Monthly Archives: November 2010

Feast (2005)

Now I’m a fan of the low budget horror. There’s a lot to be said for independent movie making, and although 8 times out of ten they never seem to have the budget or technical know how to blow your … Continue reading

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Twice Dead (1988)

The B-Movie is a much maligned art form, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder as we all know – that’s what I tell myself when I’m watching horror films alone again on a Saturday night anyway .. … Continue reading

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The Tortured (2010)

Once the film industry finds something that works, they will flog that horse until there’s no more flesh left on the carcass, and the latest draw that gets horror fans handing over their currency is Torture Porn in all of … Continue reading

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Let’s Scare Jessica To Death (1971)

Subtlety is an is a dying art in the field of modern film making, and in the case of horror film making you get a few rasping cries from it’s pathetic, drawn out, death throws a decade, if that. The … Continue reading

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Slashers (2001)

Sometimes a low budget film comes along that is so unbelievably impressive, it gives you hope for the world of film in general. The Canadian reality TV spoof Slashers is one such film. Cleverly edited to look like it has … Continue reading

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Spookies (1986)

Every decade has a defining theme within the horror genre. In the 50’s/60’s it was the Creature Feature, the 70’s was the Grindhouse/Exploitation theme, and the 80’s was the cheesy Comedic Horror (whether intentional or otherwise). Night of the Demons, … Continue reading

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When a Stranger Calls (1979)

It’s ironic that some of the most iconic and influential films of the horror genre are the least well known. Certain lines that have been quoted, or scenes that have been paid homage to are so steeped in the psyche … Continue reading

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