Monthly Archives: February 2011

Home Movie (2008)

The ‘Found footage’ film phenomena is getting pretty old, in my opinion. The Blair Witch media frenzy made a whole generation of douches with video cameras put down their bongs and say ‘Dude, we could totally do that,’ and never … Continue reading

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The Virgin Spring (1960)

The Rape/Revenge genre of horror is one that tends to court the most controversy. As a sub genre of the Exploitation film concept that had it’s hey day in the 70’s and 80’s with films like Ms. 45 and Day … Continue reading

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Strangelands (1998)

1998 was a crazy time, perms on girls were an acceptable, some would say fashionable hairstyle (they were wrong), Bill Clinton got caught being .. well .. Bill Clinton, and the internet was still in virtual Pampers. The Creepy Joes … Continue reading

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Witchouse (1999)

The B-Movie tends to get a bad press. In these days of monopoly money budgets and sardonically raised eyebrows at anything less than the gore equivalent of Citizen Kane, its extremely hard to win the cynical, moribund hearts of the … Continue reading

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Pontypool (2008)

Now I am a huge fan of the Zombie film, from White Zombie to La Horde, from The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue to Zombieland, I have seen it, bought the t-shirt, the action figure and the comic book it … Continue reading

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Who Can Kill a Child aka ¿Quién puede matar a un niño? (1976)

I think it was Napoleon Bonaparte who said ‘Fame is fleeting, but obscurity is forever.’, but of course, in the film world, obscurity just means that your hard work will be emulated, shall we say, a lot, without everyone saying … Continue reading

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