Tag Archives: Cult Epics
Manson Family Movies Review
It’s no secret that America is fascinated with serial killers and other true crimes. While I’m not sure where this fixation comes from, I can’t deny that I, too, am intrigued by all of the sociopaths walking the face of the earth. There are countless documentaries, made-for-television movies, and TV series telling these true tales of terror, but there are none that are quite like the Manson Family Movies directed by John Aes-Nihil.
Many believe that Charles Manson [...]
Moon Child Review
Since I started reviewing films, years ago, I have come to know Cult Epics as one of the best distributors of genre flicks; Everything from sound and picture quality to packaging and bonus features are top-notch on the few releases I own from them. With that said, I assumed I couldn’t go wrong by adding another of their releases to my collection. My latest Cult Epics acquisition is Agustí Villaronga’s Moon Child.
Generally, I utilize the second paragraph in [...]
My last review (The Curse of Doctor Wolffenstein) showed what Nico B. and the folks behind the scenes of ReelGore Releasing are bringing to the table, so to speak — splatter flicks for all of the gore fiends out there. While that fact does remain evident, their second official release relied less on viscera and more on atmosphere and psychological suspense. The film I’m describing is Andreas Marschall’s Masks.
After another failed audition, Stella (Susen Ermich) is [...]
The Curse of Doctor Wolffenstein Review
The fine folks at Cult Epics have been bringing the most extreme horror films to home release for years. With releases like Nekromantik and Schramm included in their discography, they’ve managed to become one of the leaders in beautiful HD remasters of some of the goriest films in cinema history. Founder Nico B., along with film producer, Steve Aquilina, have decided to keep up the brutal tradition by starting a new company, one aimed at releasing newly produced splatter films [...]
Sex Murder Art Review
It always amazes me how much love and care some studios put into the horror genre’s most obscure and seemingly lost titles. Currently, there are various companies doing so around the world, but when it comes to the controversial films of German director Jorg Buttgereit, there is only one that can take that title — Cult Epics. Bringing new life to some of the most controversial foreign gore films of all time, Cult Epics has previously released beautifully remastered editions [...]
Nekromantik 2 Review
Although I’ve strayed from the normal path a few times with reviews for films like Son of Batman and No Holds Barred, I have always been proud of the word ‘repulsive’ in the title of this little site of mine. This next review is certainly one that can justify that title and I am more than satisfied to cover it here for all of you fine folks.