The Hills Have Eyes Part II

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

The Hills Have Eyes Part II   hills have eyes 2 poster 84x120 reviews horror Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Wes Craven
Release Year: 1985

WHO has a flash back?!

Eight years after the first film a group of dirt bike enthusiasts – including Ruby (Janus Blythe) from the original, now called Rachel – decide to take a shortcut across the desert to get to a race on time. This proves to be an error in judgment. You see, something awful, and hungry, and awfully hungry, still prowls the desert….


The Hitcher II: I’ve Been Waiting

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

The Hitcher II: Ive Been Waiting   the hitcher 2 poster reviews horror action Director: Louis Morneau
Writer: Molly Meeker, Charles R. Meeker and Leslie Scharf
Release Year: 2003

Sometimes a different route is a good idea.

Jim Halsey (C. Thomas Howell) is still a little messed up from the events of the first film, but not so messed up that he skipped becoming a cop; although being tightly-wound and shooting people for no reason is a bad idea. He takes his girlfriend, Maggie (Kari Wuhrer), out to visit his old friend Capt. Esteridge (played by Stephen Hair this time) when his bitch girlfriend insists on stopping for a hitchhiker … also named ‘Jim’ (Jake Busey), then, as in the first film, things go badly….


The Howl

Sunday, January 24th, 2010 by shuizmz

The Howl   lurlo 82x120 reviews drama Director: Tinto Brass
Writer: Tinto Brass, Gian Carlo Fusco, Franco Longo and Gigi Proietti
Release year: 1970
Italian title: L’Urlo

Interesting to watch.

Director Tinto Brass has created a film that I will never, to my last dying breath, ever understand. This is pegged as a “surreal cult classic” and it most surely was surreal and has enough bizarre and incredibly sensational scenes full of artistic shots. In addition, a warped scenario featuring random mind-fuck sets in which I truly had no idea what the hell was going on. Seriously, Brass himself could explain each scene as I viewed it and I would still never “get it”.


The Immaculate Conception Of Little Dizzle

Monday, March 15th, 2010 by Vomitron

The Immaculate Conception Of Little Dizzle   The IC of Little Dizzle poster 80x120 reviews comedy Director: David Russo
David Russo
Release year:

Funny, trippy and swift

The Immaculate Conception Of Little Dizzle   Offscreen 2010 mini logo reviews comedy Dory (Marshall Allman) manages to get fired from his job as a data-programmer. Or perhaps ‘quitting it like he didn’t care’ would be a more accurate description. He becomes a newborn janitor, working the night shifts. Together with his colleagues, he also enlists in a marketing study that’s looking for people to try out new cookies. If you thought space-cake is something that can weigh a little hard on your stomach, then just wait until you get a load of these biscuits…


The Innocents

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012 by J. Luis Rivera

The Innocents   the innocents dvd 84x120 reviews horror Director: Jack Clayton
William Archibald, Truman Capote and John Mortimer based on a novel by Henry James
Release Year:

The Innocents   Offscreen 2012 mini logo reviews horror Marvelous tale of Gothic horror

When a governess arrives at an enormous mansion on the country side, she slowly but surely starts to get terrified by two children playing haunting games with her mind.