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Happy Hunting – Review (Umbrella Entertainment DVD)

What happens when you take concepts from The Purge and The Most Dangerous Game, put them in a blender and hit purée? What would most likely come out is the film Happy Hunting, a low budget thriller from directors Joe Dietsch and Louie Gibson. Sometimes combining concepts of other movies can be a terrible idea, but other times it works out for the best. Happy Hunting falls somewhere smack dab in th...

Cannibal Apocalypse – Review (Umbrella Entertainment DVD)

Released only five years after the end of the Vietnam War, Cannibal Apocolypse strives to give the viewers a mix of two stories. Director Antonio Margheriti wants to provide a look at the woes of fitting back into society, but he mixes his ideas with cannibalistic horror. It surprisingly works for the most part, much in thanks to leading man John Saxon playing the role as straight as possible, giv...

The Entity – Review (Umbrella Entertainment Blu-ray)

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. It turns out that Ryne was quicker at watching The Entity than I was, so he was first at writing a review for the Umbrella Entertainment release and to be perfectly honest, his critique reflects almost exactly how I feel about the movie. ...

Dark Age – Review (Umbrella Entertainment Blu-ray)

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 actor John Jarrett in awfully short shorts, the gorgeous Nikki Coghill/her boobs and a giant somewhat rubber looking crocodile. It features enough croc munching to please fans, and enough Aussies doing Aussie things to please Ozploitation fan...

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 jokes aside, Innocent Prey, even though billed as the second movie in the two feature DVD release is by far the better of the two movies. Kadaicha does have some highlights in regards to some of the murder scenes (that spider scene – e...

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Hey, everyone! I want to make you aware of my latest reviews that have appeared on Cultsploitation.com. I hope you enjoy them! EFFECTS REVIEW (AGFA BLU-RAY) Effects has finally been restored to HD, and the results couldn’t be better. The Blu-ray ports over all features from the original DVD release, but ups the ante with a wonderful transfer. CULT THROWBACK: DEMONS Demons is a film that has ...

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