The Unknown

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009 by Vomitron

The Unknown   the unknown dvdcover 83x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Michael Hjorth
Writers: Michael Hjorth and Tomas Tivemark
Release year: 2000
Swedish title:
Det Okända

Who goes there?

The Unknown   mr horror minilogo sci fi reviews horror A group of five biologists travels up to Norrland, situated in the northern part of Sweden, to investigate a burned down forest region. During their first scout, they find a strangely deformed cadaver of a small, unidentifiable creature. Taking it back to their camp site was the first mistake they made…


The Wasp Woman

Friday, May 23rd, 2008 by Vomitron

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Director: Roger Corman
Writer: Leo Gordon
Release year: 1959

Can you sting me, baby?

When a professor develops a rejuvenating serum derived from a queen wasp, a cosmetic magnate beginning to feel her age decides to put herself to the test… with disastrous consequences.


The Wicker Man

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 by J. Luis Rivera

The Wicker Man   The Wicker Man vhs 68x120 thriller reviews reviews horror drama Director: Robin Hardy
Writer: Anthony Shaffer
Release year: 1973

The Wicker Man   Offscreen 2014 minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror drama Simply a brilliant thriller!

When Sergeant Neil Howie (Edward Woodward) travels to the remote island of Summerisle to investigate rumors of the disappearance of a young girl, he slowly finds himself entangled in a mystery leading to a clash of cultures and religious extremities.



Friday, March 6th, 2009 by Vomitron

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Writers: Michel Gondry, Leos carax & Joon-Bo-Hong
Release year: 2008

Tokyo seen through visionary eyes

Tokyo!   offscreen 2009 mini logo reviews horror drama comedy With great anticipation audiences attended Offscreen Film Festival’s opening-film Tokyo! (the screening sold out). Understandably, as the movie is a quite ambitious project featuring three prominent directors of contemporay cinema, each stituating their unique tale in modern day Tokyo, one of the most enigmatic metropolitan cities on earth.


Tooth & Nail

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

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: Mark Young
Release Year
: 2007

Red Rover, Red Rover, You Got Blood All Over….

So, peak oil has peaked and mankind was unable to figure out what to do about it so the world went all West Virginia on us. Darwin (Robert Carradine) leads a group that doesn’t understand that survival of the fittest means, that they actually all need to work hard. The group – who dwell in a hospital – admit a new member, Neon (Rachel Miner). A current member – Viper (Michael Kelly) – leaves while pretty Dakota (Nicole DuPort) and Nova the “retard” (Emily Catherine Young) remain with the rest. Then, as is often the case with post-apocalyptic worlds, the lowlifes show up and bring their sharp things that they use for cutting and culling and even flensing.