The Intruder Within

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015 by Vomitron

The Intruder Within   The Intruder Within VHS cover 68x120 reviews horror Director: Peter Carter
Writer: Ed Waters
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When the oil brings death, the rig is doomed.

The crew members of a secluded oil rig near Antarctica face extinction when a deep sea parasite infests the platform, lays its eggs and spawns its offspring.


The Last House on the Left

Monday, June 29th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

The Last House on the Left   lhotl poster 5 85x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Wes Craven
Release Year: 1972

Two girls have a Hess of a time.

Two girls, straitlaced Mari Collingwood (Sandra Cassel) and wilder girl Phyllis Stone (Lucy Grantham) go to New York City to attend a concert, but they run afoul of a problem. That problem comes in the form of two escaped criminals – Krug Stillo (David Hess) and Fred ‘Weasel’ Podowski (Fred Lincoln) – and two scumbags – Sadie (Jeramie Rain) and Junior Stillo (Marc Sheffler). When the scumbags end up at the home of Mari’s parents, Dr. John (Richard Towers) and Estelle (Cynthia Carr), things go from bad to ugly to Leatherface very quickly….


The Midnight Meat Train

Sunday, March 1st, 2009 by J. Luis Rivera

The Midnight Meat Train   mmt051 83x120 reviews horror Director: Ryûhei Kitamura
Writer: Jeff Buhler based on a short story by Clive Barker
Release Year: 2008

Last train to horror!

Clive Barker, one of the most original and influential authors in modern fantasy and horror fiction, took the world by surprise in 1984 with the publishing of the first volume of a collection of short stories titled “Books of Blood” (five more volumes would be published between 1984 and 1985). In this his first published work, Barker displayed his great imagination and talent, as well as his very personal style of dark fantasy. Hailed by Stephen King as “the future of horror”, Barker soon showed interest in film and began to write screenplays and adaptations of his previous works for the big screen.


The New Barbarians

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009 by Vomitron

The New Barbarians   new barbarians dvdcr1 83x120 sci fi reviews action Director: Enzo G. Castellari
Writers: Tito Carpi, Enzo G. Castellari & Antonio Visone
Release Year: 1982
Italian title: I Nuovi Barbari

Fred Williamson and the Templars of Doom

The New Barbarians   offscreen 2009 mini logo sci fi reviews action Italian Post-Apocalyptic Mayhem… Oh, how those words sound like music to my ears.  Undisputed champions, as they are, in ripping off every possible succesful foreign genre known to mankind, Italians can truly claim the title of being the uncrowned kings of 80′s Post-Nuke sci-fi/action fodder. Once again the end of the world is nigh, and these warriors of the Italian wastelands perfectly illustrate just how insane things can get…


The Omega Man

Friday, April 10th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

The Omega Man   omegaman 78x120 sci fi reviews horror action Director: Boris Sagal
Writer: John William Corrington & Joyce Hooper Corrington based on I Am Legend by Richard Matheson
Release Year: 1971

Take your stinking hands off me, you damned dirty family!

Robert Neville (Charlton Heston) – the lone surviving human after a pandemic – fights madness in a deserted the Los Angeles. In addition to the scourge that is loneliness, he has to face the survivors who are horribly mutated by the disease. Ironically, the reason Neville survived unscathed, is because he was a scientist working to cure the plague when an accident forced him to try the experimental cure on himself….