Baby Blues

Friday, January 9th, 2015 by Coventry

Baby Blues   Baby Blues poster 01 86x120 reviews horror drama Director: Poh-Chih Leong
Writer: Bak-Ming Wong
Release Year: 2013

Baby Blues   BIFFF 2014 mini logo reviews horror drama Utter garbage, proudly presented in pointless 3D!

A young couple moves into a new house and finds a mysterious left behind doll. The doll homes a malignant spirit, as it makes the wife believe that it is the stillborn half of the twins she gave birth to.


Basilisk: The Serpent King

Thursday, May 26th, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

Basilisk: The Serpent King   Basilisk The Serpent King poster 80x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Stephen Furst
: Wil McCarthy & Chase Parker
Release Year
: 2006

Stoned snake.

Archeologist Dr. Harry McColl (Jeremy London) and his team Rudy (Griff Furst) and Sierra (Sarah Skeeters) dig up a rockfall and find a bunch of statues – including a basilisk statue – as well as a golden rod with a jewel on top. Back in the states, Harry meets new faculty Rachel Donegal (Wendy Carter) right before he attends the opening of the exhibit of the dig finds. The opening is emceed by Professor Carlton (Stephen Furst) and attended by benefactors Brock (Doug Dearth) and Hannah (Yancy Butler), but is not particularly successful when the basilisk suddenly returns to life and attacks.



Monday, May 23rd, 2011 by Coventry

Bedevilled   Bedevilled poster ENG 84x120 thriller reviews reviews horror drama Director: Cheol-Soo Jang
Kwang-Young Choi
Release year:
South Korean title:
Kim Bok-Nam Salinsageonui Jeonmal

Bedevilled   BIFFF 2011 minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror drama Island of slow-brooding vengeance

Kim Bok-Nam lives on an island. Her life is worse than that of a slave. She’s being abused and humiliated by her husband and the rest of the island’s population. Eventually, her tragic life will leave her no other option than to revolt.


Black Christmas

Friday, January 24th, 2014 by C. John Archer

Black Christmas   BC dvd 82x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Bob Clark
Writer: Roy Moore
Release year: 1974

And this is why we invented Caller ID

The girls of a sorority house are being tormented by a twisted prank caller who continually calls to convey increasingly vile and abusive sentiments. What at first appears to be a sick joke eventually turns to violence and murder as the girls are terrorized during the supposed season of goodwill and merriment.



Tuesday, February 17th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

Blacula   blacula dvd1 84x120 reviews horror DirectorWilliam Crain
WriterRaymond KoenigJoan Torres
Release Year1972

He’s a baaaaad muther-biter.

African Prince Mamuwalde (William Marshall) and his bride Luva (Vonetta McGee) visit Count Dracula (Charles Macaulay) to ask him to help them end slavery. Dracula thinks the Prince’s idea a really funny one and offers to buy Luva instead. When Prince Mamuwalde objects to this, Dracula bites him and chains his wife to the wall to teach him a lesson. Many centuries later, the contents of Dracula’s castle are sold and ‘Blacula’ is transported to the U.S. in his coffin.

Because, naturally, no one would look inside a heavy coffin before shipping it overseas….