The Profane Exhibit

Thursday, March 5th, 2015 by Coventry

The Profane Exhibit   The Profane Exhibit poster 02 84x120 reviews horror Directors: Jeremy Kasten, Uwe Boll, Ruggero Deodato, Anthony DiBlasi, Marian Dora, Andrey Iskanov, José Mojica Marins, Ryan Nicholson, Yoshihiro Nishimura, Michael Todd Schneider, Richard Stanley, Sergio Stivaletti and Nacho Vigalondo
Writers: David Bond, Carlo Baldacci Carli, Ruggero Deodato, Anthony DiBlasi, Ray Garton, Manda Manuel, Colin McCracken, Ryan Nicholson, Yoshihiro Nishimura, Scott Swan and Paolo Zelati
Release Year: 2013

The Profane Exhibit   BIFFF 2014 mini logo1 reviews horror Disappointment of the century…

Members of an elite underground club in Paris gather to tell each other the most shocking tales of depravity imaginable.


The Quiet Earth (Review)

Saturday, August 9th, 2008 by Vomitron

The Quiet Earth (Review)   thequietearth 84x120 sci fi reviews drama Director: Geoff Murphy
Writers: Bill Baer, Bruno Lawrence & Sam Pillsbury (based on a novel by Graig Harrison)
Release year: 1985

Condemned to live

Zac Hobson wakes up to what could have been a normal day. But it’s not. His life will never be the same as he finds out he’s the only person left on this earth. What happened and where have all the people gone?


The Quiet Ones

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014 by Coventry

The Quiet Ones   the quiet ones poster 01 77x120 reviews horror Director: John Pogue
Writer: Graig Rosenberg, Oren Moverman, John Pogue and Tom de Ville
Release year: 2014

Too quiet, dammit! Show some guts!

The Quiet Ones   BIFFF 2014 mini logo reviews horror An unorthodox Oxford professor sets up an experiment to prove his theory that poltergeists manifest themselves through the traumatized minds of unstable people. A couple of students will assist him with manipulating an emotionally scarred female guinea pig. Loosely inspired by a true story.


The Reckoning

Monday, March 24th, 2014 by Vomitron and Coventry

The Reckoning   the reckoning dvd 68x120 reviews drama Director: Jack Gold
John McGrath, based on a novel by Patrick Hall
Release year:

The Reckoning   Offscreen 2014 minilogo reviews drama Shamefully overlooked, nearly neglected and very worthwhile discovering

The Irish-rooted Michael Marler (Nicol Williamson) is a businessman living and working in London. His arrogance and determination has brought him success and a marriage on the verge of a breakdown. When he learns that his father has had a serious accident, he promptly drives back to his Liverpool hometown to reunite with his estranged family.


The Redeemer: Son of Satan!

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

The Redeemer: Son of Satan!   The Redeemer Son of Satan poster 85x120 reviews horror fantasy Director: Constantine S. Gochis
: William Vernick
Release Year
: 1978
Aka title:
Class Reunion Massacre

By the doubling of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.

From a dark lake filling the bottom of an abandoned quarry rises a little boy (Christopher Flint) who then catches a bus. This startling scene, though almost disconnected from the bulk of the film, show us that we’re in for something unusual. While a group of jerkoffs at a high-school reunion getting bumped off isn’t entirely original, this one tries to be something different by having the killer be something far from the norm…. (more…)