Tag Archives: Documentary

Right to the Edge of Your Seat

Scary Stories Review

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When I was younger, I was terrified of almost everything. I would have nightmares more often than not and was even frightened of my own toys at times. The My Buddy doll that somewhat resembles Chucky comes to mind. Still, whenever the opportunity to share ghost stories with my brother, sisters, and cousins presented itself, I grew excited and couldn’t wait to hear what we could cook up. In addition, I’d love to have my older sister read various tales [...]

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They’re A Special Breed

Danger God Review

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A few months back, Quentin Tarantino released a film which starred Brad Pitt as a stunt man and double to a famous actor. Pitt’s character was a bit over the top at times, but believe it or not, his Cliff Booth was an amalgamation of a few different real-life individuals. One of these badass individuals was prolific actor and stunt man, Gary Kent, whose life and career is showcased in Joe O’Connell’s documentary, Danger God.

My Thoughts

Starring in [...]

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He Had 900 Teeth

Master of Dark Shadows Review

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Growing up, I was never a fan of documentaries. I’m not sure if I had some sort of aversion to learning new things or just found them boring. All I know is the mere mention of a documentary and I was immediately turned off to the entire viewing experience. Fast forward to now and I can’t get enough of these bad boys. My favorite, of course, being anything to do with the horror genre. Today, I had the pleasure of [...]

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Then It’s Not a Real Giallo

All the Colors of Giallo Review

All the Colors of Giallo Documentary Review

Growing up in a large [and loud] Italian family, I remember my excitement when I first learned of the huge influence the culture has had on the horror genre. Learning, at a young age, that there were Italian filmmakers creating some of the most memorable films the genre has seen was something of great pride for me. Naturally, when I heard of a new documentary that takes a closer look into the evolution of the giallo film, I knew I [...]

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You Better Do It Justice

To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story Review

To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story | Repulsive Reviews | Horror Movies

There is no arguing that one of the biggest names in the horror genre is Kane Hodder. The man is beloved by fans all over the world and rightfully so. While his career is still flourishing, it has already spanned decades and is worthy of not only a biographical book, but also an in-depth documentary entitled To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story.

Over the last few years, there have been some great documentaries for horror fans to [...]

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Closest I’ll Ever Get to Heaven

Black Metal Veins Review

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So… this was a very hard one for me to watch… it’s a very hard one for anyone to watch because it’s 100% real. Back in 2012, Lucifer Valentine directed Black Metal Veins, a documentary that was distributed by Unearthed films and it is one hell of a watch.

“BLACK METAL VEINS unflinchingly documents the dark realities of despair and morbid self-annihilation surrounding the lives of five heroin and crack cocaine addicts, set against a soundtrack of black metal [...]

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