Monday, May 23rd, 2011 by Coventry

Bedevilled   Bedevilled poster ENG 84x120 thriller reviews reviews horror drama Director: Cheol-Soo Jang
Kwang-Young Choi
Release year:
South Korean title:
Kim Bok-Nam Salinsageonui Jeonmal

Bedevilled   BIFFF 2011 minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror drama Island of slow-brooding vengeance

Kim Bok-Nam lives on an island. Her life is worse than that of a slave. She’s being abused and humiliated by her husband and the rest of the island’s population. Eventually, her tragic life will leave her no other option than to revolt.


Black Christmas

Friday, January 24th, 2014 by C. John Archer

Black Christmas   BC dvd 82x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Bob Clark
Writer: Roy Moore
Release year: 1974

And this is why we invented Caller ID

The girls of a sorority house are being tormented by a twisted prank caller who continually calls to convey increasingly vile and abusive sentiments. What at first appears to be a sick joke eventually turns to violence and murder as the girls are terrorized during the supposed season of goodwill and merriment.



Monday, March 4th, 2013 by Perfesser Deviant

Bloodmoon   bloodmoon poster 80x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Alec Mills
: Robert Brennan
Release Year
: 1990

Barbed wire will keep them fenced in.

A serial killer is stalking boys and girls in Coopers Bay, somewhere along the Australian coast. Other than its location – which, aside from accents and steering wheels is indistinguishable from 80s Southern California – this is really just a mostly-routine slasher with all the requisite skin, violence, and loopiness that makes them so beloved by teens and adults who’ve come to appreciate – or deprecate – them for their excesses….


Blue Sunshine

Friday, August 5th, 2011 by Fawn Krisenthia

Blue Sunshine   blue sunshine dvd cover 82x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Jeff Lieberman
Jeff Lieberman
Release Year:

Bald Rage!

Blue Sunshine   Mr Horror minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror A man appears to lose his mind (along with his hair) and goes on a mad killing spree. When Jerry Zipkin (Zalman King), a young man in his 30s, is wrongly accused of being the murderer, he sets out to do his own investigation while eluding police.


Bunny Lake Is Missing

Sunday, March 30th, 2014 by Coventry

Bunny Lake Is Missing   Bunny Lake poster 01 78x120 thriller reviews reviews drama Director: Otto Preminger
Writer: John Mortimer and Penelope Mortimer, based on a novel by Marryam Modell
Release year:

Bunny Lake Is Missing   Offscreen 2014 minilogo thriller reviews reviews drama Peculiar but fascinating psycho-thriller

When Ann Lake goes to pick up her daughter after her first day of school, the little girl is nowhere to be found. With a Scotland Yard inspector finding no criminal evidence of abduction and no further trace of the girl’s disappearance, Ann’s brother Steven decides to take matters into his own hands.