Archive for January, 2009

Carnival of Souls

Friday, January 16th, 2009 by Vomitron -

Carnival of Souls   carnivalofsouls cover1 97x120 full length movies Director: Herk Harvey
Writer: John Clifford
Release Year: 1962

She Escaped Death. Now It Wants Her Back!

With an overwhelming majority of votes (2), this week we’ll feature this low-budget but atmospheric film of a young woman who is the sole survivor of a car accident after a drag race, and tries to get on with her life. What happens next you can see for yourself.


Dementia 13

Sunday, January 11th, 2009 by Vomitron -

Dementia 13   dementia13 cover1 83x120 full length movies Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Writer: Francis Ford Coppola, Jack Hill
Release Year: 1963

The Most Terrifying Screen Experience Of Your Life! A Brand New Concept in Motion Picture Shock! A Thrilling New Creation of Terror Thru Sight and Sound, Filmed Entirely in the Shock-Packed Process of Dementia 13!



Tuesday, January 6th, 2009 by Vomitron -

Dogs   dogs dvdcover1 85x120 shock endings Director: Burt Brinckerhoff
Writer: O’Brain Tomalin
Release Year: 1976

Dogs   Shock Endings mini logo 130 shock endings Trends and waves have appeared vastly in the horror genre throughout all decades. And by the time the second half of the 70′s came around, it were the animals who had built up an unstoppable reign of terror in horror cinema.




Friday, January 23rd, 2009 by Sterf -

Freaks   freaks cover1 84x120 full length movies Director: Tod Browning
Writer: Clarence Aaron ‘Tod’ Robbins
Release Year: 1932

“We’ll Make Her One of Us!” from the gibbering mouths of these weird creatures came this frenzied cry… no wonder she cringed in horror… this beautiful woman who dared toy with the love of one of them!

This week  we have for you midgets and freaks combined in a little lovestory/drama.

I’m not a reviewer, so I’ll make it short (for reviews you’ll have to look at the rest of the site). This great little movie is about a trapeze artist that marries a midget for his money, plots to kill the poor little person with her lover, and the bizarre things that happen afterwards. Oh, and pinheads ofcourse. Not a horror movie as such (unless you are horrified by dwarfs and limbless men), more a drama wherein the freaks are the good guys and the normal ones scum. As is the case every week, a must see.


Horror Express

Friday, January 30th, 2009 by Sterf -

Horror Express   horrorexpress cover1 88x120 full length movies Director: Eugenio Martin
Writer: Arnaud d’Usseau, Julian Zimet
Release Year: 1973

A nightmare of terror travelling aboard the Horror Express!

This week we have for you Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing (and Telly Savalas aka Kojak)  in this what many consider a classic horror movie. The plot involves a train, an anthropologist, his colleageu, an unstable monk and the frozen remains of a primitive humanoid. Certainly can’t go wrong. Our first film in colour featured here, and as always (I repeat myself) a must see.


Long Weekend (1978)

Friday, January 23rd, 2009 by Anna McKibben -

Long Weekend (1978)   lwdvd cr1 91x120 reviews horror Director: Colin Eggleston
Writer: Everett De Roche
Release Year: 1978

Mother Nature is working overtime this weekend

Long Weekend (1978)   offscreen 2009 mini logo reviews horror A couple looking to repair their broken marriage goes on a weekend vacation to a remote beach for some camping, swimming, littering, random firing of guns and running over a kangaroo on purpose. Haven’t these people heard that it’s not nice to mess with Mother Nature?


Slaughtered Vomit Dolls

Sunday, January 4th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

Slaughtered Vomit Dolls   svd011 79x120 reviews horror Director: Lucifer Valentine
Writer: Lucifer Valentine
Release Year: 2006

What hath MTV wrought?

People have sex, throw up, and get killed. Yeah, that’s it really.



Tuesday, January 6th, 2009 by Vomitron -

Teeth   teeth dvdcover1 83x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Mitchell Lichtenstein
Writer: Mitchell Lichtenstein
Release Year: 2007

Vulva Dentata

Teengirl Dawn feels a bit uncomfortable about her sexuality coming into bloom. She feels kind of edgy down there. Sharp as a knife kind of edgy.


The Amazing Mr. X

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009 by J. Luis Rivera -

The Amazing Mr. X   amazing mr x1 84x120 reviews horror Director: Bernard Vorhaus
Writer: Muriel Roy Bolton and Ian McLellan Hunter based on a story by Crane Wilbur
Release Year: 1948

When Horror and Film Noir collide!

Historically, it’s always thought that after living a time of great splendor in America during the first decade of sound, the horror genre disappeared in the 40s, the years of World War II, to cede its place to the propaganda of war films, the paranoia of spy films, and the cynicism of Film Noir. Horror is supposed to be dormant, only to be resurrected in the 50s with Atom era horrors and the films of Hammer Studio.


The Fall of the House of Usher

Monday, January 19th, 2009 by Sterf -

The Fall of the House of Usher   usher1 97x120 full length movies To commemerate Edgar Allan Poe’s 200th birthday this very day, I thought it would be appropriate to break my rule of one  movie a week and present you these wonderful films based on Poe’s story The Fall of the House of Usher. Both films are made in 1928 and are silent movies. If you don’t want to offend Edgar Allan Poe’s ghost, you should at least watch the fantastic surreal shortfilm by James Sibley Watson, but if you want to show his rotting corpse the respect it so deserves you’d better watch the full movie by Jean Epstein too.