Archive for March, 2012

Almost Human

Sunday, March 25th, 2012 by Coventry -

Almost Human   almost human 00 84x120 thriller reviews reviews action Director: Umberto Lenzi
Ernesto Gastaldi
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Milano Odia: La Polizia Non Può Sparare

Almost Human   Offscreen 2012 mini logo thriller reviews reviews action Not nearly human, but delightfully beastly

A psychotic small-time criminal realizes that the everyday robberies, rapes and murders he commits aren’t making him all that much money, so he figures to hit it big time by kidnapping the daughter of a rich man. Piece of cake, or so it seems, but as to be expected, things don’t go down all that smoothly.


Death Weekend

Saturday, March 17th, 2012 by Vomitron -

Death Weekend   DW poster01 83x120 thriller reviews reviews horror comedy Director: William Fruet
William Fruet
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The House By The Lake

Weekend of Fun & Violence

Death Weekend   Offscreen 2012 mini logo thriller reviews reviews horror comedy Four lowlife losers get what they deserve when losing an amusing street race by crashing their hot rod vehicle into a river. The winning Corvette car belongs to rich pervy playboy dentist Harry (Chuck Shamata), who’s just looking for some sex with fashion model Diane (Brenda Vaccaro) in his secluded house by the lake. Diane did all the driving, which immediately makes her a very strong & resourceful lady and him a sore whimp. The four antagonists don’t handle defeat very well, so they go searching for the couple to even the score.


Offscreen 2012

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 by Red Steele -

Offscreen 2012   Offscreen 2012 teaser poster 81x120 news Curious cinematic wonders will surface again in Brussels, Belgium.

Wednesday the 7th of March will witness the kick-off of the 5th Anniversary Edition of Offscreen Film Festival at Cinema Nova.

A three-week adventure on various locations. Movies. Guests. Concerts. The Works.

Things will come to an end on the 25th of March.

What all lies in between…?


The Cat and the Canary

Monday, March 19th, 2012 by Coventry -

The Cat and the Canary   the cat and the canary 81x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Paul Leni
Alfred A. Cohn and Robert F. Hill based on the play by John Willard
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The Cat and the Canary   Offscreen 2012 mini logo reviews horror comedy Spoken words fail to describe the charm of this silent classic

When a millionaire dies, his greedy relatives are gathered in his old spooky house. When the clock strikes midnight, the will is scheduled to be read. And they’ll be in for a treat.