Film Review: The Dark Side of the Womb (2017)
Dec04

Film Review: The Dark Side of the Womb (2017)

The Dark Side of the Womb is a new horror comedy from a young writer director by the name of Sam Salerno. It stars Wee Matt and Faye Lytle in one of the strangest love stories that you’ve seen in a long time. You see, it focuses on two characters that manage to find love in one anothers’ societal perceived flaws. The big lady and little guy soon find that their love story is doomed from the start. Caught up in a torrential downpour of...

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Film Review: Halloween Pussy Trap Kill Kill (2017)
Dec03

Film Review: Halloween Pussy Trap Kill Kill (2017)

Halloween Pussy Trap Kill Kill is a film from Jared Cohn, director of The Horde. It is yet another film from Cleopatra, that may actually be able to keep the company hanging around the horror scene. This is a crazy exploitation throwback film to the glory days of punk, torture, and sleaze. It is a low budget film that utilizes the tongue-in-cheek star power of Richard Grieco. Like Diamond Cartel, earlier in the year, this film manages...

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Film Review: The Suspicioius Death of a Minor (1975)
Dec02

Film Review: The Suspicioius Death of a Minor (1975)

The Suspicious Death of a Minor was one of the last of Sergio Martino’s Giallo films. While it isn’t as well known, or even as good, as something like Torso, it is a nice addition to the collection for the genre fans out there. As far as Martino’s work goes, and the entire Giallo genre for that matter, there are title I love and titles that annoy the hell out of me. You see, when the Giallo genre blew up, tons of directors made...

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Film Review: House (1977)
Nov05

Film Review: House (1977)

In 1977, Nobuhiko Obayashi directed one of the craziest genre bending homage horror films that I have ever seen. It has a release from The Criterion Collection that is currently on sale for half price through Barnes and Noble. I’m not gonna lie. I think you should get it. This film centers around a handful of teen girls that go and spend some time in a house. Of course, the house is haunted. Of course, there is a strange amount of...

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Cult Epics Double Film Review: Mondo Weirdo & Vampiros Sexos (2017)
Nov04

Cult Epics Double Film Review: Mondo Weirdo & Vampiros Sexos (2017)

A fairly recent release from Cult Epics has been evading my grasp for quite awhile. Like many of their releases, they can be real expensive for quite a long time. They can also be stupid. Yeah, I said it. There’s another label out there too, that just can’t chill with the seventies porn. I just don’t know who is buying this stuff, especially at the release prices. On a much more positive note, this company has released one of my...

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Double Criterion Collection Fillm Review: Twin Peaks & The Lure (2017)
Nov02

Double Criterion Collection Fillm Review: Twin Peaks & The Lure (2017)

The Criterion Collection has recently released two surrealist horror trips that will have many people excited about the future of the label. One, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, is a cult classic that has been highly anticipated; while the other, The Lure, is a contemporary horror film that may reach cult status one day. I picked up both of these films on Blu-ray during the most recent Criterion flash sale, and ended up being pretty...

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Box Set Review: Between Night and Dawn (2017)
Oct31

Box Set Review: Between Night and Dawn (2017)

Between Night and Dawn is a set of films from Arrow Video that brings together some of the lesser known works of George Romero. It is a really cool idea, and a great way to honor the works of a recently deceased horror icon. In a way, however, it is still kind of a let down. Trust me when I say, that this is a very cool collectible item. As a huge fan of Romero and horror history, it is something that I will probably add to the...

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Film Review: Crackbaby Billionaire (2017)
Oct29

Film Review: Crackbaby Billionaire (2017)

It took me a long time to get around to seeing Crackbaby Billionaire from Sleaze Box veteran John Miller. I reviewed his ultra-violent, sleazy film Skumbagz a couple years ago. Crackbaby Billionaire uses many familiar elements from Miller’s past works. His post-modern/hip-hop infused portrayals of the underbelly of society are still very apparent in these films. Similar to low-budget filmmakers like Dakota Bailey, Miller is constantly...

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Film Review: Jericho (2017)
Oct28

Film Review: Jericho (2017)

Jericho is a film from writer, director, editor, and producer Emir Skalonja. He is quickly achieving an underground following with his short metaphoric trip through mental illness Melancholia and his feature length zombie duology, The Plague and The Plague 2: Biohazard Blood. This new venture into action filmmaking is an interesting move. While it isn’t necessarily a commonly covered genre on this site, there are many labels and...

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Film Review: Hi 8 Ressurectio (2017)
Oct24

Film Review: Hi 8 Ressurectio (2017)

Hi 8 Ressurectio is a crazy-ass German film from first time writer/director Stefan Sierecki. It is a gory gem that you will be able to get from Black Lava Entertainment. Like Unearthed Films, over here in the US, this label seems to be getting stronger with every release. Tracking the history of releases from this company has been an interesting journey for this indie horror fan. I don’t own as many of their releases as other...

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