Film Review: The Creeping Garden (2016)
Mar25

Film Review: The Creeping Garden (2016)

Out of all of the weird stuff we talk about on this site, this may be the strangest film of them all. It is a documentary film that uses experimental techniques to create what they call a “real-life science fiction movie”. This movie deals with mold and microscopic stuff. It uses some pretty awesome filming techniques, utilizing time-lapse photography. It is definitely a piece of work that displays advances in technology in different...

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Australian Horror Metal from Darkness Visible
Mar24

Australian Horror Metal from Darkness Visible

Here is a burlesque, horror, metal, combo of complete insanity for your viewing pleasure. Keep and eye out for this band and their twisted music videos by following the links below.   https://davidbblack.tumblr.com https://www.facebook.com/BreakingPointVideo...

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Film Review: Cinema Paradiso (1988)
Mar23

Film Review: Cinema Paradiso (1988)

Arrow Video as a label actually splits up its time into a few different categories. Many collectors out there, the ones reading this site anyway, look at the “Arrow Video” releases, that focus on cult and horror releases. So here we go with a quick lesson. Arrow Films is the company. Arrow Video has the cool Blu-ray and combo releases with full-color art, booklets, and awesome features that we have come to love. Arrowdrome is the DVD...

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The Unquenchable Thirst for Beau Nerjoose Independent Distribution
Mar22

The Unquenchable Thirst for Beau Nerjoose Independent Distribution

Synopsis: Ron Wartyhymen (Jeffrey Janoff) is having a bad day. His wife left him, his insane mother (Theresa Boyd) just slipped into a coma — and he’s all out of toilet paper. An anal-induced shroom trip sets Ron on a quest to save his mother, the space nun Hope (Whim Grace) — and the UNIVERSE. With the help of a fortune teller / prostitute (Linnea Quigley), a trio of space nuns and his friend, the booty-worm, Ron...

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Film Reviews: The Violent Shit Collection (2017)
Mar20

Film Reviews: The Violent Shit Collection (2017)

While I could do a retrospective covering one of the craziest series of films of all time, I think it would be a little repetitive. While the films vary in quality, plot, and acting, they are still independent micro-budget splatter-fests. I wouldn’t want to waste your time explaining thing like shot-on-video, practical effects, and the history behind European film censorship for a review of each film. I wouldn’t do a great...

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