Village Of The Damned

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014 by J. Luis Rivera

Village Of The Damned   village of the damned poster 01 75x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Wolf Rilla
Writers: Stirling Silliphant, Wolf Rilla and Ronald Kinnoch, based on a novel by John Wyndham
Realease year: 1960

Village Of The Damned   Offscreen 2014 minilogo sci fi reviews horror These kids aren’t alright at all!

In the small countryside town of Midwich, the whole population suddenly embraces an unnatural sleep. When they wake up shortly after, life just seems to go back to normal as if nothing happened. Until two months later, when all fertile women in the area have become pregnant.



Monday, June 1st, 2009 by Coventry

Visions   visions poster 84x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Luigi Cecinelli
Andrea Dal Monte
Release year: 2009

Ambitious Italian thriller

Visions   bifff2009 minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror When Matt wakes up in a mental health hospital after a car accident, he’s suffering from amnesia. Trying to learn more about his life, he accidentally stumbles upon Dr. Leeman’s hidden files of an unsolved serial killer case. From that moment onward, Matt starts having strange visions of the victims.


Wendigo (1978)

Thursday, February 11th, 2010 by Perfesser Deviant

Wendigo (1978)   wendigo 1978 vhs 68x120 reviews horror Director: Paul Kener
: Paul Kener based on a short story by Algernon Blackwood
Release Year
: 1978

Hickory roasting.

A whole bunch of dreadful campers are led by faux-French-Canadian Defago (Van Washburn Jr.) out into a wilderness that includes an island haunted by some evil spirit which is guarding a treasure or some such stupidity….


White Skin

Thursday, May 28th, 2015 by J. Luis Rivera

White Skin   White Skin art dvd front 82x120 romance reviews horror drama Director: Daniel Roby
Writer: Joël Champetier (based on his novel) and Daniel Roby
Release Year: 2004
French Title: ‘La Peau Blanche’
AKA Title: ‘Cannibal’

White Skin   Mr Horror minilogo romance reviews horror drama Love can be a pretty dangerous thing

When literature student Thierry (Marc Paquet) meets music student Claire (Marianne Farley), they enter a relationship primarily based on physical attraction. While Thierry from his end falls in love with pale-skinned redhead Claire, she herself seems to be attracted to him for different reasons…


Wicked, Wicked

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015 by Anna McKibben

Wicked, Wicked   wicked wicked 1973 poster 01 CR 78x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Richard L. Bare
Writer: Richard L. Bare
Release Year: 1973

Twice the tension! Twice the terror! Half the plot!

A psychotic electrician is on the loose at the Grandview Hotel, picking off young blonde guests faster than you can say “split-screen.” It’s up to the hotel’s detective (because that’s a thing, apparently) to solve the murders before his ex-wife is the next target.