Tuesday, May 31st, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

Croc   Croc 2007 CR 84x120 reviews horror action Director: Stewart Raffill
: Ken Solarz
Release Year
: 2007

Salty doom

Bridge Largemeat … I mean … Jack McQuade (Peter Tuinstra), runs an animal park in Thailand which is much coveted by designated bad guy industrialist Andy Konsong Jr. (Tawon Saetang). When someone gets eaten by a crocodile the same day a crocodile escapes from the park that Jack built, he teams up with croc expert Croc Hawkins (Michael Madsen) to find the real crocodile because his tame crocs are too nice to eat people. Unfortunately, the giant croc they have to face is a CGI model, so it’s going to be tough….



Friday, December 11th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

Cry Wolf   cry wolf dvd 84x120 reviews horror Director: Jeff Wadlow
Writer: Beau Bauman & Jeff Wadlow
Release Year: 2005

He should have taken a cue from Peter.

Owen Matthews (Julian Morris) gets sent to a new prep school because he got caught dealing drugs. He meets a cute girl called Dodger (Lindy Booth) who gets him involved in a game the rich kids play that is something like duck-duck-goose, kinda sorta. The game works like poker in that bluffing and calling bluffs are far more important than the hand one has been dealt….


Curse of Bigfoot

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

Curse of Bigfoot   curse of bigfoot 88x120 reviews horror Director: Dave Flocker
: James T. Flocker
Release Year
: 1978

When Bigfoot Indian mummies attack.

A professor and a gaggle of students head out into the mountains for some learning about Indians. Instead they find a cave that contains a mummy, which they, against all standards of archeology, remove to a woodshed. The mummy’s not dead though, or maybe it is, and rises up and slays….


Dead Meat

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

Dead Meat   dead meat poster 89x120 reviews horror Director: Conor McMahon
: Conor McMahon
Release Year
: 2004

100% cow-fed-cow for that double-cow, juiced-in goodness

Martin (David Ryan) and Helena (Marián Araújo) are driving along when they hit a guy and make him go squish, except that he then rises from the dead and chews a hole in Martin’s throat. The problem is that there’s a worse case of mad-cow disease spreading around than that which occurs in a sorority when all the synchronized sisters go down for maintenance at the same time; about as much blood too. Clearly this is a really bad problem that needs to be addressed quickly and carefully… oh, right, zombies….


Dead Ringers

Sunday, November 2nd, 2008 by J. Luis Rivera

Dead Ringers   dead ringers dvd red11 80x120 thriller reviews reviews horror drama Director: David Cronenberg
Writer: Norman Sinder and David Cronenberg based on a book by Bari Wood and Jack Geasland
Release Year: 1988

Love is the deadliest disease

Few filmmakers have a style as clearly defined as Canadian director David Cronenberg, whose career has been developed on a constantly evolving path moving from the themes of extreme physical horror of his early years (which culminate in the awesome remake of “The Fly” in 1986) to the subtler, psychologically oriented (though no less disturbing) themes of his recent work. Like a trip from the outer body horror to the inner one, the one of the mind.