Monthly Archives: August 2010

Blood Creek (2009)

Blood Creek (2009) Nazis and the occult – perfect combination yes? What if instead of just Nazis messing with the occult, the Nazis are zombies? Yeah, it doesn’t get much better than that does it? I didn’t think so. This … Continue reading

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Devil Times Five aka Peopletoys (1974)

Devil Times Five aka Peopletoys (1974) The early seventies. A time when it was acceptable for male leads to look like Swedish porn stars or resemble a photo fit of a paedophile. Bawdy humour, colourful settings, ridiculous incidental music and … Continue reading

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Borderland (2007)

Borderland (2007) Now sticking with the ‘Based on True Events’ theme for a little while we have this little offering from a few years ago, that is loosely (That one little word leaves a whole lot of room for artistic … Continue reading

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Them aka Ils (2006)

Them aka Ils (2006) ‘’Based on True Events.’’ Just vague enough to not have to give any more information, but believable enough to millions of movie goers to take this at face value, and spread the exaggerated word. The Strangers, … Continue reading

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Road Kill aka Road Train (2010)

Road Kill aka Road Train (2010) Australia – home of cheesy (but very addictive soaps), Skippy (the bush kangaroo), insects that scare the bejaysus out of me, and more recently, some pretty decent horror offerings. Wolf Creek, Lake Mungo, and … Continue reading

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Terror Train aka Train of Terror (1980)

Terror Train aka Train of Terror (1980) Now following the success of Halloween, Jamie Lee Curtis cemented a reputation as a scream queen, by starring in other horror classics such as The Fog, Prom Night and the little known diamond … Continue reading

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The Funhouse (1981)

The Funhouse aka Carnival of Terror (1981) Ok, so I’m going to start of by admitting that when it comes to the slasher film in general, I watch them with rose tinted spectacles (not literally of course, because I would … Continue reading

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