Month: November 2018

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Shock Waves (1977)

Considered by genre fans to be the best of the “Nazi zombie” sub genre, “Shock Waves” is a thickly and… read more Shock Waves (1977)

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April Fool’s Day (1986)

One of the more fondly remembered horror entries of the ’80’s is this unique gem that’s much more clever and… read more April Fool’s Day (1986)

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Moon Zero Two (1969)

Hammer Films had a uncanny ability of making good movies cheaply, ( or making cheap films of good quality,), and… read more Moon Zero Two (1969)

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God Told Me To (1976)

One afternoon in NYC a sniper on top of a high-rise buildings water tower opens fire on the people milling… read more God Told Me To (1976)

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Shock Corridor (1963)

To describe SHOCK CORRIDOR as lurid would be an understatement: it plays like something torn from a supermarket tabloid. An… read more Shock Corridor (1963)

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Money Movers (1978)

This excellent Aussie crime flick centers on the workers at Darcy, a money courier service. Things get tense when an… read more Money Movers (1978)

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Alladin (1986)

Entertaining and funny Italian film with the bouncing Spencer or Carlo Perdesoli as the magician Aladdin who this time travels… read more Alladin (1986)

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Armed Response (1986)

David Carradine and Lee Van Cleef star as father and son cops who join forces to avenge the murder of… read more Armed Response (1986)

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Red and Blue American Movies

I was at lunch this week with my wife, and I noticed a long time theater owner and a man… read more Red and Blue American Movies

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The Mini-Skirt Mob (1968)

“The Mini-Skirt Mob” is no classic (which, given that title, should come as no surprise) but it delivers enough action… read more The Mini-Skirt Mob (1968)

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The Hellstrom Chronicle (1971)

The Hellstrom Chronicle is a documentary about insects wrapped within a fiction. Visually it’s incredibly stunning, very similar to Microcosmos… read more The Hellstrom Chronicle (1971)

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The Slayer (1982)

Four young people vacation on a barren island. One of them, a female artist, has dreams that depict ghastly murders…. read more The Slayer (1982)

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Death Screams (1982)

Locals are celebrating the last night of carnival, such as newly in-love couple Bob and Kathy, coach, Neil Marshall, waitresses,… read more Death Screams (1982)

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Iced (1988)

I was surprised just how good this movie was. A group of friends reunite for a get together at a… read more Iced (1988)

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Pledge Night (1990)

The producers Shapiro/Glickenhaus, who were also responsible for one of my all time-trash favorites (Frank Henenlotter´s “Frankenhooker”) made another “Friday”-rip… read more Pledge Night (1990)

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Haunts (1976)

This has a Bergmanesque spareness to it that is at times OK. The plot is terribly convoluted and confusing. I… read more Haunts (1976)

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Home for the Holidays (1972)

Enjoyably outlandish made for TV movie. The plot is nothing new, just another rehash of the danger in the old… read more Home for the Holidays (1972)

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The Headless Eyes (1971)

A thieving artist has his eye gouged out by a spoon when trying to rob a woman’s apartment. This nutter… read more The Headless Eyes (1971)

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Final Exam (1981)

I really enjoyed this unoriginal and very predictable slasher flick. The movie revolves around a couple of students who still… read more Final Exam (1981)

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Out of the Dark (1988)

I for one was always a watcher of B suspense horror flicks and the 80’s produced some good ones the… read more Out of the Dark (1988)