Terror 5 Review
Having seen two new horror anthologies in the same amount of days, I might be tempted to say that their popularity is on the rise once again. While this format has always been a favorite of mine, they aren’t always executed successfully. Continue reading to see whether or not Sebastian Rotstein and Federico Rotstein were able to pull out all the stops with their film, Terror 5.
Terror is all around on one long night in Buenos [...]
Strip Nude for Your Killer Review
There seems to be no shortage of Giallo making their way to Blu-ray these days. The more the merrier I say, as for the most part, they are usually pretty damn enjoyable. Read on to see if the same can be said for Andrea Bianchi’s Strip Nude for Your Killer.
The Albatross modeling agency is being targeted, as models, photographers, and more fall victim to a faceless killer. Can Magda (Edwige Fenech) and her playboy boyfriend, Carlo [...]
The Greasy Strangler Review
Well, I’ve been bamboozled by the internet yet again! I guess I should have known what I was getting into with a title like this one, but all I kept reading was how great this movie is. Quite frankly, I am not even sure I know what I just watched after 93 minutes of Jim Hosking’s The Greasy Strangler.
Ronnie and Brayden run a disco tour. When they meet Janet on one of their tours, it begins [...]
Although he had such a strong debut into the genre a couple of years back, I wasn’t sure whether we would get another horror film from Jordan Peele. Was it a one time thing? Had he just needed to get the horror bug out of his system? Luckily for fans of his work and the genre as a whole, it certainly was not just one-and-done, as we are now treated to his latest film, Us.
A family [...]
The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then Bigfoot Review
More often than not, the title of a film is usually a pretty good indication of what you’re getting yourself into. If words like “slaughter” or “massacre” appear anywhere, it’s pretty safe to put your money on it being a rather bloody affair. When you have a title like Robert D. Krzykowski’s latest film, however, things aren’t quite as they clear. The title that I am referring to is The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then Bigfoot.
After my introduction into the world of filmmaker Adam Ahlbrandt a couple of weeks back, I knew I had to get my hands on some more of his work. It took a bit of digging around the web and some help from some kind people in a Facebook group I belong to, but I was finally able to track down an affordable copy of his 2016 movie, Hunters.
A group of friends set out into the woods [...]