Willow Creek

Friday, March 6th, 2015 by Coventry

Willow Creek   Willow Creek poster 01 80x120 reviews horror Director: Bobcat Goldthwait
Writer: Bobcat Goldthwait
Release Year: 2013

Willow Creek   BIFFF 2014 mini logo1 reviews horror Allow Bigfoot to grow on you…

Jim Kessel absolutely wants to prove once and for all that the notorious Bigfoot really exists and heads out to the Willow Creek area with a handycam and his non-believing girlfriend Kelly. They have a lot of fun at first, but late at night in their tent in the middle of the woods, things get serious.


Wolf Creek 2

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 by Coventry

Wolf Creek 2   Wolf Creek 2 poster 02 CR 79x120 reviews horror Director: Greg Mclean
Greg Mclean and Aaron Sterns
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Wolf Creek 2   BIFFF 2014 mini logo reviews horror Oy Mick, throw another tourist on the barbie!

The deeply disturbed outback pig hunter Mick Taylor is back and bloodthirstier than ever. In this brutal and explicit sequel, he relentlessly pursues various unfortunate people through the enormous and inescapable Wolf Creek crater region.


Would You Rather

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014 by C. John Archer

Would You Rather   wyrposter 81x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: David Guy Levy
Writer: Steffen Schlachtenhaufen
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I’d rather do something else.

In a bid to help her sick brother, a desperate young woman (Brittany Snow) attends a dinner party hosted by a wealthy aristocrat (Jeffrey Combs). The party culminates with a game against other down-on-their-luck attendees in a winner take all version of the children’s game, would you rather?



Tuesday, March 11th, 2014 by C. John Archer

Xtro   xtro vhs 70x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Harry Bromley Davenport
Michel Parry, Harry Bromley Davenport, Iain Cassie and Robert Smith
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Xtro   Offscreen 2014 minilogo sci fi reviews horror And boom goes the womb, tonight!

After being abducted by aliens three years earlier Sam (Phillip Sayer) returns to earth and reunites himself with his wife Rachel (Bernice Stegers) and son Tony (Simon Nash). While Sam was away Rachel moved on with her life and started seeing Joe (Danny Brainin) and after the arrival of Sam at the couples flat Joe begins to suspect that Sam is not all that he appears to be.


Your Vice Is A Locked Room And Only I have The Key

Thursday, January 30th, 2014 by C. John Archer

Your Vice Is A Locked Room And Only I have The Key   Your Vice french poster 76x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Sergio Martino
Writer: Adriano Bolzoni, Ernesto Gastaldi, Sauro Scavolini and Luciano Martino, based on a short story by Edgar Allan Poe
Release year: 1972
Italian title: ‘Il Tuo Vizio È Una Stanza Chiusa E Solo Io Ne Ho La Chiave’

Beware of those who call their cat Satan.

Oliviero (Luigi Pistilli) is an alcoholic, sadistic and despicable has-been writer, whom has recently lost his mother, regularly abuses and humiliates his wife Irina (Anita Strindberg) and engages in illicit relationships at any given opportunity. When one of his mistresses is found brutally murdered, the suspicions of both the police and his wife fall on Oliviero whose problems are confounded by the arrival of Floriana (Edwige Fenech), his young and beautiful niece with an unclear agenda.