Film Review: Blade of the Immortal (2017)
Apr20

Film Review: Blade of the Immortal (2017)

Director: Takashi Miike Stars: Takuya Kimura, Hana Sugisaki, Sôta Fukushi Blade of the Immortal is a film based on Manga, directed by Takashi Miike. I recently picked this one up when I was scouring the Amazon Warehouse deals. This is a great place to look  for DVD and BD films because you usually get good used deals as long as you have Prime shipping. I find it to be hit or miss, with the pricing to be inconsistent and sometimes a...

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Video Film Review: BEFOULED (2017) Review
Apr19

Video Film Review: BEFOULED (2017) Review

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Film Review: BUT DELIVER US FROM EVIL (2017)
Apr14

Film Review: BUT DELIVER US FROM EVIL (2017)

BUT DELIVER US FROM EVIL (2017) Director: Joshua Coates Stars: Eric Roberts, Grant Harvey, Pooch Hall Lillith, in Christian mythology she was Adam’s first wife, created from the dust along with him, and then banished from Eden for failing to obey him. Cursed by God she gave herself to Satan and became mother to the succubi, who plague men to the present day. Surprisingly she’s rarely been used in genre films, despite the obvious...

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Every Unearthed Films Release, Ranked and Rated: Part 5 of 5 (TOP TEN!!)
Apr13

Every Unearthed Films Release, Ranked and Rated: Part 5 of 5 (TOP TEN!!)

As we approach top 10 territory, I realize that these are the films that I have watched an almost unhealthy number of times. These are examples of horror film history. They come from all over the world and exemplify the best of multiple sub-genres of extreme horror.  10.5??? Coming in tenth place was essentially a tie between Marcus Koch’s insane clown film 100 Tears. It is a cult classic, and possibly the best movie I’ve...

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Every Unearthed Films Release, Ranked and Rated: Part 3 of 5 (#21-#35)
Apr11

Every Unearthed Films Release, Ranked and Rated: Part 3 of 5 (#21-#35)

This portion of the list is where things become extremely brutal. It holds most of the 3.5 star ratings and definitely thrusts most collectors of extreme horror into the must-own range. Numbers 31-35 are a worldly mixture of gore films. They go across multiple genres, all being solid examples of their craft. Black Sun is widely considered one of the most disturbing films of all time. It really just edged out Philosophy of Knife when I...

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Every Unearthed Films Release, Ranked and Rated: Part 2 of 5 (#36-#50)
Apr10

Every Unearthed Films Release, Ranked and Rated: Part 2 of 5 (#36-#50)

Numbers thirty-six through fifty make up most of the three star reviews. Number thirty-five actually received three stars, with thirty-four starting off the series of 3.5 star reviews. Number thirty-seven also marks the middle of road, being the halfway point between one and seventy-five. So this is the part of the list where we abandon all fear of cliches, and break on through to the other side. Philosophy of a Knife and Android of...

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Film Review: Basket Case (1982)
Mar14

Film Review: Basket Case (1982)

In case you didn’t already own Basket Case in one of its numerous formats, Arrow Video is putting out the best edition yet. Frank Henenlotter’s cult-splatter-indie-classic Basket Case is one of my favorite fucked up movies of all time. I remember when I first this movie on VHS. I was pretty young, so I saw it as one of the scariest and goriest films I’d ever seen. For years, I thought it was one of the most...

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Film Review: POE 4: The Black Cat (2018)
Mar11

Film Review: POE 4: The Black Cat (2018)

Domiziano Christopharo, Chris Milewski, and Brace Beltempo are the directors behind the fourth and final POE anthology. I have covered the entire series on the site, despite the fact that I’m usually not a fan of the anthology structure. These, however, have all managed to satisfy my need for horror and gore, without boring me like many of your standard and stereotypical anthology films. This anthology deals with multiple...

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Film Review: BLOOD FEAST (2016)
Feb26

Film Review: BLOOD FEAST (2016)

I was so excited to see the Blood Feast remake on the shelf at my local Best Buy. Seeing names like Marcel Walz and Megan Nicholson gave me a feeling of victory. I saw the underground being represented at the national level. Sadly, the film didn’t have the underground feel that one would expect from the work of some of the best in splatter that Canada and Europe have to offer. First off, the cast is highly recognizable. There is...

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Film Review: BLACK CREEK (2017)
Feb12

Film Review: BLACK CREEK (2017)

The quality of Writer/Director JAMES CROW’S third feature made in that capacity, BLACK CREEK (2017), ironically seems somewhat to mirror the plot of the movie. Every time the halfway decent storyline tries to rise into existence, the grade-school level acting of the majority of the cast keeps killing it. Over…and over…and over…and over again. Maybe I’m not getting it because it wasn’t intended for someone from my...

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