Archive for August, 2011

Albert Pyun interview

Monday, August 8th, 2011 by Marco Freitas -

Albert Pyun interview   albert pyun pasfoto 86x120 interviews articles Albert Pyun is an independent filmmaker with a very strong cult following among cinephiles from all over the world. His movies, often dealing with fantastic themes, set in faraway lands where androids live next to humans (not in a very friendly way), dystopic planets or urban dramas where guns and high kicks speak louder than words are revered by extreme film buffs while despised by lots of film critics. He started making homemovies before reaching puberty, shooting small adventures on a borrowed 8mm camera and in the sixties, was invited by famous Japanese actor Toshirô Mifune to spend some time in the Land of The Rising Sun to learn filmmaking. His casts are a veritable who’s who in genre and non-genre filmmaking:  Kris Kristofferson, Lance Henriksen, Lee Horsley, Richard Lynch, Christopher Lambert, Ice-T, Rob Lowe, Burt Reynolds, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Michael Nouri, Bill Mumy, Michael Paré, Kevin Sorbo, Teri Hatcher, Andrew ‘Dice’ Clay and many others.

A recent interview with Mr. Pyun, conducted by Marco Freitas


Blue Sunshine

Friday, August 5th, 2011 by Fawn Krisenthia -

Blue Sunshine   blue sunshine dvd cover 82x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Jeff Lieberman
Jeff Lieberman
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Bald Rage!

Blue Sunshine   Mr Horror minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror A man appears to lose his mind (along with his hair) and goes on a mad killing spree. When Jerry Zipkin (Zalman King), a young man in his 30s, is wrongly accused of being the murderer, he sets out to do his own investigation while eluding police.


Dead Meat

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant -

Dead Meat   dead meat poster 89x120 reviews horror Director: Conor McMahon
: Conor McMahon
Release Year
: 2004

100% cow-fed-cow for that double-cow, juiced-in goodness

Martin (David Ryan) and Helena (Marián Araújo) are driving along when they hit a guy and make him go squish, except that he then rises from the dead and chews a hole in Martin’s throat. The problem is that there’s a worse case of mad-cow disease spreading around than that which occurs in a sorority when all the synchronized sisters go down for maintenance at the same time; about as much blood too. Clearly this is a really bad problem that needs to be addressed quickly and carefully… oh, right, zombies….


Dracula Vs. Frankenstein

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011 by Vomitron -

Dracula Vs. Frankenstein   dracula vs frankenstein dvd 80x120 reviews horror Director: Al Adamson
William Pugsley and Samuel M. Sherman
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Gayracula vs. Mushroomhead Man

Dracula Vs. Frankenstein   Cheezy Drive In mini logo reviews horror Somehow, in this insanely plotted story, Dracula teams up with Dr. Frankenstein. The infamous Monster returns from the grave and beautiful hippie girls get murdered by a drug-crazed Lon Chaney Jr. on the beaches of Venice, California. This is not a movie you get to see every day.


Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter

Friday, August 5th, 2011 by Vomitron -

Jesse James Meets Frankensteins Daughter   JJMFD poster02 75x120 western sci fi reviews horror Director: William Beaudine
Carl K. Hittleman
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They should have never met.

Jesse James Meets Frankensteins Daughter   Cheezy Drive In mini logo western sci fi reviews horror When outlaw Jesse James (John Lupton) and his friend Hank Tracy (Cal Bolder) get ambushed during a robbery, they barely manage to escape. With the authorities on their trail and Hank severely wounded, they seek shelter at an old monastery which just happens to be inhabited by Mary Frankenstein (Narda Onyx), the granddaughter of the legendary European mad scientist.



Wednesday, August 17th, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant -

Manticore   Manticore poster 84x120 reviews horror action Director: Tripp Reed
: John Werner
Release Year
: 2005

Wow, finally, a WMD!

Kramer (Jeff Fahey) – who is some kind of army commander – sends Sgt. Baxter (Robert Beltran) and his men – and woman Cpl. Keats (Heather Donahue) – out into the middle of nowhere Iraq to find a missing reporter, one Ashley Pierce (Chase Masterson). On the way out they find that all’s not well in the region – which shouldn’t surprise anyone – and there are a lot of corpses stuffed in various places. They eventually meet up with Umari (Faran Tahir) – an Iraqi who knows English – and a monster of some sort… don’t look at the title or you’ll figure out the secret!


Michael Schroeder Interview

Thursday, August 25th, 2011 by Marco Freitas -

Michael Schroeder Interview   schroeder pasfoto 86x120 interviews articles Michael Schroeder is a well-known name in the world of low-budget filmmaking. His work encompass many styles, from sci-fi actioner over black comedy to erotic thriller, and the films he´s directed are perennial favorites of people who believe the motto ‘small budgets do not necessarily equal low-tech or cheaply done flicks’. A consummate professional, the helmer of Cyborg 2 (1993), Cover Me (1996), Mortuary Academy (1988), Dead On: Relentless II (1992) and other titles was cool enough to answer a few questions for us…



Wednesday, August 31st, 2011 by J. Luis Rivera -

Naboer   IMG 83x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Pål Sletaune
Pål Sletaune
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English Title:
Next Door

Naboer   Mr Horror minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror Wild kinky fun with the sexy girls next door.

John is having a hard time with his girlfriend Ingrid leaving him. When his neighbor Anne shows up in his hallway, asking for a helping hand in her apartment, John also meets her sister Kim. The two girls will offer John the kind of distraction he wasn’t exactly anticipating…