Burke And Hare

Thursday, May 12th, 2011 by Coventry

Burke And Hare   burke and hare 80x120 thriller reviews reviews comedy Director: John Landis
Piers Ashworth and Nick Moorcroft
Release year:

Burke And Hare   BIFFF 2011 minilogo thriller reviews reviews comedy Killing and body snatching with a sardonic smile!

In Nineteenth Century Edinburgh, the medical society is making great improvements. But they’re also in desperate need for fresh cadavers to study on. Even grave robbers Burke and Hare find themselves at a shortage of bodies when the demand rises, and they decide to try other ways to get their hands on fresh, dead bodies.


Camp Fear

Saturday, November 22nd, 2008 by Perfesser Deviant

Camp Fear   camp fear dvdart 84x120 reviews horror Director: Thom Keith
: Thom Keith
Release Year
: 1991

On top of Old Smokey, all covered with cheese, Thom Keith made a movie, with not enough sleaze.

We open with a bunch of sorority girls (including Savannah, Suzanne Ager, and Michelle Bauer) showering and doing other lovely things, but that quickly ends as Professor Hamilton (Vincent Van Patten), his student girlfriend Jamie (Betsy Russell) and some other girls whose names I never bothered learning head out to a field trip into the wilderness to meet as many clichés as possible….


Camp Utopia

Sunday, October 5th, 2008 by Perfesser Deviant

Camp Utopia   camp utopia1 86x120 reviews horror Director: Robert Madero
: Robert Madero and Skippy McGriff
Release Year
: 2002

Third wheels keep on turning.

Many years ago, dirty hippie cult leader / musician Timothy Bach (Stephen Pearcy) went nuts one night and started chopping up fellow dirty hippie cult members at their dirty hippie cult commune Camp Utopia. Now, some years later, five teenagers are going camping in the same place where the crimes once happened! Oh no!


Cannibal Flesh Riot!

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009 by Vomitron

Cannibal Flesh Riot!   CFR poster 81x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Gris Grimly
Writer: Gris Grimly
Release year: 2007

Like Lovecraft with a stench of foul humor

Stash and Hub are two redneck ghouls. Each night they prowl the cemetary and raid the graves to feast upon the freshly buried. But tonight, they are about to awaken something evil, as the dead are fep up with being taken advantage of…



Friday, June 17th, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

Carriers   carriers poster02 81x120 reviews horror Directors: Àlex Pastor & David Pastor
: Àlex Pastor & David Pastor
Release Year: 2009

Plague? Rats.

Danny Green (Lou Taylor Pucci) his brother Brian (Chris Pine) and two women – Bobby (Piper Perabo) and Kate (Emily VanCamp) – are heading on a road trip to the beach when they run across Frank Holloway (Christopher Meloni) and his sick daughter, Jodie (Kiernan Shipka) in a SUV that’s out of gas. Normally, this would be a minor inconvenience, but the whole USA – possibly the world – is dealing with an always-fatal pandemic, and she’s infected. In case you couldn’t guess from the title – and the fact that Christopher Meloni only seems to be cast in tragic media – things don’t end so well….