It is rare for me to watch a film and love it so much that I immediately hope for a sequel to be made. Not just any sequel will do, of course. It has to be one that continues on with the spirit of the first, expanding on whatever universe or lore or other strong elements its predecessor has delivered. Read on to find out if that is the case with Yeon Sang-ho’s Train to Busan sequel, Peninsula.
House of Flesh Mannequins Review
For fans of the horror genre, there are plenty of films that have reputations which precede them. Some are for good reasons, others for some not-so-good ones. As I assume most horror fans do, after years of watching the more well known films the genre has to offer, I began diving deeper. Once you open those floodgates, there is no going back. One film that I would hear or read about over and over again was House of Flesh Mannequins [...]
Daughters of Darkness Review
As a long time collector, it is not a foreign concept to acquire a film, stick it on one of my many shelves, and forget about it for ages. In a day and age when new restorations of said films are given to fans periodically, there is no longer a reason to ignore them. As I received yet another copy of Harry Kümel’s Daughters of Darkness, there was no better time to finally dive into it.
The Untold Story Review
Many years have passed since I started writing film reviews. In that time, I’ve covered everything from mainstream action blockbusters and animated films to the grimiest low-budget horror flicks I could personally handle. From time to time, I have to remind myself why I started this site and really get back to the ‘repulsive’ side of Repulsive Reviews. There is no better way to do that today than with Herman Yau’s The Untold Story.
After severed limbs [...]
The World is Full of Secrets Review
Sadly October is coming to an end very shortly. With a few days left in the month, my goal of watching at least one horror film per day continues. Although, I’m not necessarily sure I can categorize this one as a horror movie. Read on as I discuss Graham Swon’s The World is Full of Secrets.
An elderly woman recalls one night as a young girl when her and her friends got together without any parental supervision. [...]
Scare Package Review
No Halloween ‘season’ or month-long marathon is complete without at least one anthology film, right? Truth be told, this isn’t actually the first one I’ve watched this month. It is, however, the first that I am discussing here with you, so without further ado, let’s discuss Scare Package.
Chad has hired a new employee for Rad Chad’s Horror Emporium. As part of his training, Chad recounts various horrifying tales, to get his new, best employee ready for [...]