The Giant Claw

Sunday, December 7th, 2014 by Perfesser Deviant

The Giant Claw   giant claw poster 1957 cr 80x120 sci fi reviews horror Directors: Fred F. Sears
Writers: Samuel Newman & Paul Gangelin
Release Year: 1957

When giant space-birds attack.

Electronics expert Mitch MacAfee (Jeff Morrow) is working with the US Defense Department to calibrate their northern radar network when he sees a UFO that he describes as a “flying battleship”. No one, not even the lovely female mathematician Sally Caldwell (Mara Corday) believes him, but soon the plane that they’re flying out on is downed by… something. Soon it becomes clear that there’s a giant bird flying around that’s immune to any kind of attack. So it’s up to the scientists to find a way to deal with the problem with the entire strength of the military behind them….

Oh, the giant bird is really, really stupid-looking.


The Grudge 3

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009 by Vomitron

The Grudge 3   dvd cover 84x120 reviews horror Director: Toby Wilkins
Writer: Brad Keene, based on a concept & characters created by Takashi Shimizu
Release year: 2009

Mimic 3 meets Amityville 6 in a J-Horror franchise... or maybe not.

After surviving the vicious spirit attacks in a Chicago apartment building, Jake is placed in a psychiatrical clinic. While most of the tenants have already left the building, the curse lives on in the appartment complex. Back in Tokyo, a Japanese woman believes she holds the key to stopping the vengeful ghost of Kayako once and for all…


The Guardian

Thursday, May 28th, 2009 by Vomitron

The Guardian   guardian postercr 89x119 reviews horror fantasy Director: Andrea Ricca
Writer: Andrea Ricca
Release year: 2009

An short adventure on the smallest scale

An archeologist discovers an ancient goblet at a Medieval castle setting. Upon removing it, he awakens its guardian who wants it back.


The Haunting

Sunday, April 1st, 2012 by J. Luis Rivera

The Haunting   haunting english CR 81x120 reviews horror Director: Robert Wise
Nelson Gidding, based on a novel by Shirley Jackson
Release Year:

The Haunting   Offscreen 2012 mini logo reviews horror The tale of a house to die for…

‘The Haunting’ is the story of a house, a house that was just “born bad”. An old mansion named Hill House, after the hills that surround it. But Hill House is not a common house, as for over a century it has been known as one of the most sinister haunted houses, enwrapped in a past filled with death and madness.


The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

Friday, June 5th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

The Hills Have Eyes (1977)   hillseyes77newdvd 85x120 reviews horror Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Wes Craven
Release Year: 1977

A family film.

The extended Carter clan, led by Big Bob (Russ Grieve) and Ethel (Virginia Vincent), is taking a cross-country trip to Los Angeles with their adult children Brenda (Susan Lanier), Bobby (Robert Houston), Lynne Wood (Dee Wallace) and her husband Doug (Martin Speer) and child as well as the two family dogs, Beauty and Beast. After being warned to stay out of the desert by Fred (John Steadman) , the guy at a dilapidated gas station, they go out into the desert and meet Fred’s boy Jupiter (James Whitworth) and his clan of unfriendly inbred nuclear mutant cannibalistic unwashed desert rats….