8th Wonderland

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009 by Coventry -

8th Wonderland   8th wonderland affiche cr 84x120 thriller reviews sci fi reviews drama Directors: Nicolas Alberny and Jean Mach
Writers: Nicolas Alberny and Jean Mach
Release year: 2008

Many things changed since Alice visited the first Wonderland…

8th Wonderland   bifff2009 minilogo thriller reviews sci fi reviews drama There are millions of people around the globe that are fed up with the way things are going in this world. What if they had the chance to unite in a virtual nation and were offered the opportunity to make a difference…?


A Bucket Of Blood

Saturday, February 6th, 2010 by Sterf -

A Bucket Of Blood   abucketofblood 81x120 full length movies Director: Roger Corman
Writers: Charles B. Griffith (screenplay)
Release year: 1959

The Picture That’ll Make You… sick sick SICK with Laughter!

The movie begins with a horrible beatnik poet reciting some terrible poetry and that made me almost put it off to watch The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant instead. But hey, since I watched the first minute, I might as well view the next 64. And I’m glad I did, ’cause it’s a pretty damn good black comedy.


An American Carol

Friday, August 7th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

An American Carol   AmericanCarolposter 85x120 reviews fantasy comedy Director: David Zucker
Writers: David Zucker, Myrna Sokoloff & Lewis Friedman based on a book by Charles Dickens (who, for some reason, is uncredited)
Release Year: 2008

A classic novel, raped.

Liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Malone (Kevin P. Farley) is trying to end celebration of the 4th of July when the ghost of John F. Kennedy (Chriss Anglin) steps out of his television like Samara and tells him he will be visited by three spirits. The first, and only one who’s more than a cameo, is General George S. Patton (Kelsey Grammer), the second is George Washington (Jon Voight), and the third is Trace Adkins. Around this mangling of Dickens’ classic is wrought a story of terrorist Aziz (Robert Davi) hoping to use Malone to further his goals….


Bloodsucking Freaks

Sunday, March 10th, 2013 by Perfesser Deviant -

Bloodsucking Freaks   bloodsucking freaks poster 1 84x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Joel M. Reed
: Joel M. Reed
Release Year
: 1976

Mistreating women as an art.

Bloodsucking Freaks   Offscreen 2013 minilogo reviews horror comedy Sardu (Seamus O’Brien) and his dwarf assistant Ralphus (Luis De Jesus) run an off-off-Broadway show that appears to be in the Le Théâtre du Grand-Guignol tradition mixed with a sex show, but is different in one important fashion: it’s real. Yes, essentially, Sardu and his crew mutilates and / or kills naked women on stage to entertain jaded New Yorkers who assume it’s fake … or wish it wasn’t? Regardless, Sardu has delusions of grandeur and believes that he’s more than a simple pornographer / slaver / murderer … that’s not that simple, is it? … and wishes to create the great American sadistic erotic ballet…


Burke And Hare

Thursday, May 12th, 2011 by Coventry -

Burke And Hare   burke and hare 80x120 thriller reviews reviews comedy Director: John Landis
Piers Ashworth and Nick Moorcroft
Release year:

Burke And Hare   BIFFF 2011 minilogo thriller reviews reviews comedy Killing and body snatching with a sardonic smile!

In Nineteenth Century Edinburgh, the medical society is making great improvements. But they’re also in desperate need for fresh cadavers to study on. Even grave robbers Burke and Hare find themselves at a shortage of bodies when the demand rises, and they decide to try other ways to get their hands on fresh, dead bodies.


El Dia de la Bestia

Friday, June 27th, 2008 by J. Luis Rivera -

El Dia de la Bestia   eldiadelabestia 75x120 reviews horror Director: Alex de la Iglesia
Writers: Jorge Guerricaechevarría and Alex de la Iglesia
Release Year: 1995
English title: The Day Of The Beast

An acid comedy for Christmas!

Just as it happened in the film industries of many European countries, the horror genre in Spain had a slow and difficult development until the 60s, when people like Narciso Ibanez Serrador and Amando de Ossorio added a Spaniard flavor to the Eurohorror of those years. However, Spaniard horror lost steam as the 70s ended and by the 80s it was again in a deep slumber in which only cult figures like Jess Franco and Paul Naschy kept truly working within the genre. Fortunately, the 90s brought an entirely new generation of young filmmakers who, having grown up with the films of that golden age, started to create a new series of horror films for the modern reality of Spain.


Harry un ami qui vous veut du bien

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 by Vomitron -

Harry un ami qui vous veut du bien   Harry posterCR 83x120 thriller reviews reviews horror drama comedy Director: Dominik Moll
Dominik Moll and Gilles Marchand (poem “Un poignard en peau de nuit” by Francis Villain)
Release year:

Never trust a helping hand

This film had been on my to-see list ever since it came out. I can gladly say that it perfectly fulfilled my expectations. The only advice I can give, is to not expect to be overwhelmed by the time the film ends. Though things get pretty demented at times, the ways of this film are strangely subtle & sinisterly humorous. If you’ve enjoyed Michael Haneke‘s Funny Games (1997), then you should not hesitate to see this French film too.


Motel Hell

Monday, February 24th, 2014 by C. John Archer -

Motel Hell   Motel Hell 1980 vhs 69x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Kevin Connor
Writers: Robert Jaffe and Steven-Charles Jaffe
Release year: 1980

Man’s gotta eat… But I’m not hungry right now.

The distinctive taste of Farmer Vincent’s (Rory Calhoun) prime meats is renowned in the farmer’s rural area. People come from far and wide to sample his uniquely delicious meat treats. The only real question is why is there rarely anyone staying in his nearby motel?


No Right Turn

Thursday, February 18th, 2010 by Vomitron -

No Right Turn   NRT dvd coverCR 82x120 thriller reviews romance reviews fantasy drama comedy Director: David Noel Bourke
David Noel Bourke
Release year:

Heads or Tails

Johnny (Tao Hildebrand) and Nina (Laura Bach) are quite the happily married couple. He’s a smalltime drug dealer with an unhealthy addiction to the goods. She’s a former-prostitute turned actress. Or so she told him. Johnny has big dreams of his own. Nina has plans of her own too. This can’t go right, can it?



Thursday, February 19th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

Postal   postal movie poster1 81x120 reviews comedy action Director:Uwe Boll
Writer:Uwe Boll and Bryan C. Knight
Release Year2007

Bring out the monkeys!

Postal Dude (Zack Ward) needs money to support his horribly wife ‘Bitch’ (Jodie Stewart) and so teams up with his uncle Dave (Dave Foley) and his cult to steal a bunch of Krotchy dolls before the Taliban can. Yeah.