The Pigman Murders Review
For anyone who has followed my reviews over the years, it is no secret that I used to dislike watching independent films. Since starting Repulsive Reviews, however, my appreciation for low-budget, do-it-yourself horror films has greatly increased. I actually look forward to watching a lot of the lesser known flicks by up-and-coming filmmakers quite a bit now. The latest one that I can scratch off my list is Stephen Patrick Kenny’s The Pigman Murders.
A group of [...]
Big Kill Review
I try my best to keep the ‘repulsive’ in my reviews. Even still, over the years, I’ve been known to review films from different genres. The newest non-horror film to cross my path is a little western known as Big Kill, directed by Scott Martin.
On his way to visit his brother in the booming town of Big Kill, Jim (Christoph Sanders) is joined by two misfit gamblers who are on the run. Now, with his new [...]
She Wolf Review
Not only did I really miss out on Women in Horror Month this year, but one could say I failed completely. That brings me to today, International Women’s Day, and my almost unintentional attempt at rectifying that particular failure. Quite fittingly, today’s film of choice was the 2013 Argentinian film featuring a female lead — Tamae Garateguy’s She Wolf.
A serial killer uses the art of seduction to lure her male victims to their deaths. Unfortunately for [...]
The Cemetery Review
I am lucky enough to live a simple life; My day-to-day goings-on are not very stressful and I can relax a lot of the time. Even still, it is nice to come home after a day of work and the gym to turn off my brain and throw on a horror flick that doesn’t require much thought. I got to do that tonight with Adam Ahlbrandt’s The Cemetery.
A group of aspiring filmmakers and non-believing paranormal investigators [...]
No matter how many times I may stray, I always find my way back to the slasher sub-genre. While I love all things horror, from werewolves to aliens, the slashers are the ones I have the most fun with it. Today’s journey into slasher territory was a new one for me, Daniel Liatowitsch and David Todd Ocvirk’s Kolobos.
A group of young strangers answer a casting call for a new social experiment. They are to live in [...]
The House Review
If it weren’t for Artsploitation Films, I would never become aware of some very talented filmmakers from around the world. The company is constantly supplying genre fans new releases from all corners of the globe, some that end up becoming instant favorites of mine. Their latest offering is Reinert Kiil’s The House.
Two Nazi soldiers and their prisoner are turned around and seemingly lost in the wintry landscape of the Scandinavian mountains. Looking for refuge, they enter [...]