Thursday, June 30th, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

Gayracula   gayracula cr 66x120 reviews horror Director: Roger Earl
: Laurei I. Lee & Dorothee Psaw
Release Year
: 1983

And people say Twilight is gay…

Count Gaylord (Tim Kramer) and his servant Boris (Rand Remington) head to Los Angeles after one of the Count’s converts, the Marquis de Suede (Steve Collins) appears there. There’s a hell of a lot more gay sex than plot, which makes it a lot harder … tougher to discuss this one than usual. Not because there’s anything wrong with gayness, but when a film is 93% scenes of sexual activity, there’s painfully little plot left….



Sunday, August 23rd, 2009 by Coventry

Grace   grace posterCR 81x120 reviews horror drama Director: Paul Solet
Writer: Paul Solet
Release year: 2009

Not Without My Bloodthirsty Daughter

Grace   bifff2009 minilogo reviews horror drama Madeline is pregnant, and that’s all that matters to her. She’ll give birth, one way or the other, dead or alive. Actually, dead and alive. The newborn baby, that is.


Grizzly Rage

Thursday, June 30th, 2011 by Vomitron

Grizzly Rage   grizzly rage 83x120 reviews horror Director: David DeCoteau
Arne Olsen
Release Year:

That’s a beautiful bear. I want one too.

I desperately try to not watch one single David DeCoteau movie every year, yet for some reason I always seem to end up watching one of them every single year. This has been going on for some years now. I have no explanation for this phenomenon.


Hangman’s Curse

Sunday, September 16th, 2012 by Perfesser Deviant

Hangmans Curse   Hangmans Curse poster 1 80x120 reviews horror Director: Rafal Zielinski
: Kathy Mackel & Stan Foster based on a novel by Frank Peretti
Release Year
: 2003

The Holy Ghost vs. The Unholy Ghost.

The Springfield family – father Nate (David Keith), mother Sarah (Mel Harris), sister Elisha (Leighton Meester) and son Elijah (Douglas Smith) – work for the Veritas Project or something solving difficult cases. Now, aside from the fact that the feds would never hire a whole family – especially one in which the parents were such tools that they give their kids identical-sounding names – these folks seem about as professional as an abortionist with blood in his hair. They’re sent in to a school to investigate why the football team is dying after screaming that a former student who hanged himself – Abel Frye (George Humphreys) – is coming for them. Luckily this family of WASPs will help solve a mystery with the help of their dog named Scooby Doo (William Shakesbear). Actually, the dog is named ‘Max’, but this feels about the level of an episode of Scooby Doo with the exception of a distinct lack of Velma for me to lust after.

Velma’s hot, shut up!


Harry un ami qui vous veut du bien

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 by Vomitron

Harry un ami qui vous veut du bien   Harry posterCR 83x120 thriller reviews reviews horror drama comedy Director: Dominik Moll
Dominik Moll and Gilles Marchand (poem “Un poignard en peau de nuit” by Francis Villain)
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Never trust a helping hand

This film had been on my to-see list ever since it came out. I can gladly say that it perfectly fulfilled my expectations. The only advice I can give, is to not expect to be overwhelmed by the time the film ends. Though things get pretty demented at times, the ways of this film are strangely subtle & sinisterly humorous. If you’ve enjoyed Michael Haneke‘s Funny Games (1997), then you should not hesitate to see this French film too.