Basilisk: The Serpent King

Thursday, May 26th, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant -

Basilisk: The Serpent King   Basilisk The Serpent King poster 80x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Stephen Furst
: Wil McCarthy & Chase Parker
Release Year
: 2006

Stoned snake.

Archeologist Dr. Harry McColl (Jeremy London) and his team Rudy (Griff Furst) and Sierra (Sarah Skeeters) dig up a rockfall and find a bunch of statues – including a basilisk statue – as well as a golden rod with a jewel on top. Back in the states, Harry meets new faculty Rachel Donegal (Wendy Carter) right before he attends the opening of the exhibit of the dig finds. The opening is emceed by Professor Carlton (Stephen Furst) and attended by benefactors Brock (Doug Dearth) and Hannah (Yancy Butler), but is not particularly successful when the basilisk suddenly returns to life and attacks.



Monday, March 30th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

Dinocroc   dinocroc poster 1 84x120 sci fi reviews horror

Director: Kevin O’Neill
Writer: Dan Acre, Frances Doel & John Huckert
Release Year: 2004

Jurassic Crock!

A monster escapes from a biology lab and it’s up to a b-movie cast to stop it. The monster – and I hope you’ll forgive my horrible spoilers here – is part dinosaur and part crocodile. Yeah….


It Waits

Saturday, September 20th, 2008 by Vomitron and Perfesser Deviant -

It Waits   it waits 86x120 reviews horror Director: Steven R. Monroe
: Richard Christian Matheson, Thomas E. Szollosi, and Stephen J. Cannell
Release Year
: 2005
Review by Vomitron & Perfesser Deviant

Yet another reason to avoid ancient Indian burial grounds.

Danielle (Cerina Vincent), a young woman wracked with guilt, takes a job as a forest (power) ranger deep in the mountains. Unfortunately, there is something really mean out there which takes a strong dislike to her….



Monday, February 23rd, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

Man Thing   man thing1 81x120 reviews horror DirectorBrett Leonard
WriterHans Rodionoff based on a character by Steve Gerber
Release Year2005

Keep your man-thing to yourself please, there are ladies present.

Oil tycoon Frederic Schist (Jack Thompson) has opened an oil platform in some sacred Indian swamp and people have begun disappearing, including the sheriff. The new sheriff, Kyle Williams (Matthew Le Nevez) and school teacher / environmental protester Teri Elizabeth Richards (Rachael Taylor) try to stop it, despite all the victims being standard-issue rednecks. Killing rednecks is a public service, and I resent anyone trying to slow or halt this necessary work….



Thursday, March 5th, 2015 by Coventry -

Nymph   Nymph poster 01 80x120 reviews horror fantasy Director: Milan Todorovic
Writer: Marko Backovic, Barry Keating and Milan Konjevic
Release Year: 2014
Original Serbian Title: ‘Mamula’

Nymph   BIFFF 2014 mini logo1 reviews horror fantasy …Of Mermaids and abandoned Nazi islands.

Two American girls embark on a joyful vacation to Montenegro, where they meet their former university buddy and bona fide playboy Alex. They head out to Mamula, a former prison island and Nazi concentration camp that nowadays apparently homes a totally different type of horrendous evil.


One Eyed Monster

Sunday, May 17th, 2009 by Vomitron -

One Eyed Monster   oneeyedmonster poster01 79x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Adam Fields
Writers: Adam Fields, Jordan Fields and Scott Fields
Releas year: 2008

About yellow snow and a pink alien

One Eyed Monster   bifff2009 minilogo reviews horror comedy A group of filmmakers set out to some remote cabins in the mountains to shoot an adult movie. Their shooting schedule will soon be seriously disrupted when they find themselves under attack by an alien entity, in the form of… Ron Jeremy‘s detached penis.


Robot Monster

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

Robot Monster   robot monster poster 87x120 sci fi reviews horror fantasy Director: Phil Tucker
Writer: Wyott Ordung
Release Year: 1953

At what point on the graph do ‘must’ and ‘cannot’ meet?

Robot Monster   Cheezy Drive In mini logo sci fi reviews horror fantasy Little Johnny (Gregory Moffett) and his ‘family’ have to battle with one of the least convincing alien invaders of all time … the ROBOT MONSTER! The ROBOT MONSTER! invades the Earth and destroys almost all life with his CALCINATOR DEATH RAY! – which uses stock footage of fighting dinosaurs from One Million B.C. among others – leaving only Johnny and his family as well as some off-camera people who die later in another stock footage extravaganza. This collection of people are humanity’s last hope to avoid extinction, but really if that’s the best Earth has to look forward to they might as well just up and die…..



Saturday, February 9th, 2013 by Vomitron -

Spasms   spasms poster 01 72x120 reviews horror Director: William Fruet
Don Enright and William Fruet, based on the novel by Michael Maryk and Brent Monahan
Release Year:

The Rise and Fall of a Giant Pyrokinetic Demon Snake

Wealthy huntsman Jason Kincaid (Oliver Reed) once had an encounter with an exotic demon snake creature. He survived the ordeal. As if the beast frequently haunting his feverish nightmares isn’t enough of an everlasting suffering, the actual demon serpent is now on its way to Kincaid’s hometown. Soon, not only a university endorsed psychology professor but also a snake-worshipping cult and celebrated TV-actress Kerrie Keane will take an interest in the oversized demonic critter. What on earth is this movie about?



Monday, May 19th, 2008 by Vomitron -

Spookies   spookies dvd smallcr shock endings Director, writer: Genie Joseph, Thomas Doran
Release year: 1987

Oh, how I love the 80’s… Well, at least when it comes to cheesy horror movies. And SPOOKIES, although mildly atmospheric and effectively creepy at some moments, is a prime example of how crazy an 80’s horror movie could get.



Swamp Thing

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

Swamp Thing   swamp thing dvdCR 83x119 sci fi reviews horror action Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Wes Craven based on a comic book by Len Wein & Bernie Wrightson
Release Year: 1982

It’s a thing, from the swamp…

Government chick Alice Cable (Adrienne Barbeau) is assigned to protect research scientist Dr. Alec Holland (Ray Wise) and his sister Dr. Linda Holland (Nannette Brown) and their plant research from the evil Dr. Anton Arcane (Louis Jourdan). Dr. Arcane – what a stupid name – want this research because … I guess … he’s evil, and evil guys need plant research. When Ferret (David Hess) and his mercenaries screw up the snatch of the research, Dr. Alec Holland gets turned into a monstrous thing of the swamp called SWAMP THING!!!!