Tag Archives: Arrow Video

These are Called Diskettes

Scared Stiff Review

Scared Stiff Movie Review

There are many people who live by the motto “any day above ground is a good one.” I tend to wholeheartedly agree with this sentiment, but I also have a another, more specific motto — any day that I get to watch a new horror film is a good one. With that said, today turned out to be one of the good ones thanks to my viewing of Richard Friedman’s Scared Stiff.

The Plot

Shortly after moving into a [...]

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There’s No Need to Strangle Me

Strip Nude for Your Killer Review

Strip Nude for Your Killer movie 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 Plot

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 [...]

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What’s Up, Chicken Butt?

Kolobos Review

Kolobos movie review

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.

The Plot

A group of young strangers answer a casting call for a new social experiment. They are to live in [...]

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Shove it up Your Floppy Orifice

White of the Eye Review

Like certain studios here in the states, Arrow Video is known for releasing cult classic films in outstanding form to our horror brethren in the UK. With awesome reversible artwork, posters, booklets full of film information, and tons of exclusive DVD and blu-ray extras, Arrow really does an amazing job all around with each and every film they distribute. One of those films, which I am happy I got a chance to watch, is Donald Cammell’s 1987 thriller, White of [...]

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