Badass B-movies

American Gothic (1988) - Blu-ray ReviewI’m unsure if there is anything creepier than adults, dressed as children, behaving exactly as one would expect kids to behave.  For Fanny and Woody, playing on an old swing that goes out over the sea, theirs is to lure guests into their traps and then watch as they go ...

Sole Survivor - Blu-ray ReviewSurvivor’s guilt is a real thing. Just ask Thom Eberhardt (Night of the Comet), the writer and director of Sole Survivor, a psychological twisted horror film that concerns itself with the lone survivor of a doomed commercial airliner and the haunted visions that follow her as she ...

Silent Night, Deadly Night: Collector's Edition - Blu-ray ReviewReleased in 1984, Charles E. Sellier Jr’s Silent Night, Deadly Night did for Christmas what John Carpenter did for trick or treating: memorialize the day with a seriously twisted flick that continues to live on long past its expiration date.  And here we are yet again with another ...

Suspiria (1977) - Blu-ray ReviewThis release from Synapse Films of Suspiria is a work of pure art.  It is also important and impactful, belonging in a time capsule AND in your collection of horror titles.  It is, hands down, my pick for the best blu-ray release of the year.  With only 6000 units produced ...

Premonition (1976) - Blu-ray ReviewThe damn doll at the center of this tale of kidnapping and insanity is an unsettling looking toy indeed.  The curly-haired plastic child is always with the disturbed mother who is trying to get her daughter returned to her by any means necessary and, as the toy is oversized, it looks ...

Malatesta's Carnival of Blood (1973) - Blu-ray ReviewSurrender.  Forget the common and known world.  Once you enter the wild and wacky world of Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood, life, as you know it, becomes permanently altered.  There is a dream but you are not the dreamer ...

Etoile - Blu-ray ReviewThis theatre is damned!  Sorry, Aronofsky, you aren’t as unique as was once thought.  Étoile reveals all the reasons why. With Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake” at its center, Étoile – a rather enigmatic movie concerning ghosts, satanic possessions, and ballerinas – provides  ...

The Witch Who Came From the Sea - Blu-ray ReviewIt begins on a beach.  A woman is laughing.  She’s seeing all the muscles on display; the men hulking out in their shorts on the beach.  Lots of ogling is going on.  And she starts to laugh.  She sees them working out and then she sees them with blood spurting out of fresh ...

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Without a doubt, OniTECH sounds as if it – in cassette form – was found clutched in the fingers of a well-dressed corpse that washes ashore some ashen beach on the east coast.  This release is a dark and disturbing thread of truth that hints at a bigger mystery  ...

 

Code of Silence - Blu-ray ReviewChi-Town.  Karate.  Chuck Norris.  And a killer soundtrack from David Michael Frank. Is there anything – and this includes the synthesized score – that Code of Silence doesn’t get right?  It is both character driven and intense, filling each scene with violence and ...

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