The Seasoning House

Thursday, December 11th, 2014 by Coventry

The Seasoning House   The Seasoning House dvd front 85x120 thriller reviews reviews drama Director: Paul Hyett
Writer: Paul Hyett, Conal Palmer and Adrian Rigelsford, based on an original idea by Helen Solomon
Release year: 2012

Four devastating Seasons in one House…

The Seasoning House   Zeno Pictures mini logo thriller reviews reviews drama Somewhere in the Balkans, an illegal brothel becomes the sinister new home for the recently abducted deaf-mute Angel. The abuse and rape the young female inhabitants have to endure from the visiting military misfits, goes from bad to worse. When her best friend Vanya gets fatally brutalized, Angel has nothing but vengeance left on her mind.


The Sinful Dwarf

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009 by shuizmz and Vomitron

The Sinful Dwarf   sinful dwarf severin 84x120 reviews horror drama Writer: Vidal Raski
Director: Harlan Asquith & William Mayo
Release year: 1973
Danish title: Dvaergen

Great evil can sometimes come in very small packages….

I have waited quite a while to see this film. I do not exactly know why I wanted to see it so badly, considering I have a great distaste and fear towards dwarves, little people, midgets….whatever the hell they are called. I guess for someone who is well over 6 feet tall, it makes sense that my fears are of things that are tiny.


The Skull

Sunday, June 15th, 2014 by Coventry

The Skull   The Skull dvd 81x120 reviews horror Director: Freddie Francis
Writer: Robert Bloch and Milton Subotsky
Release year:

All bone and no brains

When Dr. Christopher Maitland (Peter Cushing) purchases the skull of the infamous Marquis de Sade, a force of unspeakable evil penetrates his life and that of those surrounding him, possessing anyone who owns the skull with the will to kill.


The Strange Vice Of Mrs Wardh

Thursday, January 30th, 2014 by C. John Archer

The Strange Vice Of Mrs Wardh   Mrs W dvd no shame 84x120 thriller reviews horror Director: Sergio Martino
Writer: Vittorio Caronia, Ernesto Gastaldi and Eduardo Manzanos Brochero
Release year: 1971
Italian title: ‘Lo Strano Vizio Della Signora Wardh’
Aka title: ‘Blade Of The Ripper’

When you think one of the men in your life is a serial killer it’s time to find new friends

Italian giallo stalwart, Edwige Fenech stars as Julie Wardh, a beautiful woman with a colourful past, trapped in a dull marriage and stalked by her sadistic ex-lover, Jean (Ivan Rassimov). All the while, a series of savage murders are taking place in the city eventually drawing Julie into a twisted game.


The Thing with Two Heads

Sunday, February 17th, 2013 by Perfesser Deviant

The Thing with Two Heads   The Thing with Two Heads poster 1 82x120 reviews horror comedy action Director: Lee Frost
: Lee Frost, Wes Bishop & James Gordon White based on a story by Lee Frost & Wes Bishop
Release Year
: 1972

Ray gives Rosey head.

Brilliant scientist and surgeon Dr. Maxwell Kirshner (Ray Milland) is dying of cancer and hopes to transplant his still-healthy head onto another body. Enter death-row inmate Jack Moss (Roosevelt ‘Rosey’ Grier) who’s willing to provide the much-needed body because he’s certain that he’ll be exonerated shortly. Unfortunately, Maxwell is a raging racist, as we see in his poor treatment of talented young black doctor Dr. Fred Williams (Don Marshall), so now he’s got a chip on his shoulder, so to speak….