Saturday, June 18th, 2011 by Vomitron

Deathstalker   deathstalker dvd 84x120 reviews horror fantasy Director: James Sbardellati
Howard R. Cohen
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One boobie, two boobies, four boobies, six boobies, eight…

The fearless warrior Deathstalker (Richard Hill), defender of all women who expose their breasts, sets off on a quest to obtain three ancient relics with magical powers. The evil magician Munkar (Bernard Erhard) pretty much wants the same, only he cares a bit less about topless women and more about, well, uhm, doing evil things. Naturally, there’s also a princess held captive which the mighty Deathstalker has to save.


Deathstalker II

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 by Vomitron and Perfesser Deviant

Deathstalker II   deathstalker ii poster02 88x120 reviews horror fantasy comedy Director: Jim Wynorski
Neil Ruttenberg, R.J. Robertson and Jim Wynorski
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Duel of the Boobies

Princess Evie (Monique Gabrielle) meets Deathstalker (John Terlesky) when she’s being abused by the king’s guards. She gets him to help her on a quest to wrest control of her kingdom back from Jarek the Sorcerer (John Lazar) and his clone of Evie (also Monique Gabrielle). They have some comedic adventures, etc.


Devil’s Diary

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010 by Perfesser Deviant

Devils Diary   dsevils diaree 84x120 reviews horror Director: Farhad Mann
: John Benjamin Martin
Release Year
: 2007

A book more evil than ‘How to be Evil’ by Evilio McEvildoer

Dominique (Alexz Johnson) and her friend Ursula (Magda Apanowicz) find a book at the cemetery which turns out to grant evil wishes when they’re written down in the book. Now, we all know that the best person to give ultimate power to is a teenage girl as they’ll, of course, only use it responsibly….



Monday, March 30th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

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Director: Kevin O’Neill
Writer: Dan Acre, Frances Doel & John Huckert
Release Year: 2004

Jurassic Crock!

A monster escapes from a biology lab and it’s up to a b-movie cast to stop it. The monster – and I hope you’ll forgive my horrible spoilers here – is part dinosaur and part crocodile. Yeah….



Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 by Coventry

Discopathe   Discopathe poster 01 80x120 reviews horror Director: Renaud Gauthier
Renaud Gauthier
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Discopathe   BIFFF 2014 mini logo 150x25 reviews horror HA-HA-Ha-ha (try) staying alive!

Duane Lewis is a handsome twenty-something New Yorker, but he has one major problem. The sound of disco music causes him to turn into a maniacal killer. Unfortunately for him, disco is something nearly impossible to avoid in the year 1976.