Film Review: Multiple Maniacs (1970)
Mar29

Film Review: Multiple Maniacs (1970)

A release like this makes me wonder if the guys behind The Criterion Collection are taking a tip from Arrow Video and pushing their marketing towards fans of the strange and unusual. These fans (yeah I’m talking about you and me) are the last of a dying breed. We are the ones that are still buying physical media. I guess people are still buying Transformers 11 and Really Fast, Really Furious 20; but, it is becoming more apparent...

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Film Review: Philosophy of a Knife (2008)
Mar28

Film Review: Philosophy of a Knife (2008)

Philosophy of a Knife is a really interesting piece of filmmaking from Andrey Iskanov. It was released in 2008 by Unearthed Films, fully uncut in two parts. These two parts will walk you through four hours of absolute darkness and human depravity. It is a film that is structurally difficult to pin down. This, of course, is what makes it incredibly interesting. There are black and white documentary sequences. There are also absolutely...

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Film Review: Mercy (2006)
Mar27

Film Review: Mercy (2006)

As far as Unearthed Films goes, I have a consistently good outlook on most of their films. They don’t pay me, I don’t give biased reviews of their films. I chose to attempt to cover as many of their films as possible after I had already purchased a bunch of them. This is because I noticed this to be a label of extreme promise. Unearthed Films has good, decent, and bad films. They cover numerous genres thoughout many different...

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Film Review: Where the Dead Go to Die (2012)
Mar26

Film Review: Where the Dead Go to Die (2012)

I was late to the Jimmy ScreamerClauz game. I loved When Black Birds Fly, but had no idea how much work he had done previously. I knew he had another full length feature from Unearthed Films, and it took me a long time to get it. Now that I have it, I know that I need to stay on the lookout for everything this guy has done and plans on doing. Aside from his animation work, his music will appear in the upcoming American Guinea Pig:...

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Rosalita Trailer and Free Short Film
Mar25

Rosalita Trailer and Free Short Film

From Luciano de Acevedo, the director of the surprisingly well-done Cabrito, comes the final film in the Cabrito trilogy. Watch the teaser trailer here: https://vimeo.com/202430040 Rosalita is a promising looking sequel to the satanic gore fest that was Cabrito. I think this director and his films are surrealist pieces of dark art that far more people need to know about. Follow him on Vimeo, check out a couple of his free short films,...

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