That’s the sound of a barrel being scrapped anytime Intervision (aka Severin Films) releases a Shot on Video DVD twofer release. This time around the main headliner is Dream Stalker, about a dead biker invading a woman’s dreams and killing people. The other feature is Death by Love, which has way more nudity than Dream Stalker, which makes it automatically the better of the tw...

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 film (I do love that genre), with a nice helping of horror to make the film slide down your gullet all that much easier. Heck! Even the tagline makes it sound like it’s going to be a treat like no other! “To Stop This Mutha Takes One Bad Brutha...

Dark Waters – Review (Severin Films Blu-ray)

After recuperating from the wacky experience of The Other Hell, I venture on to Dark Waters, another fine release from Severin Films. Unfortunately, this time around, the film just doesn’t have the same charm that Mattie’s “masterpiece” had. Dark Waters is yet another nunsploitation film, but this time around, director/writer Mariano Baino attempts to tell a plot. I stress ...

The Other Hell – Review (Severin Films Blu-ray)

Bruno Mattei (or should I call him Stefan Oblowsky?) is a director that is known for making films that don’t make much sense. He has given us the wacky Rats: Night of Terror and the lovably bad Hell of the Living Dead, all films that incoherently string scenes together to form somewhat of a narrative. It makes you wonder, though, as Claudio Fragasso has written all the movies listed above an...

Cathy’s Curse – Review (Severin Films Blu-ray)

I’m not entirely sure I comprehend what is happening with the current Blu-ray release of Cathy’s Curse. Reviewers everywhere are falling head over heels in love with this movie, but after having watched it last night, all I got out of it was some annoyance. Cathy’s Curse is a 1977 Canadian-made horror film that has shown up on numerous multi-movie packs that were always terrible ...

Murderlust – Review (Intervision Picture DVD)

When the press release came in for Intervision DVD’s release of Murderlust, that was truly the first time I heard anything about the film. Looking like it was shot on a VHS camcorder, Murderlust is an ultra low-budget serial killer film from 1984 that focuses more on the day to day operations of the killer than the actual killings. Running at 98-minutes, the movie manages to bore you enough ...

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