Tag Archives: Severin

Are You Afraid of Death?

Dark Waters Review

Dark Waters | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

As diehard horror fans dedicated to diving deeper into the genre, we have all seen films from the likes of Dario Argento and Mario Bava, films that deliver frights in more ways than just hacking and slashing. These films were present prominently in the 70’s and 80’s, but are you aware that there were other filmmakers creating beautifully frightening films akin to those of the masters, well into the 90’s? Yeah… me either! One of these films is Mariano Baino’s [...]

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We Can Use Her

The Sinful Dwarf Review

The Sinful Dwarf | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

If you’ve been following us at Repulsive Reviews over the years, you know we have covered everything from animated films about super heroes to the grotesque and offensive. One film that leans more towards the latter category and has earned its rightful place on this site is Vidal Raski’s 1973 Danesploitation film, The Sinful Dwarf.

A washed up entertainer, Lila Lash (Clara Keller), runs a nightclub turned inn with her son, Olaf (Torben Bille). The inn, however, also doubles [...]

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This Place’ll Do Just Fine

Axe Review

Axe | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

Almost every true horror fan is aware of the early 80’s list of banned films in the United Kingdom known as the video nasties. Slowly but surely, over the years, the films began to see the light of day, with almost every single one of the original 72 films being readily available on home release today. Thanks to studios like Severin who themselves are huge fans of the golden years of horror, we not only get home releases of the [...]

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Penis Patrol on Parade

The Badger Game Review

The Badger Game | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

Have you ever been traumatized so badly by a film that you try to avoid anything and everything that even remotely reminds you of it in the tiniest bit? That’s exactly how I feel about The Bunny Game. I’m not traumatized because the film was ‘so shocking,’ like many articles have claimed, but because the damn thing was so awful, painful to sit through really. That is why any film even mentioning the word ‘game’ in the title immediately [...]

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