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reviewed Szamanka. March 25, 2011
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Szamanka
Finally, we have the full UNCUT special edition of Zulawski's beloved film on DVD thanks to Mondo Vision, who have done their absolute best to ensure proper releases for a great deal of Zulawski's …
reviewed I Spit On Your Grave. February 14, 2011
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I Spit On Your Grave
I remember seeing the posters for this one when my buddy Chris and were hanging out in Cali for the Weekend of Horrors horror con. I can't say I was thrilled at first when I hard the news although …
reviewed Zombieland. June 24, 2010
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Zombieland (2009)
Don't get me wrong. I don't mind a horror comedy. In fact, some of them are relatively good in that annoyingly yet infectious way which usually spells out "instant cult classic" to most …
reviewed A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010 movie). June 24, 2010
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Nightmare on Elm Street Poster
I'll admit that Wes Craven's ANOES was perhaps one of the most influential, if not innovative scripts of the eighties. In light of that, it's almost impossible to believe that any sequels …
reviewed Thirst (Bakjwi). June 24, 2010
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Thirst
Favorite Movie Quote: "Ravage my body sworn to chastity leave me with no pride, and have me live in shame."      Should the name Chan-wook Park sound relatively familiar, …
reviewed Suspiria (1977). June 24, 2010
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Suspiria (1977)
It's a shame that I wasn't old enough to sue Dario Argento for infringement as Suspiria looks a lot like something right out of my worst nightmare. Yeah, pretty damned creepy if I do say so myself. …
reviewed The Blood Spattered Bride. December 29, 2009
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La novia ensangrentada (1972)      Inspired by LeFanu's immortal story of blood lust "Carmilla", The Blood Spattered Bride is one of the   better examples we …
reviewed Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984). December 04, 2009
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Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)
   Of all the horror flicks in the eighties, perhaps no other film was associated with such controversy or hostility than Silent Night Deadly Night. Critics & parents alike were truly appalled …
reviewed House on the Edge of the Park. December 03, 2009
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House on the Edge of the Park
   Any true fan of David Hess or Giovanni Lombardo Radice is already cognizant of this exploitation classic & has probably seen it several times. Deodato doesn't make …
reviewed Eden Lake. December 02, 2009
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Dvd cover by Dimension Extreme
   Somebody must have seen. Somebody must have heard. Evidently, someone was crafty enough to actually do their homework & make a horror film which sets out to do exactly what a horror film …
reviewed H2: Halloween 2. November 17, 2009
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H2: Halloween 2
Surely purists of the original Halloween will undoubtedly keep the flame burning by trashing Zombie's latest horror flick. Either that or they will just sit this one out to wait for the Redbox rental & …
reviewed Otto; or, Up with Dead People. October 24, 2009
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Otto; Or, Up With Dead People (2009)
   If you know nothing about Bruce LaBruce's style of film-making, you should know this. Generally speaking, they all have their distinct charm but often are overly homoerotic & usually …
reviewed Happy Birthday to Me (movie). October 24, 2009
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Movie poster
HBTM not only was a very slick if not classic horror film but a very well-acted one if we must put it on the shelf with other films around that time. (Over the years, it has become something of a …
reviewed Cemetery Man. September 23, 2009
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Cemetery Man
The name Michele Soavi may not ring a bell for most horror buffs but stating that the dude has quite the reputation may be an understatement. Although Italian horror seemed to have it's day in the …
reviewed Redsin Tower. September 22, 2009
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Redsin Tower
If you were to ask Fred Vogel about his favorite movie, he'll tell you Whale's Frankenstein. So why all are the gritty, nasty pseudo-snuff films like August Underground accredited …
reviewed Cat In The Brain. August 22, 2009
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Get Brained
   Of all the Fulci films ever made, perhaps his opus Cat In The Brain has received the most mixed reviews. Needless to say, it's not his greatest masterpiece but certainly not a waste of …
reviewed Repo! The Genetic Opera. July 21, 2009
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Repo! The Genetic Opera
   I've always tried my absolute best to be one of the first to check out cult films. In fact, people come to me looking for recommendations or with queries as far as the cult cinema is concerned. …
reviewed As Evening Falls Around Us. June 27, 2009
As Evening Falls Around Us
11/14/08      Cast me gently. Into morning. For the night has been unkind.-Sarah McLachlan       It's that time of year where we all feel a bit frosty & find …
reviewed Beyond The Darkness. June 23, 2009
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Beyond The Darkness
Many fans of horror flicks in the '80's like myself would flock to their local Blockbuster in hopes of finding something bizarre yet entertaining on those lonesome weekends. It was almost a given that …
reviewed Gothic. June 04, 2009
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Gothic
Ken Russell may one of the most bawdy, yet outrageous directors to ever make a film out of Britain. Somehow, Russell managed to maintain a truly remarkable resume which includes everything …
reviewed The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975 m.... May 26, 2009
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25th Anniversary Special Edition DVD (front)
How many campy cult classics can you count on one hand that dominated the midnite cinema for nearly a decade or longer? Here is a perfect example of a musical which has never left our heads and seems …
reviewed Martyrs. May 23, 2009
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Poster
Prior to viewing Martyrs, I had come across many reviews which obviously I would ignore. After all, I love the Horror genre as lately French Horror films have really stepped up to the plate …
reviewed Horror Comedies. May 21, 2009
Horror Comedies
There are those of us out there who love a good scare every once in a while. I'm one of those. Then there are some of us who prefer to giggle or laugh. I, however, tend to NOT fall into that category …
reviewed My Bloody Valentine. May 19, 2009
My Bloody Valentine
I must be going through some kind of lovesick phase lately but it's a really good feeling when you think about it. It's kind of like re-living an old forgotten love affair only even better. Much better. …
reviewed Alfred Hitchcock. May 19, 2009
Alfred Hitchcock
Throughout the history of great Horror films, one has to actually stop & wonder where the true inspirations came from for the so-called "slasher" films. Who created the first slasher film? …
reviewed Paul Naschy. May 19, 2009
Paul Naschy
Perhaps the most perverse aspect of being an avid moviegoer or aficionado is the mere fact we aren't exposed to all types of cinema. We are, in fact, lucky if a few Foreign films somehow filter through …
reviewed Trick 'r Treat. May 19, 2009
Trick 'r Treat
Poison, Drowning, Claw, Or Knife. So Many Ways To Take A Life.      Five interwoven stories that occur on the same block, on the same night. A couple finds what happens when they blow …
reviewed Lucio Fulci. May 19, 2009
Lucio Fulci
 Hey guys & ghouls! I've a real treat for you this time around. I'd originally planned to drop this column around Fulci's birthday as a tribute to an amazing director but there has been a slight …
reviewed The Devil's Rejects. May 16, 2009
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The Devil's Rejects
Cast all your impure thoughts aside & go pick up a copy of Disney's Bambi if this isn't your cup of blood. Rob Zombie had unleashed his greatest endeavor upon us back in the summer of 2005. Those …
reviewed Saw (2004 movie). May 16, 2009
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Saw
Prior to 2004, we rarely had the pleasure of seeing a psychological film with the level of intensity as seen here. In fact, Lions Gate was one of the few studios which actually would give us something …
reviewed Let The Right One In (Låt den Rätte K.... May 16, 2009
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Let The Right One In
 It would seem LTROI has managed to captivate quite a few moviegoers everywhere & has enthralled it's audiences which amazes me. I actually was quite stoked about the idea of a really cool …
reviewed Mother of Tears. May 13, 2009
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Mother of Tears
Fans of Argento should delight in the fact that his Three Witches trilogy is finally completed with the recent opus Mother Of Tears. Sadly, this one has gotten a lot of mixed reviews but I rather …
reviewed Friday The 13th (2009 movie). May 12, 2009
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Friday the 13th [Theatrical Release] 2009
There has to be atleast one film per year that falls into this so-called "crap" category & Friday The 13th takes the place of last years' Cloverfield. Well, Friday does have a bit more gratuitous …
reviewed Hostel Part II. May 12, 2009
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Hostel Part II
For those of you who loved the original, I think Hostel 2 is a worthy sequel. If you are like me & weren't particularly crazy about the first one, you might still enjoy it. I waited for DVD on this …
reviewed May. May 08, 2009
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May
Angela Bettis is one of the more underrated actresses in Hollywood or Indie cinema for that matter but we can't hold it against her. One look at her film resume & we can be restfully assured she is …
reviewed The Midnight Meat Train. May 08, 2009
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The Midnight Meat Train
I'm writing this review with the biggest sh*t eating grin that I can possibly muster. Thank God for Clive Barker!!      For those of you who love the man & are quite familiar …
reviewed Inside (2007). May 08, 2009
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Inside (Unrated) (2007)
Gosh, it seems the French Horror films are really putting us to shame. Somebody better pick up the pace or we can kiss the American Horror films as we know them good-bye. After seeing High Tension & …
reviewed Cannibal Holocaust. May 05, 2009
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Cannibal Holocaust
Call me crazy if you must but I love the mondo-canibale genre & will buy any film made by Lenzi or Deodato which exploits cannibalism. This, by far, may be one of the most difficult ones for …
reviewed Zombie. May 05, 2009
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Zombie
If one must speak of the Citizen Kane as far as zombie films concerned, I think one would probably mention either Romero's Dawn of the Dead or Fulci's Zombie. In fact, I almost hate to mention both in …
reviewed The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. May 05, 2009
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Movie poster
By now, everyone who has a remote interest in horror films has seen atleast one of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre films & knows of it's great importance in the horror genre. While the film may be tame …
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