Tag Archives: Jorg Buttgereit
German Angst Review
A couple of years back it felt as though a new anthology film was being released every other week. Tons of great filmmakers were able to flex their skills amongst their peers in features like The ABCs of Death and V/H/S/ franchises. Like most trends in horror, the anthology wave seemed to be dying down. That is, until the great folks over at Artsploitation Films decided to give us both A Taste of Phobia and German Angst.
Consisting of [...]
Nekromantik Video Review
We might be a day late, but better late than never, especially when it comes to another video review from Rottin’ Roger DeMarco. This time, Roger dives into the…um… classic Jorg Buttgereit flick Nekromantik.
Roger gets into the nitty gritty of things with his Splatter Facts, as always. Now, if you know anything about this 1987 German shock film, then you know it’s pretty out there. The subject matter is rather ‘controversial,’ so you can only imagine how entertaining [...]
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.
There comes in a point in the lives of all horror movie fans where 1980’s slashers just don’t cut it anymore. Research is done and obscure movies are sought after, in hopes of finding new and exciting ways to ‘scare’ oneself or that next level of disgust. That’s usually when films like Cannibal Holocaust or most recently A Serbian Film get viewed for the first time. We’ve all done it and I’m no different. Due to a brand new restoration [...]